Police say a Caledonia, Ont., man who disappeared in 1992 took the name of a dead boy and lived under the assumed name until his death 10 years later.
Missing 10-year-old girl Saquanna Duncan was found safe Friday morning after police searched for the child in the Eglinton West neighbourhood overnight.
A daring escape from an overnight fire downtown, more sunshine ahead, a big subway closure to know about and the city opens its doors this weekend; Here’s some news you can use this Friday, May 22, 2015.
A man robbed an East York variety store overnight, fleeing with stolen cash.
Toronto police say a 33-year-old man who was gunned down in front of his car in the Junction Triangle last night was a father of five with no criminal record.
Toronto police are investigating following a downtown shooting Thursday night.
Ontario's premier is raising the possibility of back-to-work legislation for striking teachers, as thousands of students have been out of school for nearly five weeks.
Carding should be used as a “valuable tool” to target street gangs, new chief Mark Saunders told CP24 Thursday.
York Regional Police’s hot pursuit of a donkey came to a peaceful conclusion last Friday when the animal was reunited with its owner.
A two-alarm fire at a Junction Triangle rooming house over the weekend that left one person dead has now been deemed a homicide, police announced Thursday afternoon.
The game of election debate chicken continues, this time with the opposition parties agreeing to a pair of debates on the major TV networks and the Conservatives snubbing the talks.
Police in Hamilton say two people are facing murder charges in the death of man found suffering from serious injuries following a street robbery earlier this month.
Police have identified the victim in a fatal shooting outside an east-end cafe as a 21-year-old Toronto man.
The debate over what to do with the aging Gardiner Expressway could include a discussion about road tolls if one city councillor gets his way.
A decision on the legality of secondary school teacher strikes in three separate school boards won’t be made until next week.
Peel Regional Police say they are investigating a hate crime after a Mississauga church was vandalized earlier this week.
Dufferin Street is no longer the worst road in the province but it remains unchallenged for the dubious distinction in the City of Toronto.
Durham Regional Police shut down a section of King Street East in Oshawa for more than an hour Wednesday afternoon after a man was seen brandishing a handgun in a nearby apartment building.
Canada Post's plan to end home mail delivery would become a dead letter if the NDP were to win the federal election this fall.