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Campbell shuts the door as Maple Leafs pick up much-needed victory over Flames

TORONTO — Jack Campbell made 31 saves to record his second shutout of the season as the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Calgary Flames 2-0 on Saturday night.

Allowing more people to eat indoors could spur super-spreader events, doctor warns

TORONTO — As pandemic restrictions loosened for restaurants in several Ontario regions Saturday, at least one infectious disease expert warned that allowing more people to dine indoors amid the COVID-19 pandemic's third wave could lead to so-called s
Quebec reports 775 new COVID-19 cases, seven deaths, 41,000 more vaccinations

Quebec reports 775 new COVID-19 cases, seven deaths, 41,000 more vaccinations

MONTREAL — Quebec set a new daily high for vaccinations as ities reported 775 new COVID-19 infections and seven more deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus on Saturday.
Toronto FC resumes full training after being sidelined by COVID-19 outbreak

Toronto FC resumes full training after being sidelined by COVID-19 outbreak

Toronto FC has resumed full training after an outbreak of COVID-19 that sent players and staff 凯发真人娱乐官方网站home to self-isolate. The MLS club had nine positive cases, according to figures released by the city of Toronto.
Mark Giordano leads the way as Flames down Maple Leafs 4-3

Mark Giordano leads the way as Flames down Maple Leafs 4-3

TORONTO — Mark Giordano couldn't decide what was more satisfying — his goal or the workmanlike performance he spearheaded in the defensive zone. All that mattered to Calgary's captain was the end result.
Woodbine CEO sends letter to city of Toronto asking for their support to allow racing

Woodbine CEO sends letter to city of Toronto asking for their support to allow racing

TORONTO — Woodbine Entertainment is lobbying Toronto Mayor John Tory and the city's medical officer of health for assistance in allowing horse racing to go as scheduled during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ontario vax appointments open to residents 75+ on Monday, pharmacy program expanding

Ontario vax appointments open to residents 75+ on Monday, pharmacy program expanding

TORONTO — Ontario is expanding its COVID-19 immunization campaign next week to include residents aged 75 and older, while making the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine available to anyone over 60 in some regions.

Million-dollar OPG execs top Ontario's 'Sunshine List'

TORONTO — Two executives with Ontario's giant power utility who made more than $1 million last year topped the province's highest-paid public-sector workers, according to the annual "sunshine list" released Friday.
Megan Park's 'The Fallout' among Canadian winners at South by Southwest

Megan Park's 'The Fallout' among Canadian winners at South by Southwest

TORONTO — Writer-director Megan Park is among several Canadian winners at the South by Southwest film festival.
Who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine in Ontario and how can they book a shot?

Who is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine in Ontario and how can they book a shot?

Ontario is expanding its COVID-19 vaccine effort to more age groups on Monday. Here are the key details: What is changing? Starting Monday, residents aged 75 and older can schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment through the provincial booking portal.
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