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A female was taken to hospital in serious condition after she was slashed while in the city’s Greektown neighbourhood early Saturday morning.
When it comes to questions about who should be helping aboriginal communities navigate the Canada-U.S. border, the Liberal government's Public Safety and Indigenous Affairs departments are pointing the finger at each other.
No winning ticket was sold for the $13 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw.
A teenage girl struck by a vehicle in Brampton yesterday afternoon has died, Peel police have confirmed.
Toronto police say a 15-year-old boy has been seriously hurt after being hit by a car in northwest Etobicoke Friday afternoon.
Toronto’s medical officer of health is recommending officials move ahead with plans to set up supervised injection sites at three existing health centres across the city.
Toronto police are looking to identify a man following a sexual assault that occurred near the Art Gallery of Ontario earlier this week.
One of the two men accused of killing a Florida State University professor is pleading not guilty to the charges.
Two of the four marijuana dispensaries raided by Toronto police on Thursday afternoon plan to reopen less than a day later.
Toronto police say a 28-year-old Toronto man is in custody after a 14-year-old girl was sexually assaulted while studying in the library at Fairview Mall on Monday afternoon.
Canadians living and working in Britain say they're considering changing long-standing plans after the results of Thursday's referendum.
The occupants of a Scarborough residence escaped unharmed after a stolen van being pursued by police crashed into the front of their home and burst into flames early Friday morning.
The man accused of killing a doctor at a Calgary Chinese medical clinic will be seen by a forensic psychiatrist.
The first 60 grocery stores in Ontario allowed to sell beer can now add ciders to their shelves.
Provincial police are investigating after paint was dumped on top of one of their cruisers in Dunnville, Ont.
Police say two suspects in the robbery of an Ossington Avenue furniture store earlier this month were both wearing tight pants at the time the crime was commited.
Police have arrested a Sufi religious healer in connection with a number of sexual assaults in Peel Region.
Police have released surveillance camera footage of a suspect wanted in connection with a robbery at a restaurant in the city’s west end earlier this month.
At a currency exchange centre in downtown Ottawa, two blocks from Parliament Hill, simple signs taped to the wall mid-afternoon warned those in line that the clerks had run out of British pounds.
North American stock markets ended the day deep in the red in the wake of a vote by Britain to leave the European Union.