One person found dead inside burning home in Georgina: police

One person found dead inside burning home in Georgina: police

One person is dead after a house fire in Georgina Friday afternoon. York Regional Police said the fire broke out at a residence on Highway 48, near High Street, just after 3 p.m. Crews arrived and found the home fully engulfed, police said. One person was found dead inside the home. The fire has since … Read more

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: May 20, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto: May 20, 2022

Global News at 5:30 Toronto GTA cottage-goers head to cottage country despite high gas prices. Affordability continues to be a key theme as the Ontario election campaign enters its final two weeks. And, the mystery deepens as police investigate both sides of the border after a child’s body was found in a river on the … Read more

Global National: May 20, 2022 | Huawei’s 5G ban further complicates Canada-China relations – Global News

Global National: May 20, 2022 |  Huawei’s 5G ban further complicates Canada-China relations – Global News

Global National: May 20, 2022 | Huawei’s 5G ban further complicates Canada-China relationsGlobal News China accuses Canada of ‘political manipulation’ over 5G ban of Huawei, ZTEThe Globe and Mail Canada bans Huawei from telecom networks after years of delayCBC News Kill Notice for story slugged 5G-Cda-Huawei-FiveThings moved at 8:42 amNational Post View Full coverage on … Read more

Hamilton-area woman says daughter was kicked out of local activity center over decision to wear face mask

Hamilton-area woman says daughter was kicked out of local activity center over decision to wear face mask

A Hamilton-area woman believes her daughter was discriminated against after she was allegedly kicked out of a local activity center over her choice to wear a face mask. Jane Bedford said she signed her 11-year-old daughter up for a series of classes called “Ninja Warrior Parkour” at Discipline Wrestling in Ancaster, just west of Hamilton. … Read more

COVID news: Ontario reports 24 net new deaths due to COVID but hospitalizations continue to decline

The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 has declined nearly 20 per cent since this time last week, as the strain on Ontario’s healthcare system continues to ease following a sixth wave of the pandemic. The latest data from the Ministry of Health reveals that there are now 1,165 people with COVID-19 in Ontario hospitals, … Read more

Tips on protecting yourself during carjacking

Mayor John Tory is asking his federal and provincial government counterparts for help as the city deals with a rash of violent carcjackings that he has likened to a “plague.” The latest string of carjackings occurred Wednesday night when three separate victims had their vehicles stolen at gunpoint in the span of only two hours. … Read more

Scientists explore mortality among women on hormone replacement therapy early in COVID-19 pandemic

A recent study published in Family Practice assessed the association of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) or the use of the combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP) with mortality among women with a previous history of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Study: Mortality in COVID-19 among women on hormone replacement therapy: a retrospective cohort study. Image Credit: F8 … Read more

Toronto vigil held for victims of Buffalo mass shooting

A vigil was held in downtown Toronto Thursday evening to remember the victims of a mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket and to denounce anti-Black racism. People gathered at Nathan Phillips Square and listened to speeches, a song and a poem as they paid tribute to the 10 people who were shot and killed by … Read more

Suspected monkeypox cases in Canada spark public health concerns – Global News

Suspected monkeypox cases in Canada spark public health concernsGlobal News 2 monkeypox cases confirmed in Quebec – the first in CanadaCBC.ca Montreal officials investigate suspected monkeypox casesCBC News: The National Quebec health officials confirm first two cases of rare monkeypoxCP24 Toronto’s Breaking News View Full coverage on Google News

Stephen Roach gives stagflation warning, calls peak inflation absurd

Stagflation is making a comeback, according to former Morgan Stanley Asia chairman Stephen Roach. He warns the US is on a dangerous path that leads to higher prices coupled with slower growth. “This inflation problem is widespread, it’s persistent and likely to be protracted,” Roach told CNBC’s “Fast Money” on Thursday. “The markets are not … Read more