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Toronto police are asking for the public’s help location a missing six-year-old girl in the city's north end.
Police have identified a man fatally wounded in a stabbing in Brampton yesterday as 25-year-old Joshua Hilario.
Rob Ford said he should soon know if and when he can undergo potentially life-saving surgery to remove his cancerous tumours.
Two men are dead after scaffolding collapsed at a construction site in Toronto’s High Park neighbourhood Friday morning.
Construction workers at Yorkdale Shopping Centre have been asked to stay away from the mall’s food court during their working hours.
Two 18-year-old Uxbridge men have been charged for allegedly threatening to slit the throats of teens and slashing tires in Caesarea last week.
The Conservative government will amend its anti-terrorism bill to make it clear that new information-sharing provisions would not target protesters who act outside the letter of the law.
Police want you to think twice about adding strangers as ‘friends’ on Facebook, especially if they are of the opposite gender.
Hydro One says it will have invested more than $845 million to improve electricity reliability in Toronto and the GTA by the end of 2018.
Francis Boucher is facing three new charges after surrendering to authorities following several days on the lam.
A group of senior police officers investigating Rob Ford tasked an undercover officer with luring a friend of the former mayor into a drug deal, court heard Friday.
Ontario's police watchdog says it is investigating an injury sustained by a 21-year-old woman who was hit by gunfire during an incident in Mississauga that also left a man dead and two police officers injured.
Mayor John Tory says a new policy that addresses the controversial practice of ‘carding’ is an “important landmark in advancing bias-free policing.”
Executives in Ontario's electricity, education and health sectors topped the annual sunshine list of public sector employees paid over $100,000 in 2014.
Mayor John Tory set a new record for fundraising in last year’s mayoral race.
A judicial pre-trial hearing has been put over until April 28 in the Jian Ghomeshi sexual assault case.
Quebec will forge ahead with its own gun registry after losing out in a Supreme Court decision that could have future political consequences in the province.
Police are on the lookout for three suspects after a car was stolen from a man in North York early Friday.
March may be on its way out, but colder temperatures are staging a return.
A cat lost six years ago in eastern Ontario will be reunited with her owner in Alberta next month.