Bangkok, 9 provinces restrict movements to curb rising cases

BANGKOK (AP) — Faced with a sharp rise in coronavirus cases, the Thai capital on Sunday announced a ban on indoor dining and gatherings of more than 20 people, in addition to the closure of construction sites and the sealing off of workers’ quarters in Bangkok and nine other provinces. The measures will remain for […]

5th body pulled from rubble of collapsed Florida condo

Rescue crews found another body in the rubble of a collapsed 12-story condominium tower near Miami on Saturday, raising the death toll to five as they raced to recover any survivors while fighting back fire and smoke deep inside the concrete and metal remains. Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced the new toll at an […]

LEVY: A new chapter calls after 31 wonderful years

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto & GTA Ontario I’ve loved every second of my Toronto Sun career and I hope all of you will stay in touch Author of the article: Sue-Ann Levy Publishing date: Jun 26, 2021  •  32 minutes ago  •  5 minute read  •  Join the conversation Sue-Ann Levy campaigning with former Toronto mayor […]

CHAUDHRI: Employment questions swirl as return to normal looms

Breadcrumb Trail Links Ontario Columnists Author of the article: Sunira Chaudhri Sunira Chaudhri is an employment and labour lawyer and partner at Levitt Sheikh Chaudhri Swann. She sheds light on some questions for employees during COVID-19. Photo by Supplied photo /Levitt LLP Article content As the COVID frost seems to be thawing in our country, […]

Murder victim a “gentle soul” says brother

Breadcrumb Trail Links Weird Author of the article: Sue-Ann Levy Allan Berman (left) and Sheldon Berman. Photo by Supplied /Supplied Article content Sheldon Berman — a disabled man who “wouldn’t hurt a fly” — was the victim of a deadly attack simply for walking through a downtown park, his brother said Saturday. Allan Berman said […]

Arrests made in Danforth Rd. shooting two Sundays ago

Article content Toronto police have arrested three men in conjunction with a Scarborough shooting on the evening of June 13. Police say two men were pronounced dead after being called to the scene of the shooting in the Danforth and Thicketwood Drive area at around 10:30 p.m. that evening. They were identified at the time […]

LACKIE: Real estate market has finally cooled, but seller expectations remain sky high

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto & GTA Opinion News Money Columnists Author of the article: Brynn Lackie Publishing date: Jun 26, 2021  •  25 minutes ago  •  3 minute read  •  Join the conversation Real estate signs. Photo by Kevin King /Postmedia files Article content For the majority of my decade in real estate, it has seemed […]

LILLEY: What are the quarantine rules? An explainer on a confusing topic

Breadcrumb Trail Links Columnists Canada Author of the article: Brian Lilley Publishing date: Jun 26, 2021  •  9 hours ago  •  3 minute read  •  6 Comments Passengers from New Delhi wait in long lines for transportation to their quarantine hotels at Pearson Airport in Toronto in April. Photo by Frank Gunn /The Canadian Press Article […]

‘Tsunami of stress’: Canadians worry about finances more than health, survey finds

CALGARY (CityNews) — Even in a public-health crisis, personal health isn’t the top source of stress for most Canadians. It’s money. The 2021 Canada Financial Stress Index reveals 2-in-5 Canadians say money is their No. 1 source of stress in life, more than personal health, work or relationships. The online survey of 1,510 Canadians was […]

Stouffville family looking for kidney donor for mom

Article content A woman has taken to social media in the hopes of saving her mother’s life. Dannielle Rodrigues is looking for a live kidney donor for her mother, 63-year-olod Lucy Latino who has needed a new kidney for 13 years but has recently taken a downturn in her health. Latino went into kidney failure […]