Toronto police say they have arrested a suspect who evaded police for decades in connection with the 1983 murders of Erin Gilmour and Susan Tice – two women who were murdered months apart and whose killings were linked by DNA evidence years later.
Ontario passed a housing bill Monday intended to spur development but critics say it will lead to higher property taxes, weaken conservation authority powers, and not actually make homes more affordable.
The City of Toronto will be working with the Toronto District School Board to prioritize schools that need enhanced youth programming, mental health supports and food security initiatives, the mayor said on Monday.
The provincial government officially submitted its development application for the new Ontario Place and it includes about 12 acres of accessible public space as well as a “family-friendly” attraction.
Ontario residents have been visiting food banks in greater numbers and more often for six years running, a coalition of hunger relief organizations said Monday, noting the troubling trend appeared to escalate during the most recent year on record.
The inquiry into the Liberal government’s historic choice to invoke the Emergencies Act to quell weeks-long demonstrations against COVID-19 mandates last winter is now moving into its public policy phase.
The Durham District School Board (DDSB) says it’s currently recovering from what it calls a ‘cyber-incident’ that has left schools without access to phone or email services as well as emergency contact information.
Canada wasted little time Sunday ending its scoring drought at the men's World Cup via Alphonso Davies but could not hold off Croatia, losing 4-1 to end its hopes of reaching the tournament's knockout round.
Excitement and jubilation after Canada scored its first-ever goal at the Men's World Cup gave way to dismay after Croatia came back with a string of goals to end the team's hopes of reaching the tournament's knockout round.