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Two people have been charged after about $1.27-million worth of suspected cocaine was seized at Toronto Pearson International Airport last month.

"That was the longest time I've ever been able to enjoy my actual home (in Philadelphia), my family, my friends. But it was different. Times were different."

The organizers of the Toronto Waterfront Marathon say the race scheduled for Oct. 18 has been cancelled due to “COVID-19 related health and safety concerns.”

Amber Johnson is described as weighing about 160 pounds and stands five-foot-11. She has an average build and short brown hair.

A young girl suffered burns after stepping on what appears to be small pieces of hot coal at Woodbine Beach on Sunday.

Ontario also extended the province's state of emergency on Monday until July 24.

Toronto’s top doctor said Monday that plans are in development to eventually take Toronto to Stage 3 of reopening, but stressed that people need to remain cautious as new freedoms are granted.


A military report claims that at some Ontario long-term care homes there were bug infestations, old food trays stacked inside resident rooms and that patients were observed “crying for help with staff not responding.”

HAPPENING NOW: Thousands of teachers surround Queen's Park Circle protesting the Ford government during a provincewide strike. More details here:

"It absolutely terrifies me to think of the prospect of any sort of easing of restrictions."

BlackBerry Ltd. says its researchers have uncovered how China-backed hackers have been able to extract data from many of the world's servers for a decade -- largely without being noticed by cyber security.

"Six agents on duty, zero screening, no masks, no sanitizer in site."

ICYMI: A map showing the startling contrast between Canada and the United States in the fight against COVID-19 has an infectious disease expert "terrified" at the thought of reopening the border.

About 40 activists boarded a TTC subway car at Dundas Station without masks on, saying cities should not be making their use mandatory.