Police officers also blocking highway from Quebec.
Baber has maintained strong anti-lockdown views throughout the pandemic. He was even booted out of the PC Caucus earlier this year after calling lockdown measures “deadlier than COVID”
Asian small business owner accuses Trinity Bellwoods Flea Market organizer of bullying and covert racism
Local artist and entrepreneur says Flea organizer doubled down on spelling mistake, attributing it to the ‘obscurity’ of her Vietnamese name
Have mask mandates gone too far when people are restricted access to their condo buildings without masks? A superior court judge in Burlington ruled that
If the Quarantine Act states that a person with a medical exemption has the right to not wear a mask in public places without proving
Let it go: Disney to close down Square One location in Mississauga after almost 30 years after reduced sales since the pandemic
As many small businesses have collapsed since the mandatory closures in Ontario, big businesses seem to suffer from the government’s response to the pandemic too.
People owe approximately $552 million in fines to the City of Toronto. As first reported by BlogTO, many people have outstanding fines across the city.
Fly me to the moon! Toronto-based writer Samuel Peralta is sending a time capsule of writing, artwork, music, and more from 1,200 international creatives to
Toronto united on March 20 to ‘Just Say No’ to masks, experimental vaccines and lockdowns
Toronto will soon have a new map that will feature 34 new neighbourhoods. The map will redefine certain neighbourhoods that have traditionally been clumped up
“Eileen de Villa claimed to be an occupant of my property … then hired the Toronto police service as a third party to come and enforce that act” INNterview with Adam Skelly, owner of Adamson BBQ, on Ontario lockdowns and $187,000 fine
The City of Toronto changed the locks of Adamson BBQ after Dr. de Villa, medical officer of health for the city, invoked section 22 to close the property and fined Skelly $187,000 for 200 police officers deployed for the action. She also stated that she had reasonable beliefs that a communicable disease was present on the property.
The Ford government plans to give permission by March 19 to a developer to destroy a protected wetland in Pickering and build a new giant
As the European Union takes the lead on vaccine passports — proof of vaccination documents — Canada’s chief science adviser is set to release a
Premier Doug Ford is under fire after accusing Indigenous NDP legislator Sol Mamakwa of “jumping the line” for the COVID-19 vaccine he received last month.
Khaleel Seivwright, a carpenter from Toronto, was building insulated homes for the homeless until the city issued a lawsuit and a permanent restraining order to stop him from building structures on city property
A campaign is calling on the government to do more to reduce wait times for mental health help
A new immersive light show is coming to Toronto, and it is expected to be the trippiest one, featuring dancing molecules. IAM: Dance of the
Canada uses 40-45 amplification cycles for PCR testing of the COVID-19 virus. According to Public Health Ontario, if the virus is detected between 38 and 40 cycles, it’s an “indeterminate or inconclusive result.”
The Toronto Raptors are now the most popular NBA team in Japan, besting the Golden State Warriors and even the LA Lakers, according to sales
On the whole, Canada’s tourism decline is ‘worse than September 11, SARS, and financial crisis combined.’