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Canada: Ontario gives green signal to Toronto, Peel Region to move to Stage 3 of Covid-19 recovery plan

Ottawa/IBNS:  With Ontario's fewest number of new cases since March 23,  and in consultation with its health officials and experts, Ontario administration gave a green signal this morning to Toronto and Peel Region to move into Stage 3 of Ontario's COVID-19 recovery plan this Friday, media reports said.

Toronto witnesses protest against Chinese communist regime

Toronto: A large number of people in Canadian city of Toronto recently  staged a protest against the Communist Chinese regime outside the Chinese consulate.

Canada: Toronto city council approves indoor non-medical masks to be mandatory

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto's city council has approved to make non-medical masks and face coverings mandatory in indoor public spaces to limit COVID-19 spread.

Toronto to virtually celebrate Canada Day on July 1st

Toronto/IBNS: The City of Toronto would be celebrating Canada Day on July 1 starting at 9 a.m. virtually with livestream shows throughout the day, including music performances, culinary showcases, comedy, dance, recognition of frontline workers and more, media reports said.

Canada: 6th International Day of Yoga to be virtually observed in Toronto on Jun 21

Toronto/IBNS: The sixth International Day of Yoga will be virtually observed here on Jun 21, Consulate General of India, Toronto office reported.

First Black Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders announces to step down, says wants to work free for city

Toronto/IBNS: Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders, who is the first Black to assume the position, has announced  to step down from the Toronto Police Service (TPS) from Jul 31 "to do things for the city he wants to do free", media reports said.

COVID-19: High Commissioner of India in Ottawa plans return of stranded Indians

Toronto/IBNS: The phased return of nearly three lakh Indians, mainly students stranded in Canada due to COVID-19 pandemic, is being planned by the office of the High Commissioner of India in Ottawa (Canada), media reports said.

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau condemns violence at anti-Israel protest in Toronto

Toronto/ Sputnik/UNI: The violence that took place at an anti-Israel demonstration in Toronto this week was shocking and unacceptable, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a statement.

Canada: Liz Kohn appointed as TIFF’S Vice President, Marketing & Communications

Toronto, Aug 5 (IBNS): The appointment of Liz Kohn as Vice President, Marketing and Communications, effective Sept 3, 2019, has been announced by Joana Vicente and Cameron Bailey, Co-Heads of Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), TIFF reports said.

Canada: Heat warning continues for most of GTA, including Toronto

Toronto, July 29 (IBNS): After a prolonged winter in Canada, most of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), including Toronto, are still under a heat warning, which was issued by Environment Canada (EC), on Friday, media reports said.

Toronto plans vigil for the victims of the Danforth shooting one year ago

Toronto, July 22 (IBNS): A commemoration ceremony was held yesterday at Greektown’s Withrow Park, Toronto to mark the anniversary of the shooting in Toronto’s Danforth which had taken the lives of 18-year-old Reese Fallon and 10-year-old Julianna Kozis, and injured 13 others, media reports said.

Canada: Toronto Raptors create history, win NBA series for first time as non-American team

Toronto, Jun 18 (IBNS): Creating history, Toronto Raptors have won the National Basketball Association (NBA) for the first time as a non-American team, media reports said.

Missing Chinese student found in good health in Canada

Toronto, Mar 27 (IBNS): Chinese student Wanzhen Lu, who is believed to have been kidnapped near Toronto, has been found in a good health in Canada, media reports said.

Canada: Hindus embrace Jewish writer's research

Toronto, Mar 18 (IBNS): Toronto’s Hindu community is embracing the work of a Jewish writer whose research shows the Biblical Hebrew people came to the Middle East from Ancient India.

Ontario to promote education support for students with autism

Ottawa, Mar 14 (IBNS): The Ontario government is promoting existing programs and supports for educators to ensure students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) feel safe and supported in their classrooms, media reports said.