Flooding was reported on several roads north of the city on Tuesday afternoon as heavy rain battered the region.
A New York ratings company has affirmed Ontario's debt rating at AA- and says the rating outlook for the province is stable.
Toronto police have released surveillance camera footage of seven people wanted after two men were lured into a Kensington Market alley and robbed last month.
York Regional Police have issued a fresh appeal for information about the whereabouts of a 26-year-old man who disappeared from Newmarket over a week ago.
Pan Am Games officials are stressing the importance of using anything but a car to get around the Toronto region as the multi-sport event gets underway.
An 18-year old man is facing charges after he allegedly broke into an Uxbridge home, took a shower, ate some food and then swam in a backyard pool naked.
The federal government is ignoring a UN panel's request to explain how Canadian mining and resource companies deal with complaints of abuse.
A massive sinkhole is creating traffic problems in the city’s west end.
Officials for the Pan Am Games are working to beef up security before the event officially gets underway on Friday.
National Chief Perry Bellegarde says he will not use his influential role as the head of the Assembly of First Nations to strike deals with the federal government without the full support of First Nations.
A preliminary inquiry for two people accused of plotting to open fire at a Halifax shopping mall heard its first day of testimony on Tuesday.
When it comes to regulating ride-hailing service Uber, Coun. Jim Karygiannis is asking the city to waste no time putting the wheels in motion.
Finance Minister Joe Oliver is tempering his optimistic outlook on the country's economy, saying it's too early to tell whether Canada has slumped into a recession.
Ontario must ramp up its efforts to curb greenhouse gases now if it hopes to hit its own ambitious 2020 targets, the province's acting environmental commissioner said Tuesday.
A man accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old boy at a community pool in the city’s east end has been arrested, Toronto police say.
Toronto police are looking for a thief who made off with a pair of valuable sports championship rings in a residential break-in.
Canada's trade deficit grew to $3.34 billion in May from $3.0 billion in April, increasing chances the Bank of Canada will cut its key interest rate next week, economists said Tuesday.
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The Toronto stock market was higher Tuesday on a day marked by volatility and a sell-off in commodities.