Prominent musician Gene Champagne, a Hamilton drummer who performs with Teenage Head and other rock bands, is back home after being on a ventilator due to COVID-19.
Hamilton's public school board is preparing to transition to online-only classes after the April break by halting teaching for two days and handing out devices students will need for remote learning.
Hamilton police's child exploitation unit obtained 56 judicial orders, including 17 search warrants, between January and the end of March. Seven men and one woman have been charged.
Premier Doug Ford announced Monday that schools will be closed and learning will happen online following the break.
Officers were called to the area of Glendale Avenue and Marsdale Drive around 8:30 p.m. and found a 32-year-old with gunshot wounds, according to Niagara police.
A survey from Hamilton's public school board shows 48 per cent of families polled would be interested in a post-pandemic remote learning program.
There have been only two days over the past week in Hamilton where new cases clocked in below 100.
The locations are among more than 700 being added to the rollout of shots at pharmacies across the province, which was announced on Sunday. The new sites include 20 in Burlington, 19 in Niagara and one in Brantford.
Dr. Samantha Hill, president of the Ontario Medical Association, and Dr. Amit Arya, a palliative care physician at McMaster University and the University of Toronto, describe what they see as the most urgent actions the province needs to take to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The Niagara Regional Police Service says it's investigating after someone set a car wash on fire in St. Catharines.