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More than 180 workers at this Toronto bakery got COVID-19 — but the public wasn’t informed. Why aren’t we being told about workplace outbreaks?
Ontario optometrists are redirecting patients to ERs to protest underfunding. The strategy is costing the province $250,000 a day
Trump abruptly escorted from briefing after shooting near WH
Black people more likely to be arrested, charged, shot and killed by Toronto police, Ontario Human Rights Commission finds
‘It was a slaughter’: At sentencing for Mississauga restaurant murder, judge asks why Canada hasn’t eradicated ‘plague’ of illegal guns
Back to school guide (Parent Edition)
The Star’s Queen’s Park Bureau reporter Kristin Rushowy joins Saba Eitizaz to try to answer some of the most burning questions that parents have about how to navigate a back to school season while still battling a public health crisis.
Today’s coronavirus news: NHL reports no positive tests in first two weeks in Edmonton, Toronto; Global COVID-19 cases expected to hit 20 million this week
Ontario ends weeklong streak of COVID-19 cases below 100
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Justin Trudeau‘s team-management skills keep getting him into trouble
‘It breaks my heart to think of children not having hope’: Readers look to turn outrage into action over Jane and Finch double-cross
The Buffalo Blue Jays are in business — with lights borrowed from baseball’s ‘Field of Dreams’
New income support system must go beyond tinkering with EI
Peel officers admit to neglect of duty over botched investigation into second of three murders in same Mississauga home
Canadian pranksters Nelk have millions of young followers. Their ‘dangerous’ decision to party during the pandemic is good for business
Nelk’s actions during the COVID-19 pandemic — organizing packed “brotests” to push California to open its gyms, crowded partying and constant travel within the U.S. — are being criticized by fans who want them to set a better example.
The pandemic shut down Toronto but not this soup kitchen that feeds the hungry. Now, the charity needs help
This 28-year-old hospitality worker makes $35,000. He’s never had a credit card and says he’s clueless about money management. How can he save enough to move abroad?
WATCH: Raccoon climbs Toronto construction crane at Adelaide and Peter
Toronto Zoo extends hours for rare blooming of pungent ‘Vincent Van Gross’ corpse flower
Four years ago, Toronto had 483 children living in its homeless shelters. This year there were more than a thousand. Then COVID hit
Windsor-Essex will move into Stage 3 of reopening on Wednesday, Premier Doug Ford says
Can researchers find a way to run 10,000 COVID-19 tests at once? A team in Toronto is trying
On CERB and concerned about the move to EI next month? Here’s what we know so far
Planning on getting a COVID-19 test before that cottage weekend or backyard wedding? What you need to know
‘I was worried I’d end up bald.’ Survivors alarmed by latest fallout of COVID-19 — their hair
The lives they lived: Remembering the Canadians lost to COVID-19
Canada’s decision to halt passport services during pandemic violated charter, court challenge alleges
What if my visa expires during COVID-19? Where can I find a babysitter that speaks my language? New tech platform hopes to bridge the gap for Canadian immigrants
From Jordan to Morden: Iraqi family thrilled to be in Manitoba under new program to resettle skilled refugees
Meet the army of hornet hunters that’s trying to stop the invasion of the murder hornets
A love letter to the city of my birth, Beirut
Federal back-to-school guidelines urge phased-in return to classes, face shields for teachers
Which companies are benefiting from Ottawa’s multi-billion-dollar wage subsidy program? The government won’t say — yet
Insiders say Justin Trudeau doesn’t want an election. He wants to seize the moment and push through bold change
Emma Teitel: Bravado and bluster don’t cut it. Doug Ford needs to listen to parents and fix his government’s back-to-school plan
Health officials are quitting or getting fired amid outbreak
A review by the Kaiser Health News service and The Associated Press finds at least 49 state and local public health leaders have resigned, retired or been fired since April across 23 states.