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TPS Arrested Someone For The Toronto Islands Attack But They're Looking For​ 2 Witnesses

Someone allegedly made homophobic comments before the attack took place.

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Police have made an arrest in the allegedly hate-motivated Toronto Islands attack, but the investigation is continuing.

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Ontario Minister Rod Phillips Back In The Fold After Quitting Over Caribbean Vacay Drama

He'll be the new long-term care minister.

Looks like the former Minister of Finance, Rod Phillips, is not taking a permanent vacation away from cabinet after all.

Premier Doug Ford just announced a major cabinet shuffle that is actually going to introduce Phillips as the minister of long-term care, according to a press release.

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Ontario Man Crashes An Amateur Homemade Plane Into The Foundation Of A Home (PHOTO)

The man is suffering serious injuries.

A 67-year-old Ontario man is suffering serious injuries after he crashed a homemade airplane into a construction site yesterday evening.

According to Elgin County OPP, the plane, a Rutan, Long E-Z, single-engine piston, was an amateur home-built aircraft.

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Grabbing Wonderland Tickets Yesterday Appeared To Be A Rollercoaster Ride of Emotions

The online queue apparently had some difficulties.

Canada's Wonderland tickets were apparently in hot demand yesterday.

On Monday, the beloved amusement park announced its reopening plans for the first full week of July, as the province is expected to move to step two of the reopening plan on July 2.

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Ontario Set To Reveal A Back-To-School Plan For In-Person Learning Next Month

The minister of education hopes to bring sports and clubs back this September.

On Thursday, it was announced that Ontario is set to release its full back-to-school plan in July with an aim for in-person learning.

Stephen Lecce, Ontario's minister of education, announced in a press conference that, "increasing vaccine rates and decreasing case counts in communities is very promising in our broader vision to restore a more normal September."

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Toronto Is Ramping Up Vaccines With Thousands Of New Appointments & Here's How To Book

It's looking like a hot vax summer for the 6ix. 💉

Toronto has just announced it is opening up thousands of new COVID-19 vaccine appointments over the next two weeks at City-run clinics.

There will be 30,000 vaccine appointments opening up for booking on Friday for appointments during the week of June 21, according to the City's latest announcement.

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