Police have released security camera images of two suspects wanted in connection with a violent assault in Toronto’s west end last week.
The president of a local school bus drivers' union says she is “hopeful” a deal can be reached to avert a strike that would affect thousands of students in both the Toronto District School Board and the Toronto Catholic District School Board.
Police have charged a former Toronto elementary school teacher in connection with the alleged sexual assault of a student more than 45 years ago.
British Airways says a plane travelling from San Francisco to London diverted to Vancouver after members of the crew reported feeling ill.
Waterloo Regional Police say at least two suspects have been arrested in Hamilton following multiple robberies at homes in Kitchener overnight.
Dennis Oland could be released from custody today, 10 months after a jury convicted him of second-degree murder in the bludgeoning death of his multimillionaire father, Richard.
A longtime bureaucrat who helped write animal welfare laws in Ontario has been hired by two non-profit organizations to perform a deep dive into the agency charged with enforcing those laws.
Ontario's efforts to ease the upward pressure on electricity rates has been dealt a setback by a change in accounting practices.
Cooler temperatures settle in to the city and Toronto school boards are warning parents of a possible school bus driver strike. Here is some news you can use for Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016:
A Toronto city councillor has released a photo of himself flipping the bird in an effort to bring attention to what he is calling a proposed new “roof tax.”
Ontario's highest court swiftly dismissed an appeal Monday by the man convicted of killing eight-year-old Victoria Stafford.
Store owners along Bloor Street say their businesses are suffering because of bike lanes installed this summer.