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Toronto police say they've arrested two men and laid 50 charges in an alleged string of thefts from long-term care homes in the city.
The Canadian government is spending $277 million to renovate a federal building in midtown Toronto to make it as energy efficient as possible and more accessible to people with disabilities, a federal cabinet minister said in Toronto on Tuesday.
Two men, originally from Ireland, have created a new app aimed at helping Irish immigrants with everything they need when landing in Toronto. It's called Irish APP-roved.
Forcing a reporter to give information on a terror suspect to the RCMP would be unreasonable, given that the wanted Canadian man is almost certainly dead, an Ontario justice heard on Tuesday.
Highly-regarded Toronto Blue Jays prospect Bo Bichette will be sidelined after fracturing a bone in his left hand during a minor-league game on Monday in Syracuse, N.Y.
A Toronto Maple Leafs fan whose head obscured key moments Sunday's Game 6 against the Boston Bruins says he didn't know he was blocking the action for thousands of U.S. viewers.
A minor accused of terrorism is back behind bars after an alleged breach of his bail conditions. The Kingston, Ont. youth was arrested Sunday and sent back to jail. There is a court-ordered publication ban on the specifics of the breach.
For the second straight year, the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins have taken a series to the limit, with the winner of Tuesday's tilt at TD Garden (CBCSports.ca, 7 p.m. ET) heading to the NHL Eastern Conference semifinals against Columbus.
The Royal Canadian Mint has unveiled a commemorative loonie meant to mark what it calls a key milestone for lesbian, gay, transgender, queer and two-spirited people.
York police have released security camera video of a white pickup truck that hit two pedestrians then left the scene in Markham on Monday night.
One year later, Aleksandra Kozhevnikova is one of many van attack survivors still struggling to rebuild their lives and return to a sense of normalcy. That struggle has included not just physical and psychological therapy, but also a fight to have her injuries classified as catastrophic to ensure she received funding for all the treatment she required.
One year after a man tore down a stretch of Yonge Street in a van, cutting short 10 lives and leaving a city forever changed, Torontonians gathered to remember those lost — and break bread with strangers who might ultimately become friends.
One year after the deadly van attack on Yonge Street in Toronto, the family of one of the victims and witnesses affected by it have found ways to move forward from the trauma while also helping others.
Many advocates are warning that Ontario's surprise cuts to Toronto Public Health's funding threaten to destroy the city's school nutrition program, which is relied upon by at least 200,000 children, and they want to see the province reverse course.
The Progressive Conservative government made the appointment on April 4 but only announced it late last week.
A community group is hosting a major cleanup of garbage in Toronto's Don Valley next weekend that has attracted big interest on social media.
Millennials make more money than previous generations in that demographic cohort, but are also saddled with much more debt, even adjusted for inflation, according to new Statistics Canada data that confirms what has been long suspected.
Subway commuters, take note: a portion of Line 1 is scheduled to close earlier than usual on Wednesday and Thursday evenings so crews can do signal upgrades.
A man is in life-threatening condition after an industrial accident in Etobicoke late Monday morning.
"Peaceful" is not a word Gary Anandasangaree would use to describe Sri Lanka, a country he fled at the age of 10. He was of several Canadians Monday who organized vigils to pay tribute to those killed and to seek solace among those who have witnessed violence in their homeland before.
Police are searching for a man, believed to be in his early 30s, who posed as a driver of a ride-sharing service and sexually assaulted a woman over the Easter long weekend.
A suspect in the fatal hit and run of a cyclist late Sunday night along a rural road north of Toronto has turned themself in to police.
In order to tackle a 13 per cent business vacancy rate, the Beach Village BIA recently announced a campaign called “Back to the Beach Village,” which involves promoting area businesses and re-establishing the neighbourhood as a go-to spot.
A Western University study aims to provide judges with guidance on how to deal with cases in which parents are at odds over how to address their child's gender identity questions.
As coyotes increasingly take up residence in cities and towns across Canada, both provinces and municipalities have adopted "living with coyotes' policies. A group in Collingwood, Ont., is demanding action, saying governments are failing to protect their pets.
The Ford government is defending its environmental plan in the face of mounting criticism from the Ontario Green Party and Greenpeace.
A team of researchers at York University has warned that the American bumblebee is facing imminent extinction from Canada, and this could lead to “cascading impacts” throughout the country.
A Vancouver woman is sounding the alarm for millions of Canadians who have credit and debit cards, after her financial information was shared without her realizing it. Turns out, some cards have “updating services” that allow banking information to be shared with other companies — a little-known fact for most customers, and something a privacy expert says needs to change.