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Woman seriously injured in Chinatown fire
A woman in her 50s has been taken to hospital in critical condition after a fire broke out in the upper floors of a building near the corner of D'Arcy Street and Spadina Avenue on Saturday afternoon.
Trans March in Toronto draws hundreds in support of transgender community
Hundreds of people took part in the Trans March in downtown Toronto on Friday night in solidarity with the city's transgender community.
'Money drove the policy': How dreams of dividends got Canada to legal pot
Veteran civil liberties lawyer Alan Young has fought for decades to change Canada's marijuana laws. He's not convinced we've got it right yet.
ROM embraces #MeToo movement as controversial exhibit comes to Toronto
On the heels of its decision to display the works of an iconic Indian photographer posthumously accused of sexual assault, the ROM announced it will simultaneously open an exhibit on the #MeToo movement.
Male pedestrian in his 20s critically injured in hit-and-run in North York
Local organizations brace for influx of migrants fleeing Trump's hardline policies
This Toronto cyclist looks for answers following collision caught on his helmet camera
Do high-profile police raids make a permanent dent in street crime? The experts weigh in