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An unflinching Prime Minister Stephen Harper reiterated his government's hard line on Wednesday on Hamas, Russia and Chinese cyberattacks.
A 15-year-old girl has died after becoming trapped under the crossbar of a soccer net north of Toronto Wednesday afternoon.
York Regional Police have charged two teenagers after an incident involving what appeared to be BB guns led to their gunpoint arrest at a Vaughan park.
A Toronto police officer accused of killing 18-year-old Sammy Yatim will face an additional charge in connection with the case, according to a media report.
The body of a 15-year-old boy who went missing after swimming in Lake Erie has been found.
Coun. Mary-Margaret McMahon says she was not at fault for a collision that landed her in hospital Sunday morning, despite what a Toronto driver is saying.
It’s been 29 years since eight-year-old Toronto girl Nicole Morin went missing but police say they are doing what they can to keep the case alive in the minds of the public.
A network of downtown bicycle lanes that Toronto city council approved in May has officially opened.
Health Canada says thousands of bike and skateboard helmets are being voluntarily recalled due to a potential safety hazard.
A former OPP officer has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 15 years after being convicted of second-degree murder in the death of his girlfriend.
A month after losing a federal byelection in Trinity-Spadina, former NDP candidate Joe Cressy says he’s running for city council in the area.
A member of the Canadian Armed Forces has been charged with drug offences in the Trenton, Ont., area.
The Manitoba government plans to change the name of the province's August civic holiday to Terry Fox Day.
We are halfway through the work week and there's a lot to keep in mind today. Here's some news you can use for Wednesday, July 30, 2014:
A new U.S.-Canadian authority will oversee the construction, operation and maintenance of a proposed six-lane bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ont., officials from both countries announced Wednesday.
Canadians are becoming increasingly pessimistic about the economy and the availability of jobs -- except those in the booming West -- a new survey suggests.
Aboriginal people in Ontario are prepared to lay down their lives to protect their traditional lands from any unwanted development, a group of First Nations chiefs said Tuesday.
The Toronto stock market advanced Wednesday, powered by solid earnings and an indication from the U.S. Federal Reserve that it is in no rush to raise interest rates.