Public health advocates are launching a charter challenge against a new Ontario law that requires hospitals to charge elderly patients $400 per day if they refuse to move to a long-term care home against their will.
The federal government has hired two consultants to examine ways to improve passenger rail service in southwestern Ontario after years of pandemic fears of close contact with strangers torpedoed ridership to a crisis levels.
City Council approved spending nearly $840,000 to replace one of the city’s aging fire engines with a newer model officials say will meet emissions standards and better serve the growing city. Currently,
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Rescuers pulled a third body out of the Cucamonga wash in Ontario on Wednesday morning, Nov. 16, and later announced that they had completed their search for victims of the Nov. 8 storm. The recovery happened at 6:45 a.
Santa Claus Parade is planned for Nov. 27 in Saskatoon. Starting at 1 p.m. on 19th Street East and Avenue A South, the parade will march through the downtown area, turning left on 3rd Avenue south, right on 20th Street East and left again on 22 Street East.
Winter-like weather has set up shop in southern Ontario with rounds of snow and chilly temperatures. A winter weather travel advisory issued Tuesday remains in effect for London and parts of the region Wednesday.
Canyon Country Canyon at College of Canyons, 7 p.m. Antelope Valley at Littlerock, 7 p.m. Highland at Knight, 7 p.m. Lancaster at Eastside, 7 p.m. Nuview Bridge at St. Jeanne de Lestonnac, 3 p.m. Temecula Prep vs.
Colony was flagged 16 times for 170 yards, but the Titans just kept moving forward and cruised to a 35-3 victory over Alta Loma. “That’s not really who we are,” Colony coach Brian Zavala said about the high count.
Here is the Week 2 high school football scoreboard for games involving Inland teams. Corona at Arlington, 7:30 p.m. California Military Institute at Western Christian, 6:30 p.m. Mater Dei at Centennial,
Three second-half defensive touchdowns blew open a close game and San Gorgonio routed Ontario 52-27 Thursday night in a nonleague game at Ontario High School. “We didn’t have any 7-on-7 because we didn’t have grades and we didn’t really start until June,
Village Christian at Glendale College (Glendale), 7 p.m. Carson at North Torrance, 7 p.m. Fairfax at Long Beach Jordan, 7 p.m. Gardena at Compton Centennial, 6 p.m. Lakeside at San Fernando, 7 p.m. Los Angeles Marshall at South Pasadena,