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Fire crews battle blaze in Old City Hall
Toronto fire battled a blaze at Old City Hall Monday after flames broke out inside the building.
Ontario Tory minister flip-flops on sex-ed curriculum stance
Ontario's education minister says despite the government's plans to scrap the modernized sex-ed curriculum, students will continue to be taught about things like consent and gender identity this fall.
Toronto board of health to push feds to decriminalize all drugs
The board of health in Canada's most populous city decided Monday to push the federal government to decriminalize all drugs and is calling on Canadians to turn their recommendation into a national movement.
After her daughters were shot in the playground, a mother calls for solutions to gun violence
After her young daughters were shot while playing outside, Stacey King wants people to come together for an end to gun violence.
Man in late 20s dead after shooting in Brampton
One person is dead following a shooting in Brampton Monday night, Peel Regional Police say.
PCs move to take control of Hydro One exec salaries, would order end to York University strike
Man, 44, charged with 2nd-degree murder in death of woman in Scarborough
TTC green lights vegan subway ads after conflict with animal rights group
Police ID teen killed in 'targeted' Oakville shooting as Keegan Parkinson
Only 3% of people in construction trades are women. How a new program aims to change that
Lightning strike reportedly leads to signal issues, cancellations on Lakeshore GO lines
Toronto getting $11M from feds to help house refugee claimants
Oshawa man, 21, arrested, charged in Brampton shooting
Father, son charged with killing 13 horses have history of theft, fraud, starving animals
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U.S. cherries may be bigger and cheaper, but Ontario's taste better, farmer says
Immigration critics press Liberals on costs, plan for asylum seekers
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