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The NDP are questioning the Ford government over private medical clinics up charging patients, and Toronto is looking to increase parking fines.
A 20-year-old driver has been charged after hitting a tree while being sexually active with a passenger, and Toronto City Councillors are questioning the high number of police vehicles caught committing traffic offences.
Police are searching for the driver of a Lexus that mounted the sidewalk and tried to run over another man in a Markham road rage incident, and Ontario Liberal leader Bonnie Crombie appears to be preparing to run in a by-election, once it’s called, in Milton.
Environment Canada says that we’ll see a mix of sun and cloud this morning, with windchills near minus 7, and increasing afternoon cloud with highs near plus 7 and a UV index of 2 or low.
Asian stocks were mixed overnight after technology shares led Wall Street broadly lower yesterday. U.S. futures fell while oil prices gained.
You’re probably thinking that when you install a video doorbell, there isn’t much that can go wrong. Well, a company named Wyze, who manufactures a smart camera, said that some users last week saw footage from cameras that weren’t their own, because of a security glitch.