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Exact details of the public health restrictions that will take effect under the next stage of Ontario’s reopening plan are in the works, the health minister said Wednesday as municipal leaders called for clarity on the rules.
Ban on flavoured vape juice, nicotine limits will push smokers back to cigarettes.
Toronto’s decision to issue hundreds of tickets to people found using closed park amenities in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic was “generally unfair” given the “fragmented” and “confusing” messaging around what was and wasn’t allowed, a new report from the city’s ombudsman has found.
In a city that lacks housing supply and faces an affordability crisis, finding a viable solution to remedy the growing problem is critical for Toronto’s success and future growth. The City of Toronto has proposed to tackle this problem, which primarily impacts low and moderate-income households, by introducing an Inclusionary Zoning (IZ) policy.
From now on, only music by Quebec artists will be played in provincial government buildings and on phone lines, with particular emphasis on French-language performers. The announcement came on Sunday from Quebec Culture Minister Nathalie Roy.
Toronto Police Const. Jason Boag who got into an altercation with a man after being sent to the wrong address for a domestic call has been acquitted of assault causing bodily harm.
Tens of thousands of people relying on Ontario’s small claims court to settle disputes have been largely out of luck for over a year, as the court has suspended much of its operations despite other courts and tribunals operating remotely.
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