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Responders aren’t sure how or why the woman ended up atop the structure at such harrowing heights.
Police say a man was just west of Locke St. on Main St. when the bus came by and the he ran at the bus with 'full force.'
A man in his 30s has died after being rushed to a trauma centre with life-threatening injuries following a drive-by shooting in the city’s west end late Wednesday evening.
New data released by the city of Toronto shows public transit ridership has increased by 11 per cent overall in May and June. The data also shows an increase in average spending in the area, up 0.3 per cent.
Kyle Howard-Muthulingam 'was often the heart of our group,' says a friend as classmates gathered to remember the 16-year-old Wednesday.
Lawyer for Barry Sherman’s cousins takes the late Apotex leader’s estate to court of appeal seeking a trial
Premier Doug Ford set his government’s course for the next four years by acting quickly on some high-profile election promises.
Ottawa is consulting Indigenous groups on which date to hold a “National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.”
Conservative MP’s contention that more diversity will “destroy what has made Canada such a great country” creates a lose-lose situation for both his leader and their party, Chantal Hébert writes
Environment Canada has issued a special air-quality statement for much of the Prairies as smoke from B.C. wafts in. Without any rain to wash away the ash, forecasts expect air quality to get even worse.
Howard-Muthulingam “was trying to assist others in need on Friday when this tragedy occurred,” the TDSB wrote in a note to its community Tuesday. “Kyle will be surely missed by our students and staff.”
Lucy Troisi says sites in her ward are responsible for a rash of violence, disorder and drug dealing that have left residents “afraid for their children to walk to school alone.”
A poll by Forum Research says 44 per cent approve of federal government’s response to the diplomatic controversy, but almost one third do not.
It seems Bernier is irked by the fact that separate from international sporting events, Canadians make lousy patriots and even lousier nationalists. If we do have a national identity it can be summed up in five words: be nice and carry on, writes Emma Teitel.
Prosecutor says Ontario Court Justice Russell Otter failed to consider the “improbability of coincidence” that two strangers would make such similar allegations against Sgt. Christopher Heard.
Ford government’s move also scraps planned elections Oct. 22 for regional chairs in Peel, York, Niagara and Muskoka as it enlarges Toronto’s wards to match federal and provincial riding boundaries.
Trinity Western University ends rule that effectively banned gay sex for students, faculty amid law school row
The private Christian university lost its Supreme Court of Canada battle in June after Ontario and B.C. law societies opposed its ‘community covenant.’
Open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau argues that the Liberal government’s 10-year, $40-billion national housing strategy must “explicitly recognize the right to housing as recognized in international law.”
Shares trade lower on news of delay in start of bricks-and-mortar sales
Council candidate and lawyer Rocco Achampong will make the case that legislation to reduce the number of wards should not be in force for the 2018 election.