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Curtis McElhinney notched a 41-save shutout with Connor McDavid swooping like a bird of prey at the ACC. The anticipated showdown with “bumped and bruised” Auston Matthews didn’t happen, but the Leafs found a way on a night full of angles, Bruce Arthur writes.
Hundreds of Palestinians and supporters spent the weekend protesting United States President Donald J. Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Fourteen-year-old activist Hannah Alper is only Canadian and the youngest person on the Bloomberg's Ones to Watch in 2018 list.
The plan to guarantee income for those deemed unable to work came as part of the party’s anti-poverty strategy.
Captain Michael Bradley’s arrival didn’t just add talent to the roster. It changed the culture of a franchise.
The ‘zombie law’ may be coming to Ontario. Can you guess how many pedestrians we saw on cell phones at one Toronto intersection in 10 minutes?
The “Phones Down, Heads Up Act” has passed its first reading. Under the proposed bill, pedestrians could face fines of $50 for a first offence.
‘I stood up for the TTC’: Andy Byford reflects on his tenure, navigating messy politics and late-night calls from Rob Ford
The outgoing head of the TTC gets candid in farewell talks before taking the helm of New York City’s transit agency. He steps down Dec. 22.
The woman says she’s encouraged that the College of Chiropractors of Ontario will bring Dr. Scott Huehn before a disciplinary committee. She has also filed a human-rights complaint against Huehn and the bar where she worked.
Deadline is rapidly approaching for Justin Altmann to make a public apology for the controversial mural he put up in his office washroom.
Lebanese security forces clashed with the protesters, firing water cannons and tear gas at them as they hurled stones and burned effigies of Trump.
Police are looking to identify the man as part of the investigation into the 22-year-old woman’s death.
Open-air double-decker buses carrying Toronto's soccer champions and the MLS Cup will depart Maple Leaf Square at 11:45 a.m.
The OPP says it has taken one person into custody in relation to the investigation, but didn’t provide any further information.
In a move to be more inclusive to low-income and racialized students, the board’s task force has proposed that gifted students and students who need “special education” be integrated into regular classrooms.
Recent sexual misconduct allegations have left many GOP members in a quandary. Yet most state leaders told The Associated Press that they plan to vote for Moore on Tuesday.
Hundreds of Israeli Arabs protested Saturday along a major highway in northern Israel, while a Palestinian stabbed an Israeli security guard in Jerusalem.
A mission to see all of Canada's national parks this year involved tight planning, John Honderich writes, and a lot of luck.
What we know for sure is that this soccer squad somehow, despite all it had accomplished over the past eight months, still managed to save the best for last, writes Damien Cox.
U.S. Rep. John Lewis refused to attend the event in Mississippi, calling Trump's presence an insult.
“It’s been a great ride,” outgoing Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin said Thursday, last sitting day on the country’s top court.