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University vaccine mandates mean some students being barred from campus

University vaccine mandates mean some students being barred from campus

TORONTO — Several universities in Ontario are moving to bar unvaccinated students from campus as their mandatory vaccination policies take full effect.

Woman, 40, charged in crash that killed teen girl in east-end Toronto

TORONTO — An Oshawa, Ont., woman is facing charges after a crash in east Toronto that killed a teen girl earlier this week.

Toronto police identify the city's latest homicide victim

Toronto police have identified the city's latest homicide victim. They say 37-year-old Nikie Timm of Toronto was gunned down early Thursday morning.
Ontario Hospital Association recommends mandatory staff COVID shots in letter to Ford

Ontario Hospital Association recommends mandatory staff COVID shots in letter to Ford

TORONTO — An organization representing Ontario hospitals wants the provincial government to mandate COVID-19 vaccination for health-care workers, saying current policies don't go far enough.

Toronto Police Service reveals details of mandatory vaccine policy

TORONTO — The Toronto Police Service says it will place employees who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 on an "indefinite unpaid absence" starting at the end of next month.

Man charged after allegedly following women on Western University campus

LONDON, Ont. — Police have charged a man with criminal harassment after he allegedly followed several young women on Western University's campus in London, Ont.
Ontario to make it easier for immigrants to work in their professions

Ontario to make it easier for immigrants to work in their professions

TORONTO — Ontario is set to introduce legislation that would make it easier for immigrants to get licensed to work in professions that match their areas of expertise.

Four charged in alleged identity theft, fraud operation: Toronto police

Toronto police say they have charged four people allegedly involved in an "organized hierarchy" committing identity theft and fraud worth millions of dollars.
Queen's student association to review history of misogynistic signs at homecoming

Queen's student association to review history of misogynistic signs at homecoming

The association representing undergraduate students at Queen's University will conduct a review of the history of misogynistic signs at the school's homecoming parties after several appeared at rowdy gatherings over the weekend, the group said Wednes

Toronto launching info campaign for parents ahead of child COVID-19 vaccinations

Toronto Public Health is rolling out resources to help parents of young children prepare for the approval of COVID-19 shots.