A Toronto man diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after serving on a jury for a murder trial is suing the Ontario and federal governments for $100,000 in compensation. More
Vic Fedeli refuses to comment on Patrick Brown, saying he 'must remain neutral' in PC leadership race
Interim Ontario PC leader Vic Fedeli on Tuesday refused to comment on controversies enveloping Patrick Brown, saying he "must remain neutral" in the party's ongoing leadership contest.
Watchdog to probe complaint against Hanover police chief, constable over Adam Brunt's drowning death
An independent police watchdog says it will investigate a complaint against a police chief and a constable in Hanover, Ont., following the drowning death of firefighting student in 2015 during a private training exercise on the Saugeen River.
A Waterloo firefighter says he and his colleagues often have to wait for someone to open locked doors when they're trying to access a home and help someone. And he's proposing a solution to fix that.audio
A stretch of significant rainfall and the potential for record-setting warm temperatures are causing localized flooding and road closures around Toronto.
Payday loan associations say they're providing a necessary service. Opponents say they make people's lives miserable.
A group of environmental and road safety advocates are calling on Mayor John Tory to support a proposed project that would reduce lanes and add a raised bike path on a three-kilometre section of Yonge Street north of Sheppard Avenue.
'Just say you're in love already!' Virtue and Moir capture gold and our hearts in Olympic career finale
Weeknights spent watching Jeopardy, occasional ballroom dancing and private 10-year anniversary skates — that'll be the future for Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, they joke, after the golden moment Monday that closed out their on-ice story, two decades in the making.video
From matchmaking to babysitting, the physician recruiter in Goderich, Ont., went to elaborate lengths to convince doctors to move to the small town.
The final sitting of the Ontario Legislature before the June election was bound to be interesting. But with the soap opera that is the Progressive Conservative party right now, you've got the ingredients for a drama that Netflix might consider worthy of a series.
Canadian Olympic champs Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are bringing home the gold.
A man and a woman were seriously injured in an early morning fire in a Parkdale apartment building on Tuesday.
Alto's Adventure hit the #1 spot on Apple's sales charts around the world. The developers behind the sequel to that critically acclaimed game are hoping to repeat their success.
Peel police have identified a man killed in a daylight shooting on Monday afternoon as 37-year-old Oliver Augustas Willis.
Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have won gold after an overall record-breaking performance at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. It is their second gold in the event, to go with a silver and two career medals in the team event.
Labour groups and some politicians are pushing to repeal a bylaw that allows retailers north of Toronto to stay open on holidays such as Family Day.
A 37-year-old man has been taken to hospital after a shooting in Brampton Monday night.
Video 'I can't sleep at night': Families of Toronto police officers protest reported staffing shortage
Relatives and friends of Toronto police officers gathered outside the force's downtown headquarters on Monday to demand that the force take "immediate" steps to address alleged understaffing.video
Ontario government publishes children's book series encouraging inclusion of people with disabilities
Ontario's provincial government has published a series of children's books aimed at encouraging inclusion and acceptance of people with disabilities.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the Greater Toronto Area saying "significant" rainfall is expected on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Family Day took on a special meaning Monday for dozens of recent immigrants and refugees, as they celebrated the holiday for the first time with other newcomers in true Canadian style: by snowshoeing.
Toronto families enjoyed winter games with an Olympic theme at a handful of Family Day events across the city on Monday.
International architecture teams and Canadian design schools came together on Monday to reimagine the lifeguard stations at Toronto's Woodbine Beach into pop-up art.
The president of the union representing Toronto's firefighters says a fire captain who was found in California after vanishing from a New York state ski slope is back in Canada.
Toronto police have charged two men in connection with a recent spate of car vandalism in Cabbagetown.
More than 80 Ontario high schools have shown improvements in math scores, according to the Fraser Institute’s annual report released Sunday.
Multiple residents of 1750 Bayview Avenue told CBC Toronto they have been dealing with various possible safety issues stemming from the ongoing construction, including reduced visibility for drivers and pedestrians outside the condo, a narrowed driveway, and changes in pedestrian routes.
A Toronto furniture charity that helps thousands of people every year is struggling to furnish its own warehouse.
The cheers for Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir may be the loudest in the small southwestern Ontario town where the pair learned to skate.
Distracted drivers can be as dangerous as impaired drivers, Toronto police say at the start of a one-week campaign to reduce crashes from inattention behind the wheel.
One man is dead after a house fire in Halton late Sunday night, according to police.
Ontario MPP and Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Patrick Brown appealed directly to his grassroots supporters at a campaign event Sunday, saying abandoning his platform could destroy the party.
As many Canadians head off on vacation this week, the government is advising people on how to stay safe while abroad.
A civil liberties association and doctors group in B.C. raise concerns after a doctor with a name similar to a sex offender's was ordered to be fingerprinted to prove his identity. The doctor predicts it'll become standard practice for doctors and nurses — a suspicion the RCMP appears to confirm in an email to CBC News.
Toronto will get an "early taste of spring" this week with warm, wet weather that could break high temperature records on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Toronto police say a pedestrian was left with serious injuries after being struck by a vehicle near Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue Sunday evening.
A 73-year-old Brampton woman, who had been missing for four days, is recovering in hospital after being found in the parking lot of a Georgetown Food Basics on Sunday.
A man wanted in a fatal hit and run in Mississauga that killed a 61-year-old woman has surrendered to police two days after the collision.
Woman who fell between two buildings and broke her spine now jewelry artist and considering career in therapy.
Opposition is mounting to a coalition’s plan to block Canadians from accessing piracy websites. Many Canadians fear that the plan — backed by media companies such as Bell, Rogers and CBC — could lead to rampant internet censorship
A lawyer says there’s no legal obligation for a homeowner to tell potential buyers about murder or suicides that might have taken place at the property.
Dozens gathered at the Superior Court of Justice in downtown Toronto on Sunday in a vigil to honour the victims of Wednesday’s shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead.
Toronto police are searching for the driver and any occupants of a car that slammed into a guard rail and hydro pole in Scarborough on Sunday morning.
A call from Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock gave Rachel Homan's team some extra motivation before earning its second straight victory following an 0-3 start at the Olympics.
An inquest probing the circumstances surrounding the 2012 death of an Ontario Indigenous woman is recommending stricter protocols for handling intoxicated patients.
Toronto police say they have charged two teen boys after one was seen pulling out a black replica handgun in the Eaton Centre on Saturday night.
PyeongChang may be more than 10,500 kilometres from Toronto. But that doesn't mean you can't get a taste of the distinctive South Korean region here in the city.
Raptors coach Dwane Casey sits down with CBC Toronto’s Dwight Drummond to share his thought on the NBA all-star game, and dish on what he and Drake talk about on the sidelines.video
Patrick Brown's entry into the Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership race could result in dangerous party in-fighting, experts say.
Public health officials west of Toronto say they've confirmed a case of the measles in a baby who returned home on a flight from Switzerland.
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