‘Chair girl’ to find out today if his sentence will relate to time in prison

TORONTO – A 20-year-old woman who threw a chair from a downtown Toronto balcony on a busy highway last year should know if she will serve in prison. Here are real-time updates from inside the courtroom. The previous story follows. Marcella Zoia said in the courtroom that she was “very sorry for her actions” last […]

The Ford government supports high school class sizes, e-learning in view of more teacher strikes

REGINA PARK – The progressive conservative government of Ontario is supporting its controversial class dimensions and mandatory e-learning policies in an attempt to break the stalemate with the province’s school unions. In a sudden announcement on Tuesday, Education Minister Stephen Lecce said the government would increase class sizes in Ontario high schools from the current […]

New case of COVID-19 confirmed in Toronto

TORONTO – Health officials from Ontario confirmed a new case of the coronavirus novel (COVID-19) in Toronto. On February 24, a 60-year-old woman showed up at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center emergency room with a travel history in Iran. “The patient was treated in hospital using all appropriate precautions, including being isolated while being tested […]