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Toronto police say a suspect wanted in connection with the deadly shooting at Garden Restaurant last year has turned himself into police.
One person has been transported to hospital in critical condition following a crash in Thornhill.
A 38-year-old woman is facing a combined 18 charges after she allegedly stole an estimated $150,000 from victims she had promised to provide with low-fare airplane tickets to the Philippines.
Four people have been transported to hospital following a multi-vehicle collision in Vaughan.
Elizabeth May is calling for a return to door-to-door mail delivery by Canada Post, saying the agency can pay for the service by diversifying into services such as banking in rural areas.
Police in Jamaica have confirmed that a person of interest that was being sought in connection with the fatal shooting of a 14-year-old Toronto boy has turned himself in for questioning.
Halifax-based charter airline CanJet has suspended all flight operations, according to the company's president Stephen Rowe.
Tom Mulcair touted the NDP's plans to boost tourism and improve disaster response on Tuesday, as he toured British Columbia's wine country, a region hard hit by wildfires, drought and dwindling American tourism.
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Streets in the city’s financial district remain closed this morning due to reports of an unstable antenna on top of Trump Tower.
The RCMP is laying a torture charge against a former Syrian military intelligence officer for alleged involvement in the brutal treatment of Ottawa telecommunications engineer Maher Arar.
Canada's economy hit reverse for the second straight quarter of 2015 -- knocking the country backwards into its first technical recession in six years, fresh Statistics Canada data revealed Tuesday.
Toronto police say one person has been taken to hospital and a suspect is in custody after a stabbing near High Park overnight.
A 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the robbery of two banks in the city’s west end over the last three weeks.
Contract negotiations are set to resume today between the province and the union representing elementary school teachers in Ontario.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau plans to spend much of the week trying to shore up support in his home province, where his party has been squeezed by the dominant New Democrats.
The Ontario government’s new road safety legislation comes into effect Tuesday, which includes steeper fines for distracted drivers and more protections for cyclists, tow trucks and school buses.
Peel Regional Police say they are searching for suspects after a carjacking in Brampton overnight.
A man has been arrested for impaired driving after hitting multiple hydro poles on the Danforth.
Canadians on average are socking away more money for potential financial emergencies than in the past, but a new survey has found that almost a quarter are still living paycheque to paycheque.