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The Liberal government had pledged a 33 per cent boost but the Ontario government says it is looking at how best to deliver services.
‘Right now Toronto needs a mayor who can speak to the whole city, the suburbs as well as downtown, and can get the new city council working well together. John Tory has shown he is best placed to do that.’
Police say five men tied up workers and stole “several garbage bags” full of dried weed one day after legalization.
Public transit, housing affordability top of mind among Toronto voters, according to new data that provides a snapshot of how we think about local politics.
School councils say provincial government’s move is unfair — and unexpected.
We need someone with passion and vision who will defend our city, speak for it and build it, Edward Keenan writes.
A 23-year-old Markham man has been charged with impaired driving after a collision early Friday morning closed Highway 7 for five hours, in what York Region police said was their first cannabis-related impaired driving arrest after legalization.
Patrick McMurray will close the Irish pub on Saturday, Oct. 27.
David Weaver, 37, of Nelson, B.C., was ordered not to be within 100 metres of Ripley’s Aquarium — or Medieval Times, where he allegedly assaulted a man.
As voters head to the polls Monday, whether they have kids or not, people should remember that school boards and trustees spend their money, shape their future and define their neighbourhoods.
Letters to shoplifters threaten legal action if hundreds in damages aren’t paid — even if the goods are recovered
Accused shoplifters, and parents of minors accused of the crime, often receive demands on behalf of retailers for hundreds of dollars. But some lawyers say they advise clients to simply ignore them.
After Bruce McArthur’s arrest and criticism over missing persons cases, Toronto police moved to ‘step up our game’
The Toronto Police missing persons unit launched in July has a “mountainous challenge” with 4,200 files a year and open cases as old as 1953.
“I never stared at somebody so long and so hard as I did that day,” Jessica Melo recalled of her meeting with Charles Gagne, the man who murdered her father, Eddie (Hurricane) Melo.
Air force personnel felt pressured to turn a blind eye setting the stage for a boozy flight last year that saw the alleged sexual assault of one military flight attendant, other rule-breaking activities in an atmosphere of free-flowing alcohol, an investigation has revealed.
“Basic income will go right back into local businesses,” the CEOs wrote in an open letter to Queen’s Park urging Doug Ford and Social Services Minister Lisa MacLeod to reverse their decision to shutter the program, launched in 2017 by the previous Liberal government.
Through La Tablée des Chefs, the non-profit he founded in 2003, Jean-François Archambault ensures surplus food from the hotel and restaurant industry ends up on the plates of the needy. He is one of 12 people the Star is profiling who are making our lives better.
Unlikely as it seems, Canada’s first day as the world’s largest legal marijuana marketplace turned out to be pretty much just another day.
Murderer and rapist denied parole while showing he still thinks it’s all about him.
Fearless former Grassy Narrows chief fought for better care of community members sickened by mercury poisoning.
Raptors’ newest star can be a game-changer, a season-changer. The rest comes later, Bruce Arthur writes.