York United Football Club is at a crossroads. The Canadian Premier League (CPL) club declined to extend the contract of head coach and technical director Jim Brennan after he led the team to its first franchise playoff appearance this season. Brennan, who was the club’s first manager since it... Read more
Cricket is now officially a part of Ontario’s physical education curriculum. The Ontario Schools Cricket Association (OSCA) has provided equipment and teacher training to 50 schools that will implement the sport in their curriculum this fall. The provincial government announced in September that it is officially adding cricket to... Read more
The City of Toronto will soon decide on the fate of e-scooters, a popular new form of transportation. City Council must consider the pros and cons of legalizing a vehicle which is reported by some to be economically beneficial, environmentally friendly, and cost efficient, but reported by others to be incredibly dangerous.
With harness racing back in action in Ontario, people in the industry are looking to recover from financial hardship caused by the shutdown.
By Nick Barnsdale As provincial registry offices go all-digital, genealogists in Ontario are trying to preserve land ownership documents – and maintain important pieces of history. “We’re really working to preserve the documents and make sure that they are available in as many localities as possible to ensure that... Read more
Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot Covid-19 had a successful trial, according to the FDA. Experts will meet on Friday to decide whether or not to approve the shot.
Pfizer delivered about one third fewer doses to the EU than was promised by this point, according to EU officials. This will put extra strain on the EU, which has already faced delays from AstraZeneca and Moderna.