A candlelight vigil was held Monday night to remember a 61-year-old grandmother gunned down in a Riverdale alleyway over the weekend.
Toronto police are appealing to the public for more information about a man accused of killing three people in Scarborough in a grisly triple murder that involved a crossbow.
Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers agreed late Monday to extend a mediation effort aimed at resolving their labour dispute by another 24 hours.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative leader now says it was a mistake to pledge to scrap the Liberal government's sex-ed curriculum if his party wins the 2018 election.
An international management firm has been selected to oversee the construction and operation of a new hospital complex in Vaughan.
A 29-year-old woman has been charged in connection with the alleged assault of a parking enforcement officer in downtown Toronto last week.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly pulled a woman into a laneway behind a building in Wilson Heights and sexually assaulted her.
Police are investigating after an unidentified assailant opened fire on a vehicle in Rexdale early Monday morning, wounding one passenger.
London, Ont., police have charged a 27-year-old man with second-degree murder after another man was found dead Sunday.
Fewer beds remain empty each night in Canada's emergency homeless shelters as users stay days, sometimes weeks, longer than they did a decade ago, even as their overall numbers decline.
Police have laid careless driving charges after a dump truck crashed into a guardrail and spilled diesel fuel along the Queen Elizabeth Way near Burlington.
Ontario Liberals now say they want to ban all elected provincial politicians from attending fundraisers, after months of criticism over their so-called cash-for-access events.
Niagara regional police say a house fire that was spotted by a U.S. Coast Guard patrol boat last week is a case of arson.
A 15-year-old boy from Brampton, Ont., has drowned in Lake Huron.
The number of low income Torontonians who have received emergency dental treatment through Toronto Public Health clinics has increased by nearly 60 per cent through the first six months of 2016, according to numbers released Monday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has left for his first official visit to China, with both countries expressing hope they can improve their economic connection.
Ontario police and community groups are raising the alarm that a fentanyl crisis could be looming as synthetic versions of the drug appear across the province.
Protesters forced the cancellation on Monday of the first day of hearings in Montreal into TransCanada's Energy East Pipeline project with police making three arrests.