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Man who hated women sentenced to life for trying to kill mom, baby in Sudbury, Ont.

An Ontario man who tried to kill a baby and her mother out of hatred for women was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday, with a judge calling his crime "an attempt to terrorize a community.

Virtual housing affordability summit postponed so governments can tackle Omicron

TORONTO — The Ontario government has postponed a virtual summit on housing affordability due to the Omicron variant of COVID-19. The summit was to be held Thursday, with Premier Doug Ford, Housing Minister Steve Clark and numerous mayors.
'We are in for the long haul': Canadians experience pandemic fatigue amid fourth wave

'We are in for the long haul': Canadians experience pandemic fatigue amid fourth wave

Ever since the Omicron variant surfaced in Canada, Carissa Ainslie has been constantly on the hunt for the latest COVID-19 updates. "It's definitely dampened my spirit," the downtown Toronto resident said.
Case of man accused of killing Muslim family in London, Ont., adjourned to February

Case of man accused of killing Muslim family in London, Ont., adjourned to February

LONDON, Ont. — The case of a man facing terror-related murder charges in the deaths of four members of a Muslim family has been adjourned to February. Nathaniel Veltman is accused of deliberately hitting the family with his truck in London, Ont.
Ford to make booster announcement as Ontario top doc says new Omicron approach needed

Ford to make booster announcement as Ontario top doc says new Omicron approach needed

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford is expected to make an announcement Wednesday on COVID-19 booster doses, as the province's top doctor urges new provincial measures to deal with the Omicron variant. Dr.

Fire that killed 4 in Oshawa was started by child; no charges laid: police

OSHAWA, Ont. — Police east of Toronto say a fire that killed four people in Oshawa, Ont., earlier this year was started by a child under 12 years old.
Testing, visitor vaccination rules among new policies for Ontario long-term care

Testing, visitor vaccination rules among new policies for Ontario long-term care

TORONTO — Ontario is ramping up COVID-19 testing in long-term care homes and tightening restrictions on visitors and resident activities in an attempt to guard against the Omicron variant.
Board proposes framework to increase housing options, affordability in Ontario

Board proposes framework to increase housing options, affordability in Ontario

TORONTO — The Toronto Region Board of Trade is calling on the provincial government to implement a framework that will increase density and housing options across Ontario.

Ontario to accept 100 immigrants after each invests $200,000 in local companies

TORONTO — Ontario is planning to accept 100 immigrants in the next two years under a program allowing foreign entrepreneurs to apply for immigration to the province after they invest a minimum of $200,000 in its economy.
Marineland charged for using dolphins and whales in shows: police

Marineland charged for using dolphins and whales in shows: police

Marineland has been charged for allegedly using dolphins and whales for entertainment purposes, an accusation the tourist attraction in southern Ontario denies.