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  Power and water have been shut off at a residential high-rise in St. James Town after a burst pipe caused damage to the building’s electric room.
  Provincial police say they are investigating the deaths of two people in Collingwood, Ont.
  After several days of bitter cold, Toronto could be in for another bout of winter weather.
  Triple killer Dellen Millard is appealing his first-degree murder conviction and sentence for the death of his father, arguing the outcome of his ...
  Canadian peacekeepers in Mali were pressed into service after extremists with links to al-Qaida attacked a United Nations base on Sunday, killing 10 and...
  Ontario's premier is defending his claims that a federal carbon tax will cause Canada to plunge into recession after the federal government and...
  A man has been pronounced dead after falling many storeys in an industrial accident downtown.
  Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the federal government is looking at ways to make home-buying more affordable for millennials.
  Nearly 700 drivers were charged by police during a crackdown on distracted driving last week.
  In the year leading up to legalization, there was a significant uptick in the use of cannabis, notably among millennials and people aged 50 and...
  A Toronto police officer has pleaded guilty to misconduct at a tribunal hearing for using his position to obtain a woman's information for...
  Ontario Provincial Police have re-opened the case of a man who died in a jail cell after an interaction with correctional services staff.
  More than half of Ontario's eligible municipalities have opted in as willing hosts to cannabis stores in the spring.
  Two downtown city councillors are calling on the city to declare a state of emergency amid a housing crisis that they say is having “deadly consequences” for...
  The driver of a vehicle involved in a collision in Leaside last weekend has died, Toronto police confirm.
  Crews are working to control a two-alarm fire that broke out at a building in the city’s east end this morning.
  China is issuing fresh demands that the U.S. abandon its request that Canada extradite a senior telecom executive who was detained in Vancouver last...
  Canadians will finally see Health Canada's modern spin on healthy eating today.
  Police say a fire that ignited three vehicles in a gated area in Scarborough this morning is being investigated as “suspicious.”
  Toronto police are investigating after shots were fired at a building in Etobicoke late Monday night.
  The City of Brampton will allow the sale of marijuana inside licensed retail stores.
  A privacy breach involving a social services office in Mississauga impacts thousands of recipients of the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP), CTV ...
  The chief operating officer of Toronto beauty brand Deciem says the company's founder Brandon Truaxe has died.
  There have been at least 29 homicides in long-term care homes in Ontario in the past six years, a health-care advocacy group said Monday.
  A 93-year-old woman whose body was found in the snow outside a Montreal seniors residence Sunday was the mother of former Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe.
  The premier of Ontario says a federal carbon tax will plunge the country into recession.
  An Ontario judge will review psychiatric reports before handing down a sentence for a woman who draped herself in an ISIL banner and...
  As Ontario's Liberals regroup following their electoral drubbing last summer, one of the few remaining elected members wants to give more people ...
  One of two people accused of in a rash of thefts in the city’s Bloor-Annex neighbourhood has been identified.
  Police say the suspect in a bank robbery in Riverdale last week didn’t manage to get too far after he was spotted fleeing the financial institution...
  A 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a daylight shooting in the city’s east-end earlier this month.
  It will be a frigid start for those heading to work this morning as bitterly cold temperatures hang on in the city.
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