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Several international travellers arriving at Toronto's Pearson International Airport have refused to comply with a new rule requiring a three-day hotel quarantine, local police said Wednesday.

The Ontario government has unveiled a new tuition-free program for those looking to break into the province’s health and long-term care sectors.

As the vaccine rollout picks up, a sweeping new national survey is looking for more than half a million Canadians willing to provide information on any adverse events that occur after vaccination.

The federal taxpayers' watchdog says complaints to his office spiked in the hours after he went public with concerns about how the Canada Revenue Agency locked users out of their online accounts.

As a full-time pharmacy technician in a busy Toronto hospital, Tim MacFarlane has been on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19. But since February of last year, he’s also been living in his minivan.

One suspect is in custody following a double stabbing in Hamilton that left two females injured.

Ontario’s online portal where people from the general population can book their COVID-19 vaccine appointment will be launched on March 15, and will start by allowing people 80 and over to register first.

UPDATED: A 22-year-old man is in life-threatening condition after a shooting in Brampton overnight, Peel police say.

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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.”

The federal government is adding 13 new extremist groups, including the Proud Boys, to the Criminal Code list of terrorist entities, freezing their assets and opening up people who are affiliated with them to criminal sanctions.

JUST IN: Health Canada has authorized Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine, with the first doses expected to be delivered by Christmas.

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.

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."

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