A man who allegedly beat a woman forcibly stole a purse in Greektown wanted by police

A man who allegedly beat a woman forcibly stole a purse in Greektown wanted by police

TORONTO – Toronto police are asking the public for help in identifying a man who, they say, beat up a woman and stole her wallet earlier this week in the city’s Greektown neighborhood. It took place on Tuesday at about 12:50 pm near Danforth Avenue and Bowden Street. At the time, police claim a man … Read more

Environment Canada issues a warning of freezing rain for parts of Ontario

Environment Canada issues a warning of freezing rain for parts of Ontario

The Associated Press Published on Wednesday, November 17, 2021 7:07 AM EST Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 November 2021 07:07 EST TORONTO – Environment Canada has issued warnings of freezing rain and special weather statements for parts of Ontario. The freezing rain warnings are for five regions extending from the Timmins area to Barry’s Bay, … Read more

A man dies after being hit by a vehicle on a DVP

A man dies after being hit by a vehicle on a DVP

TORONTO – A man died after being hit by a vehicle on the Don Valley Parkway on Friday night. Toronto police say they were called to the DVP near Dundas Street East shortly after 8:30 p.m. for a man walking on his left shoulder. At some point, the man was likely hit by a vehicle … Read more

Broccoli and Seasonal Mix micro-greens revoked in Ontario due to possible Salmonella

Broccoli and Seasonal Mix micro-greens revoked in Ontario due to possible Salmonella

TORONTO – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says a recall has been ordered for two types of micro-greens distributed in Ontario by Broadwood Farm due to possible Salmonella contamination. The broccoli micro-greens were sold in 75g packages, and the seasonal mixed micro-greens were sold in 100g packages. Both have best before dates of November 13, … Read more

Ontario has yet to change course on reopening plans despite COVID case blast, says health minister

Ontario has yet to change course on reopening plans despite COVID case blast, says health minister

Ontario’s health minister says the government is not changing direction on its reopening plan despite a recent rise in COVID-19 infections. Health Minister Christine Elliott says swelling has been predicted in cases during the colder weather when people move indoors, and that has been taken into account in the province’s plans. Experts told The Canadian … Read more