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The Ontario government says it will spend approximately $5,000 to create 25,000 anti-carbon tax stickers it has ordered gas stations around the province to display.
Terminal 3 at Pearson International Airport has reopened after a brief police investigation of a suspicious package.
A Toronto Raptors staffer wants to make sure that local kids’ hoop dreams stay alive by stopping the practice at some schools of taking basketball nets down outside of classroom hours.
An Ontario court has upheld an order that suspended legal proceedings against three major tobacco companies, rejecting arguments from lawyers representing Quebec smokers.
The Progressive Conservative government says in its recent budget that it intends to expand the scope of practice for certain regulated health professionals, such as pharmacists, nurse practitioners, dental specialists and optometrists.
Fleetwood Mac will play five Canadian venues in October and November after April dates had to be rescheduled when singer Stevie Nicks got the flu.
The Ontario government's plan to build new subways and extend existing lines follows a time-honoured tradition of ambitious and often unfulfilled visions for the future of transit in Toronto.
Canopy Growth Corp. has signed an agreement to buy U.S. company Acreage Holdings Inc in a deal valued at US$3.4 billion if cannabis becomes federally legal in the United States.
Ontario's constitutional challenge to Ottawa's imposition of a carbon charge was left in the hands of five Appeal Court justices on Thursday after the hearing wrapped up with each side pressing the court to find in its favour.
Ghadir Fish is a Beirut-style seafood restaurant. It is the sister restaurant to Ghadir Meat Market in Scarborough.
Eleven years after access to one of the city's largest parks was severely choked off, local residents are insisting it's time to open the gates again. At 92 hectares, Rowntree Mills Park in north Etobicoke is the city's fifth largest park.
City swimming classes for kids are being cancelled just weeks or days before their scheduled start, according to parents across Toronto. Now council has unanimously backed a motion calling on staff to fix the system before the summer season.
The Easter long weekend is around the corner — here's what's open and closed over the next few days.
When patients try to sue their physician, a CBC investigation shows the rate of success is very low. CBC News obtained every annual report filed by the Canadian Medical Protective Association, which provides liability coverage and legal support to physicians, dating back to 1901, and analyzed the last 40 years.
Ontario taxpayers face footing the bill for hundred of millions of dollars in penalties if Premier Doug Ford forges ahead with his plan to allow convenience stores to sell beer.
Just one day after hundreds of teachers in Peel Region received word that they would no longer have permanent positions come September, more than 150 more in neighbouring Halton Region learned they face a similar fate, the union representing them says.
The gradual disappearance of women from the ranks of Canada's premiers raises questions about society's willingness to embrace true equality, former female leaders and political pundits said Wednesday.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative government released a new ad against the federal carbon tax Wednesday that the opposition decried as publicly funded partisan advertising — something the Tories railed against before they were in power.
An organized labour group in Ontario wants to derail some of Premier Doug Ford's plans to axe thousands of full-time teaching positions through attrition, while phasing in an increase to intermediate and high school class sizes under the province's education revamp.
Some of Canada's largest cities are not getting the money they were promised from taxes on cannabis, despite the increased costs they face from dealing with legal recreational marijuana use in their communities.
York Regional Police seized more than 163 kilos (360 pounds) of cannabis during a traffic stop on Tuesday.
Southern Ontario Library Service says its budget will be reduced by just over half, as well as the Ontario Library Service-North.
The "Drake curse" reared it's ugly head yet again, only this time Italy's A.S. Roma decided to take matters in their own hands. The soccer club has banned all players from taking photos with the Canadian and Grammy award-winning artist following the worst defeat in recent history by a team in the French league.
Premier Doug Ford's government has earmarked more than $1 billion to repair Ontario's languishing affordable housing and to end homelessness.
A total of nine officers from Toronto's Municipal Standards and Licensing department are assigned to probe individual locations, issue closure orders and seize cannabis products and money.
The federal government has to tackle climate change given the catastrophic impact unchecked global warming will have on Canada's Indigenous people, Ontario's top court heard on Wednesday.
More than 360 teachers with the Peel District School Board have learned they will no longer have permanent positions heading into the new school year.
A statement posted late Tuesday afternoon on the Hospital for Sick Children's website says funding through grants and donations has dropped to zero over the last three years, forcing SickKids to shut down its Motherisk helplines for pregnant women and new mothers.