Blue Jays closer to getting full approval for training in Toronto

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays appear one step closer to being able to train at Rogers Centre for the upcoming season. Ontario Premier Doug Ford...

Fewer crowd scenes, buffet bans: Productions building ‘very different world’ during COVID-19

TORONTO — Film and TV sets are traditionally a hive of activity: Crew members moving equipment. Craft services preparing food. Costume, hair and makeup artists primping...

Asylum-seekers who tried to cross from U.S. last month turned back

OTTAWA — The Canada Border Services Agency says it turned back 21 people who tried to enter the country from the U.S. in May...

Pandemic Juno Awards ceremony to offer shorter show, more awards in online event

TORONTO — A lineup of familiar Canadian faces will be among the presenters on the Juno Awards' streaming broadcast tonight. "Stranger Things" actor Finn Wolfhard,...

Blue Jays name 58 players to club player pool for 2020 season

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays have named 58 players to their club player pool for the 2020 season. Toronto made the announcement on Sunday,...

Toronto police investigating after nooses found hanging at construction sites

TORONTO — Two construction companies say they've contacted police and local government officials after nooses were found at multiple Toronto construction sites. The latest incident happened...

Raptors scheduled to face Lakers Aug. 1 in return to action

TORONTO — The defending champion Toronto Raptors will resume the 2019-20 NBA season on Aug. 1 against the Los Angeles Lakers. The Raptors, along with the NBA, announced...

National data standards in the works after COVID-19 highlighted info gaps: Hajdu

OTTAWA — As Canadians see COVID-19 restrictions lifting, federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu says she believes the country is better prepared for a second wave...

Toronto Blue Jays still don’t know where they’ll play or train this season

Toronto Blue Jays president Mark Shapiro says the club has not made a decision on where training camp will be held or where home...

One-time charges weigh on Corus Q3 results, revenue drops as advertising slows

TORONTO — Television and radio broadcaster Corus Entertainment Inc. lost $752.3 million in its latest quarter as it took a one-time impairment charge related...

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