The fate of a young Toronto man who drove his car onto a sidewalk and killed a woman in 2015 is now in the hands of a judge. Gideon Fekre, who was 18 at the time, is charged with dangerous operation of motor vehicle causing death. More
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne fielded questions Monday night at a town hall on a five-week college strike and hydro, an issue that has helped send her popularity to record lows.
As Ontario students prepare to go back to class on Tuesday after five weeks away, Ontario is shedding some light on how they will be compensated for lost time in the classroom.
A Toronto job fair aimed at helping transgender people find work went ahead as scheduled Monday, amid charges by critics that the event was racist and "inherently violent" because Canadian Armed Forces recruiters were invited.video
Toronto police have released images of a woman they believe may be aiding a man wanted for second-degree murder.
Bell Media is laying off employees, including prominent on-air personalities, at radio and TV stations across Canada.
The City of Toronto is partnering with popular navigation app Waze to share real-time data to help drivers get around the city, Mayor John Tory announced Monday.
No charges are being laid in the case of an elderly Alzheimer's patient who died after a brutal beating at a Dundas nursing home early this year.
Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Philip, marked their 70th wedding anniversary on Monday. Elizabeth became queen in 1952. Now 91, she is the first British monarch to reach a platinum anniversary.
Seven armed carjackings in Ajax, Ont. in just over a month are all "related," police say.
A new training session called “Stop the Bleed” taught 150 Metrolinx employees how to stop uncontrolled bleeding in an emergency event on Monday.
A Toronto bar has become the first business in the city to implement an overdose plan that is laid out in a new toolkit designed to combat the opioid crisis. With one overdose every 10 hours in Ontario, it's become a growing possibility for many Toronto establishments.
After losing to Ottawa in Toronto in last year's Grey Cup, the Stampeders now face Toronto in Ottawa on Sunday for the CFL title.
Fire crews are on scene at a blaze at a factory in Cambridge. Police have closed Sheffield Street and some buildings in the area have been evacuated.
Toronto police will start ticketing drivers who disobey the new rules of the road introduced as part of the King Street pilot project on Monday.video
The Laura Babcock murder trial is entering its fifth week of testimony and jurors in a Toronto courtroom will hear from only a handful more witnesses as the Crown is expected to wrap up its case against co-accused Dellen Millard and Mark Smich.
The personal archives of beloved storyteller and award-winning humorist Stuart McLean have found a new home at Hamilton’s McMaster University.audio
Canadian weather forecasters are split over what kind of winter we can expect in 2018 - and how much of a role global warming has to play.
Jutta Mason helped launch a skate-lending program at her rink that tripled its usage, but the city isn't accepting her latest offer.
Toronto police have charged a man after two TTC passengers were sprayed with a "noxious substance" on a Line 1 subway car at Spadina station on Friday.
Ontario Provincial Police are appealing to the public for help in identifying a man who was killed overnight while pushing a bicycle on a highway in York Region.
Toronto FC goes into the opening leg of the Eastern Conference final without the services of star players Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco. But with seven goals in just 22 games, Tosaint Ricketts has shown he's up to the task of filling their role.readcomments video
College faculty in Ontario head back to their schools today, after a five-week strike was ended over the weekend with back-to-work legislation.
Toronto Police Service raised the trans flag for the first time on Monday to mark Transgender Day of Remembrance but tensions are high as critics voice their concerns about how the force recently handled the disappearance of a transgender woman from their community.
A longtime Bell call centre employee says she is pressured to make a sale on every call, often talking customers into products they don't understand, don't need, and sometimes can't afford
Those struggling to keep a roof over their heads — whether looking to ease the burden of monthly rent payments or in desperate need of help to get off the streets — will find out later this week how the Liberal government hopes to deal with Canada's ever-present shortage of affordable housing.
Ontario college students are scrambling to get ready for class on Tuesday after the Liberal government's back-to-work legislation passed on Sunday, ending the longest strike in the province's history.video
Santa Claus has come to town on Sunday and the president of the longest running parade in Canada that features the big guy in the red suit says the event is magical every year.
She had a troubled youth, a dysfunctional family and was a victim of abuse, but one Toronto woman has found a way to turn that experience into a positive one for teen girls.
The fatal fentanyl overdose of a Toronto drug squad officer has the police force considering what more it could be doing to support those working in its high-risk units.
A group of mothers across the country are sending their pictures of their loved ones who have died from fentanyl overdoses to the prime minister in an attempt to get the federal government to commit more funds to fight the crisis.
It may seem like you just put away your Halloween costume, but more holiday deals have already been advertised across the country. On Friday, shoppers will be setting their alarms and bundling up, hoping to snag Black Friday bargains.
It's that time of the year again. Nearly every weekend is filled with a holiday party, and for most people, that means more drinking than usual. But one Parkdale bar is changing the way people raise their glasses this season with "placebo" cocktails.
On Saturday afternoon in Toronto, less than 24 hours before his team's biggest game of the year, Duron Carter took in a flick alongside more than 20 Roughriders fans.
The federal Conservative Party on Saturday officially unveiled its candidate to run for the seat vacated by Scarborough MP Arnold Chan.
The Toronto Christmas Market opened Thursday, bringing along with it its unique brand of Christmas cheer to the city.
Malcolm Young, who founded the Australian rock band AC/DC along with his brother Angus, has died at age 64 after suffering from dementia for several years, the band said on its Facebook page on Saturday.
Toronto police have identified a suspect in the fatal stabbing of a 54-year-old man near Weston Road and Lawrence Avenue East earlier this week.
Canadian Justyn Knight finished his NCAA cross-country career in style, winning the title in his fourth and final NCAA division I championship on Saturday.
Tia Nicholaichuk said she was struck by how quickly the rumours spread on Facebook about Barbara Kentner, the Anishinaabe woman who died this summer after she was struck by a trailer hit thrown from a moving car.
As city council prepares to look at plans to open six new shelters and relocate seven more, Toronto hopes a name change may start to chip away at the perception that shelters spell bad news for neighbourhoods.
Deaf music fans in Canada say insufficient laws and lack of support leave them shut out when their favourite artists come to town.video
Halton Regional Police say a 32-year-old man died in an industrial accident Friday afternoon in Oakville.
An Ontario Provincial Police officer was taken to hospital after sustaining minor injuries in a multi-vehicle crash on Friday evening.
A 61-year-old woman who was struck in a shocking hit and run in Toronto on Oct. 31 says she can't remember much from the crash that flipped her in the air and left her on the pavement in broad daylight.videoaudio
Joel Roberto was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 18 years after a jury found him guilty in July of second-degree murder. His son, Jaelin Roberto Colley, died from blunt force trauma and aspiration on his vomit in 2014
York Regional Police are seeking the public's help in identifying the driver of a vehicle that struck a 61-year-old Toronto man on Wednesday in Markham.
Police dogs in Toronto will be getting armoured vests designed to protect them from sharp weapons.
A defence lawyer who represented people who laid complaints against drug squad officers in the 1990s says mandatory drug screening would help identify officers who are at risk and protect the administration of justice.
Snowy owls are arriving in southwestern Ontario for the winter, but life isn't always safe down south.
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