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Another man pleads guilty in mass forgery of Norval Morrisseau's artworks

Another man pleads guilty in mass forgery of Norval Morrisseau's artworks

A key player in a massive art fraud scheme oversaw an "assembly line"-like production of fake Norval Morrisseau paintings, court heard Tuesday, as the Thunder Bay, Ont., man pleaded guilty to two charges.
Friday deadline looms for possible Toronto Transit Commission strike

Friday deadline looms for possible Toronto Transit Commission strike

TORONTO — Toronto transit workers are headed for a strike Friday unless negotiations on key contract issues change drastically, their union president said Wednesday, while the transit agency said it remains optimistic a deal can be worked out.
McMaster Children's Hospital halts tonsil and adenoid surgeries after deaths

McMaster Children's Hospital halts tonsil and adenoid surgeries after deaths

HAMILTON — McMaster Children's Hospital has halted tonsil and adenoid surgeries after two children died following the procedures. A statement issued Wednesday by Hamilton Health Sciences says both children died after being discharged from hospital.
More than 70,000 kids in Ontario seeking publicly funded autism supports

More than 70,000 kids in Ontario seeking publicly funded autism supports

TORONTO — More than 70,000 children are seeking support through the Ontario Autism Program, but fewer than 15,000 of them are getting funding for core therapies, the province's Financial Accountability Office said in a report Wednesday.
Mother charged with negligence in death of abandoned child: Kingston police

Mother charged with negligence in death of abandoned child: Kingston police

KINGSTON, ONTARIO — Police in Kingston, Ont., say a 32-year-old mother is facing numerous charges after two children were abandoned in an apartment and one of them died.
Grassy Narrows First Nation sues Ontario, Canada over mercury contamination

Grassy Narrows First Nation sues Ontario, Canada over mercury contamination

TORONTO — A northern Ontario First Nation that has been plagued by mercury poisoning for decades said Tuesday it is suing the governments of Ontario and Canada over mercury contamination in a river system that flows through its territory.
Teen girl pleads guilty to assault in death of homeless Toronto man

Teen girl pleads guilty to assault in death of homeless Toronto man

TORONTO — A teen girl charged in the death of a homeless man in downtown Toronto pleaded guilty Tuesday to assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon.
Mom of teen who died at eastern Ontario school urges all to hold their kids tight

Mom of teen who died at eastern Ontario school urges all to hold their kids tight

TORONTO — Brenda Davis and her 16-year-old son used to pick wildflowers together. Now, she picks them alone to leave at his grave every morning.
University of Waterloo stabber pleads guilty to multiple charges in June 2023 attack

University of Waterloo stabber pleads guilty to multiple charges in June 2023 attack

A man accused of stabbing a professor and two students in a University of Waterloo gender studies class carried out his attack because he believed post-secondary institutions were "forcing ideology" on people, court documents show, as he pleaded guil
University of Toronto graduation ceremonies continue amid protest on campus

University of Toronto graduation ceremonies continue amid protest on campus

TORONTO — More convocation ceremonies are scheduled for today at the University of Toronto after the first graduation event proceeded without interruption amid an ongoing pro-Palestinian protest on campus.