Toronto police have announced that a man has been arrested and charged with the first-degree murder of Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen, whose bodies have never been found. Morevideo
A year-long CBC Marketplace investigation reveals there were 2,198 reported incidents of staff-on-resident abuse in 2016. This means an average of six seniors were abused by their caregiver at a long-term care home every day.video
Holly Hamilton's ex-boyfriend and the father of her young daughter, Justin Dumpfrey, was charged Thursday with second-degree murder a day after her body was found in the trunk of her car in a parking garage in the city of Hamilton.video
Toronto is the only Canadian city to make the list of the top 20 cities that Amazon is considering for its second headquarters.
Inmates with mental health disabilities will no longer be placed in solitary confinement barring exceptional circumstances under an agreement announced Thursday between the Ontario government and the province's human rights commission.
A baby initially believed to have been abandoned outside a commercial complex earlier this week has “rapidly” recovered from the ordeal, police said Thursday.
Arts agencies without 'best practices' to address harassment could risk federal funding, minister says
Arts organizations that don’t have “best practices” in place to deal with harassment and bullying may be blocked from federal funding, the heritage minister said following a meeting with entertainment industry stakeholders amid the ongoing scandals at Soulpepper Theatre Company and other sectors of the cultural community.
A University of Guelph professor who was put on a leave of absence after students allege he mocked and humiliated one of his classmates has responded to those allegations.
A man was arrested and charged Wednesday with second-degree murder in an east-end homicide that happened last October, Toronto police say.
A new report from the TTC includes a range of new strategies to address record overcrowding on the Line 1 subway. But some say a new line is the only way to fix the problem.
An elderly woman has died after being struck by a vehicle in Brampton, Peel paramedics say.
Toronto tenants may now be legally protected from drastic rent increases, but the measure is more like a consolation prize when rent was so high from the outset.
Metro Morning food guide Suresh Doss visits downtown Philly cheesesteak joint Illstyl3 Sammies.video
Spending on bonuses and other performance pay for top federal government executives increased by more than double the rate of inflation and double what the rest of the public service got in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first year in office, CBC News has learned.
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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne will name her go-to business advisor as the new chairman of the LCBO today, with the agency poised to oversee the retailing of cannabis in the province.
The family of the 11-year-old girl who reported that a man tried to cut off her hijab last week, an incident police said did not occur, offered "sincere apologies to every Canadian" in a statement on Wednesday.
Girl, 5, fatally struck in school parking lot had already fought cancer in her short life, family friend says
A friend of the Toronto family whose five-year-old daughter was fatally struck in a school drop-off area says the little girl was in remission after cancer treatment. Ana Paula Carrera says although the parents are heartbroken, she’s struck by their strength and faith.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is trying to raise the profile of three backbenchers by promoting them to cabinet less than four months before the election campaign begins.
The Toronto District School Board says work "has been paused" on a construction project at Palmerston Avenue Junior Public School after a piece of scaffolding fell on a student on Monday morning, CBC Toronto has learned.
Exclusive 'It's slavery in the modern world': Foreign workers say they were hungry, abused at Toronto temple
For five months this year, four migrant workers from India faced harsh living conditions and were drastically underpaid as sculptors on a Hindu temple in Toronto, according to two of the workers who spoke exclusively to CBC Toronto.
Hamilton police announced Wednesday afternoon that missing woman Holly Hamilton has been found dead.
Frontline workers and advocates were at city hall on Wednesday to push council to draft a set of standards for existing shelters and to act on a request to build 1,500 new permanent shelter beds.audio
The Toronto Raptors and Canadian rap star Drake announced plans to grow their partnership Wednesday with a new program called Welcome Toronto. Under the program, Drake and the Raptors will donate $1 million to refurbish local community basketball courts and another $2 million to Canada Basketball.
The King Street pilot project is bringing up painful memories for some business owners on St. Clair Avenue West.
Halton police are investigating after two people were found dead inside a home in Oakville early Wednesday morning.
Some wildlife rescuers in Ontario say they're being bullied and harassed by Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry enforcement officers who know little about wildlife and are too heavy-handed with the rules.
The false story of the 11-year-old whose hijab was cut off was a destructive incident for the Muslim community, but hopefully one that won't delegitimize the experiences of many other Muslim Canadians.
The latest social media fad called the "Tide pod challenge" has parents and health professionals worried and has led to an NFL star making a public service announcement against the dangerous trend.video
'I was concerned that they would die': Markham pet store closed after this activist finds 'dehydrated' puppies
A pet store in Markham was closed Tuesday after an animal welfare activist raised the alarm about puppies and kittens she said showed "obvious signs of distress," and the store is now apologizing on Facebook, saying it will improve the living conditions for the animals.
Lascelles Allen has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the stabbing death of ex-girlfriend Suraiya Gangarman.
Premier Kathleen Wynne is going to shuffle her cabinet on Wednesday, less than five months before Ontarians go to the polls.
Federal New Democratic Party Leader Jagmeet Singh pulled back the curtain on his closely guarded private life, letting Canadians know Tuesday night that he is engaged.
Toronto police say they don't expect to lay any charges against the mother of a newborn boy who was allegedly found abandoned Tuesday morning.video
Vince Dunn scored 1:43 into overtime to lift the St. Louis Blues over the Toronto Maple Leafs 2-1 on Tuesday.
Toronto police will examine an SUV and are seeking witnesses to a collision outside a school on Monday in which a five-year-old girl was pinned between two vehicles and later died in hospital.
Interviewed several times by the Canadian Security and Intelligence Agency but never charged with a crime, a Canadian Muslim is barred from entering the U.S. to visit his dying father.
James Pearson, known to family as Jim, was last seen by family on Saturday.
The case of an 11-year-old Toronto girl who made headlines when she falsely claimed that a scissors-wielding stranger had cut her hijab highlights the complex ethical issues that arise when a child is thrust into the national spotlight, experts say.
In the wake of five pedestrian deaths since the turn of the new year, Toronto police launched a pedestrian safety enforcement and education campaign on Tuesday.
TTC service between Spadina and Union stations has reopened after a morning fire in an underground cable chamber.
Scarborough Town Centre Mall marketing director Jai Lee says a customer reported seeing two eels in the washroom and security staff went in to collect the slithery fish.
Literary revamp Anne, crime drama Cardinal, TV sitcom Kim’s Convenience and historical drama film Hochelaga, Land of Souls are among the top contenders for the Canadian Screen Awards.
26 people died on O.P.P. patrolled highways between Jan. 1 and 15 — up from 7 people during the same period last year.
Ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will make history on Feb. 9, becoming the first woman and man — and first duo, period — to carry the Canadian flag into an Olympic opening ceremony.
York University, in collaboration with FCJ Refugee Centre, is piloting the first project in Canada to allow undocumented students to study for a university degree. The program acknowledges the existence of a growing number of young people living in limbo after leaving high school.
Real estate broker Royal LePage President and CEO Phil Soper believes the Peak Millennial will be a major player in the Toronto real estate market in 2018.
Toronto is becoming a test bed for new smart-city technology, but some observers are concerned about the privacy of the data the city would be collecting.
Natalie Spooner has the size, speed and tenacity to be a star. She can score goals and her defensive game is rounding out. The trick for the 27-year-old is to find the consistency that will make her a star.
The Liberal government missed its target to resettle 1,200 Yazidis and other survivors of ISIS to Canada by the end of 2017 because of an extended airport closure.
Voices claiming to represent business cry foul on wage hikes. But just watch how quickly capitalism adapts.
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- Trudeau continues cross-country town hall tour with stop in Quebec City
- Holly Hamilton's ex-boyfriend, Justin Dumpfrey, charged with 2nd-degree murder
- Alberta could create its own EI system to cover high-wage earners in volatile industries, report says
- Toronto makes cut of top 20 cities vying to be Amazon's 2nd headquarters
- Loblaws in $400M tax fight with CRA over claims it set up bogus offshore bank
- Family horrified after funeral home mixes up bodies, cremates wrong one
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- $500M recouped worldwide from tax cheats due to Panama Papers — but none of it in Canada
- Health officials urge Vancouver to distribute safe opioids
- A look at the cognitive test that Trump aced — and why it's 'not considered definitive'
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- After #MeToo, phone app allows you to legally consent to sex
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- Why 2 Ontario school boards pulled funding for a play about a gay student fighting to take a date to prom
- Playwright's journey of discovery, re-connecting with Indigenous roots, inspires new work
- New abuse evidence not enough to reopen rejected Indian residential school claims, says court
- Marlene Bird, Leo LaChance cases formative for new Saskatoon police chief
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