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Premier Doug Ford will make multiple public appearances at businesses today to thank Ontario workers for their service during the pandemic.

- Gabby Rodrigues

The new bylaw on wearing masks indoors in Peel and Durham regions officially came into effect on Friday, July 10.

Laura Keogh of the Sweet Potato Chronicles shows us some creative ways to use your favourite berries.

Police allege the officer claimed he was the beneficiary of a person who died while under the care of the province's Public Guardian and Trustee.

Family and friends of Maria De Simone are devastated after the mother of two was fatally struck by a vehicle on Thursday while on a lunch break. Erica Vella reports.

Baseball's sounds of summer jolted an eerily quiet Rogers Centre on Thursday night as the Toronto Blue Jays played an intrasquad game at training camp in preparation for a regular season that's only two weeks away.

- Nick Westoll

The large grass fire forced a brief closure of Highway 407 near Highway 410 Thursday evening.

- Melanie Zettler

A Ghanaian-Canadian clothing designer has re-opened her brick-and-mortar shop offering African-inspired fashion. In our latest installment of “Small Business, Neighbourhood Gem,” Melanie Zettler visits Kaela Kay before its reopening.

- Caryn Lieberman

"It's important that no matter what the intention of the organizers that those who joined with this hateful speech are held to account."

- Alan Carter

Global News at 5:30 on Global Toronto for Jul 9. Hosted by Alan Carter and Farah Nasser.

Toronto Sun News

- Antonella Artuso

Racialized and special needs students are being hurt by Grade 9 streaming and school suspensions, Premier Doug Ford says. The Ford government announced its education equity strategy Thursday, which calls for a near ban on suspension of students in kindergarten to Grade 3, and the phase out of high school streaming. “It’s unfair and it’s […]

- Kevin Connor

A female pedestrian and a male driver are dead after a vehicle drove off an upper-level parking structure in Vaughan on Thursday afternoon. Police were called around 1:20 p.m. to a commercial parking lot at 9131 Keele St., south of Rutherford Rd., in Vaughan. Cops say an Audi SUV with two occupants struck a woman then […]

- Sue-Ann Levy

A human rights complaint has been filed against Foodbenders claiming owner Kimberly Hawkins discriminated against all Jews when she publicly stated her refusal to serve Zionists in her store. The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal complaint, brought forward on behalf of GTA resident 86-year-old Elena Aschkenasi, claims attacking Zionists is a “thinly veiled euphemism for anti-Semitic […]

- Steve Buffery

Baseball is known for its amazing streaks, perhaps none more impressive than Joe DiMaggio’s hit streak of 56 consecutive games. But now a couple of proud local baseball streaks have come to a sad ending. The Intercounty Baseball League began in 1919 and has played every year. This year, however, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, […]

- Postmedia News

WATCH ABOVE  as Ryan Wolstat talks about what’s ahead for the Toronto Blue Jays. What do YOU think? Tweet and Facebook us! And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel. 

- Rob Longley

Depending on the season, depending on the standings, there’s a reasonable chance that a crowd of 30,000 would have been at the Rogers Centre on Thursday night to watch the Blue Jays in action. Instead, the team’s first intrasquad game of summer camp was played before a socially distanced press row populated by 25 observers, […]

- Ling Hui

Dear Amy: I have been in a relationship with a man for 10 years. He is 71 and lives in another state (50 miles away), and I am 70. I am divorced and he has never been married. We both own our homes. When I had a job in another state, I would come home […]

- Spiro Papuckoski

Gary Varvel

- Terry Koshan

Greg Moore’s summation of Hudson Elynuik as it pertained to hockey was rather uncomplicated. Moore took over as coach of the Toronto Marlies on Dec. 1 after Sheldon Keefe was promoted to the Maple Leafs in November, and by the time the American Hockey League was put on pause in March because of the coronavirus […]

- Michael Traikos

The list of names was as long as it was impressive. Mitch Marner. Patrik Laine. Mikko Rantanen. Matthew Tkachuk. Brayden Point. Charlie McAvoy. Sebastian Aho. Kyle Connor. One year ago, all of them were coming off their entry-level contracts at exactly the same time, culminating in what became a watershed moment for restricted free agents. […]

CTV News Toronto

Toronto District School Board trustees are asking for the province to reconsider its back-to-school plan, which they say will leave many families to choose between educating their children and their jobs.

A 42-year-old mother was on her lunch break at work when she was struck and killed by a vehicle that crashed through a concrete barrier and drove off a second-storey parking lot in Vaughan, Ont.

Mayor John Tory says putting a stop to late-night partying at city beaches is necessary to ensure that Toronto can advance to Stage 3 of the province's reopening plan.

Amid calls to defund the police in protests sparked by the May killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, an analysis of 18 of Canada's largest cities, regions and provincial capitals found more than half allocate at least 15 per cent of their operating budget to police, with cities in Western Canada budgeting 20 per cent or more.

Police say a man who drowned at an Ontario Place marina overnight reportedly dropped his phone into the lake and went into the water to retrieve it.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday that his government’s plan to phase out Grade 9 academic streaming will start next fall with a new math course.

A Toronto resident who says he was “aghast” at the sight of two employees not wearing masks at a hardware store appears to have uncovered a loophole in the city’s new face covering bylaw.

Families in west-end neighbourhoods of Toronto are surveying damage and cleaning up after a powerful storm flooded basements and downed large trees.

Residents, staff and families of a Richmond Hill, Ont. nursing home are crediting the facility's ability to stay COVID-19 free with the CEO's early adoption of many safety measures.

The Toronto Raptors' buses arrived at the Disney campus specially wrapped for the occasion, with the team logo and the words "Black Lives Matter" displayed on the sides.

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