Today’s snow squalls are causing problems for drivers across the GTA, especially north of Toronto.
A 20-car pile-up took place on the 400 Highway near Barrie in the northbound lanes said Sgt. Kerry Schmidt.
The crash took place around noon, closing lanes along the northbound Highway 88 and Innisfil Beach Road. The lanes were reopened around 4 p.m.
Trudeau's public safety minister wants early release of prisoners due to coronavirus
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair has advised the federal prison service to consider early release for offenders in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus in prisons.
Calgary forced to lay-off 1,200 city employees due to coronavirus
The city of Calgary has laid off approximately 1,200 employees due to the economic halt caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
RCMP says people who claim to have coronavirus are threatening to cough on officers
The Mounties have collected multiple reports of this type of threat over the past several days.
China lifts ban on Canadian canola imports
China has lifted a ban on imports of Canadian canola that has been in place since May 2019, when $2 billion worth of trade was put to an abrupt stop.
Conservative Party demands Trudeau govt cancel carbon tax hike
In a statement released Tuesday, the Conservative Shadow Minister Pierre Poilievre called for the government to cancel the set 50 percent hike in the carbon tax.
Ford extends Ontario school closures until May 4
Doug Ford has announced in a press conference today that publicly funded schools will remain closed until May 4
Trudeau bailout will NOT support businesses who sell booze
Bars, lounges, cabarets, casinos, discotheques, video arcades, pool and billiard halls and similar operation have been excluded from the fund.
Montreal manufacturers modify production to make medical supplies
Several local manufactures have retooled their set-up in order to help meet the demand for medical supplies such as protective gear and hand sanitizer.
Trudeau announces $2 BILLION for medical equipment
Trudeau announced that an additional $2 billion would be spent on protective personal equipment for face shields, masks, swabs, and hand sanitizer.
Trudeau government wanted to POLICE online content
Trudeau's Department of Industry claimed in 2019 that self-regulation of the internet is inaccurate and told the House of Commons to police online content
Alberta announces $1.5 billion investment in Keystone XL pipeline
A $1.5 billion investment in Alberta’s Keystone XL pipeline has been announced by the provincial government.
GroceryHero offers free delivery for medical professionals amid pandemic
A new Toronto-based service called GroceryHero Canada has started up to match medical personnel with volunteers to provide grocery delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic.
QUEBEC: grocery stores to be closed on Sundays to give front-line workers a break
Quebec premier Francois Legault is ordering grocery stores and businesses to be closed on Sundays during the pandemic to give employees a break.
EXCLUSIVE: Doug Ford personally delivered 90,000 surgical masks to Ontarians in his truck
Ford personally drove his pickup truck to a warehouse on Sunday afternoon in order to pick up 90,000 masks that a company had donated to the province.