Toronto Police are trying to identify a driver who allegedly struck a pedestrian with their vehicle following a verbal altercation in Etobicoke last month.
A suspect in a Scarborough shooting has been taken into custody after ditching their car on Highway 401 and running across multiple lanes of traffic, police say.
One person is dead after an apparent hit-and run near Newmarket.
Toronto police are working to identify a man wanted in a sexual assault investigation in the downtown core.
A St. Catharines, Ont., auto plant says it has been cleared to reopen after an acid spill sent up to two dozen of its employees to a Niagara Region hospital on Tuesday.
A five-year-old Hamilton boy battling brain cancer had one request: he wanted to see monsters. Earlier this month, 1,000 strangers made his wish come true.
Justin Trudeau met Wednesday with some of the distraught residents of Port aux Basques, N.L., while getting a close look at yet another coastal town shattered on the weekend by post-tropical storm Fiona.
Less than one per cent of the 8,400 University of Toronto students living on campus have requested an exemption to its triple-COVID-19-shot mandate, the school said Wednesday.
The Canadian generic pharmaceuticals giant founded by murdered billionaire Barry Sherman in 1974 has agreed to a takeover.
Ontario’s Fire Marshall hopes that a chilling fictitious video in which a child is heard calling 911 while trapped in a house fire will encourage residents to check their smoke alarms.
Ontario is no longer pursuing charges against a former member of parliament and a former member of provincial parliament for attending COVID-19 restriction protests.
Durham police have released surveillance camera footage of a suspect vehicle wanted in connection with a shooting behind an Ajax plaza that wounded six people this past summer.
Jeremy MacKenzie, the founder of the online group “Diagolon,” was arrested in Nova Scotia on Wednesday on charges related to an allegation of assault in Saskatchewan from last year.
Canada Post is launching four new stamps showcasing Indigenous artists' visions for truth and reconciliation.
Gas prices in the Greater Toronto Area are set to rise five cents tomorrow and are expected to continue rising this fall, according to one industry analyst.
Election signs will be popping up on lawns, fences, boulevards, and utility poles throughout Toronto starting tomorrow.
Mayoral hopeful Gil Penalosa has unveiled a new transit plan, which would see more than 60 kilometers of high-speed bus lanes installed across Toronto.
The Ontario government may have to pay around $8 billion if a court challenge launched by public workers lands in favour of the workers, a new report estimates.
The iconic Toronto sign at Nathan Phillips Square has received a makeover.
The Scarborough Health Network (SHN) and the University of Toronto are being handed what officials describe as a 'transformational gift' meant to bolster health care in the eastern GTA.
A tight labour market and elevated savings during the pandemic will cushion the impact of a recession on Canadians, says a new report from Deloitte.
A report by Re/Max Canada forecasts the national average home sale price in Canada will fall 2.2 per cent in the final months of the year.
Azin Rezaeian kneels on the ground and screams "Say her name" each time she snips off a chunk of her long black hair.
A coroner's inquest into the death of an Indigenous teen whose body was found near a group home is set to continue today in Hamilton.
Canada’s financial intelligence agency says a wide range of businesses — from food wholesalers to electronics repair services — are being used to disguise the proceeds of illicit cannabis operations.