Police raided three synthetic drug labs across the Greater Toronto Area last week, seizing 37 kilograms of ketamine and smaller quantities of heroin, cocaine and MDMA.
Police have released security camera photos of a suspect wanted in connection with a bank robbery in the city’s east end.
Investigators are searching for a suspect after the alleged sexual assault of a teenage girl at a home in Scarborough Junction.
No serious injuries were reported after a York Regional Police cruiser T-boned a vehicle in Vaughan Tuesday night.
A male was taken to hospital with serious injuries this morning after paramedics say he was slashed by an unknown suspect in Scarborough.
A number of Tim Hortons and Starbucks locations in Toronto were unable to accept debit or credit cards on Wednesday morning, with staff at one downtown store characterizing the situation as a large outage.
The mayor of Picton, Ont., has declared a water emergency as a precautionary measure and is asking residents to limit their water use because of contaminants leaking from a partially submerged barge.
Toronto police are searching for the driver of a vehicle that struck an OPP cruiser in Scarborough early Wednesday morning.
Purolator says it has reached a tentative contract agreement with Teamsters Canada ahead of today's strike deadline.
The deadline for Conservative leadership contenders to sign up new members has passed.
It sounds like a no-brainer -- a bike trail alongside a world-famous scenic highway through two of Canada's best-loved national parks.
Sunny skies are in Toronto’s forecast tonight and Purolator says it has reached a tentative deal with Teamsters Canada. Here is some news you can use for Wednesday, March 29, 2017:
One person is being treated in hospital after a shooting at a Chinatown housing co-op.
The OPP say they have arrested five motorcyclists in relation to a pair of incidents last summer —a crash that left one man dead and a road rage incident where two motorists were injured.
A 47-year-old man has sustained serious injuries after a collision in Brampton.
An effort to reopen the debate over the one-stop Scarborough subway extension amid rising costs and lingering questions over how many people it will serve has failed.