An Ontario woman and her family have launched a civil lawsuit seeking $500,000 in damages from Tim Hortons after she allegedly suffered second-degree burns across her stomach, genitals, and legs from a “superheated" tea.
Ontario shut down due to COVID-19 three years ago. Here's a look back.
The city hopes to build an up to 20,000 seat facility as part of a wider development
The government is proposing an update to laws that would entitle remote employees to termination notice
Some candies that you enjoy could have been made with a food colouring called red dye number three and it could be harmful to your health.
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Tests have found high levels of lead in one popular water bottle brand. Here's what you need to know.
Toronto Comicon presented by Fan Expo Canada is back, just in time for the tail-end of the March Break.
Father and Son Randy and Tal Bachman have teamed up to make music together and are criss-crossing the country.
We are giving away a family pack of four tickets to five Canadian premieres of Disney’s upcoming summer blockbusters.
TELUS Online Security Director, Leigh Tynan, shares tips to identify potential scams and how you can protect yourself from being targeted.
A. Fisher & Associates Licensed Insolvency Trustee, Andy Fisher, discusses steps to make everyday life more affordable.
Naimark Law Firm Founder and President, Ryan Naimark, discusses the firms experience with personal injury and wrongful dismissal claims.
What will it take to recover? Trevor Tombe, Professor of Economics, University of Calgary.
Guest: Jeff Morrison, President and CEO, National Airlines Council of Canada.
Guest: JF Perrault, will central banks have to rethink rate hikes in the week of bank turmoil?
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