Global News at 5:30 Toronto Police are calling a woman’s death “suspicious” after she was found dead in a Markham apartment. Dozens of guns are off the streets after a major gun seizure by Toronto police. And, after CUPE education workers ratified a deal with the Ford government, we look to what’s next with negotiations … Read more
Global News at 5:30 Toronto The hockey community mourns Toronto Maple Leafs star Börje Salming, who died at the age of 71. CUPE education workers begin voting on whether they want to accept a deal with the provincial government. And, a team of students and researchers search for fragments of a meteor that flew over … Read more
It was around nine months ago when Nelson Ponte began noticing supply issues in the auto sector. The inability to track down certain parts for his customers has been a source of frustration, putting the brakes on repair work. Ponte, who owns and operates Certified Auto Repair in Etobicoke, Ont., has been in the industry … Read more
Global News at 5:30 Toronto A bomb threat shuts down an Oakville high school – we’ve got the latest on the investigation. Talks between CUPE and Queen’s Park break down setting the stage for yet another strike with students caught in the middle. And, the Danish lifestyle concept custom made for long, cold winters.
Global News at 5:30 Toronto Police are investigating a murder-suicide after an eight-year-old girl and her father were found dead in Oshawa, Ont. The province’s top doctor is urging masking as hospitals deal with a triple threat of COVID-19, influenza and RSV. And, negotiations have resumed after the Ford government repealed a bill that banned … Read more
Global News at 5:30 Toronto The Ford government agrees to withdraw Bill 28 in its battle with CUPE amid a show of union solidarity. One strike over as another begins the impact of job action by GO bus drivers. And, a walk to remember bringing home the sacrifices of Toronto soldiers during the world wars.