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‘A little bit sour.’ Leafs slip and fall to Panthers, but it wasn’t pointless
Even though Florida prevailed in overtime, there was a lot to like about the way the Leafs played at Scotiabank Arena on Wednesday night.
More than 4,700 Ontario pharmacies now required to install time-delayed narcotics safes amid a rise in robberies
The Ontario College of Pharmacists’ mandate comes amid rising pharmacy robberies in Toronto and the GTA
Stabbing at York University leaves one man in hospital with ‘serious injuries’
Toronto police responded to reports of a group of people fighting on the grounds of the campus in North York.
‘What good is it if I pull the yellow strip?’ Metrolinx’s former communications chief calls out the 3 big telecoms for withholding cellphone service from subway riders
On the same night 16-year-old Gabriel Magalhaes was killed, Anne Marie Aikins had an encounter with an enraged commuter. She’s speaking out about the danger of not having cell access.
Bizarre new Blue Jays cap sold out in days after inspiring online mockery
A new, official Blue Jays hat featuring mysterious goop dripping from the bird logo’s beak has completely sold out after being roundly mocked online.
Battle of the bottle: How Canada’s alcohol industry got the Trudeau government to scale back a tax increase
The reprise of legendary beer-drinking characters Bob and Doug McKenzie to drum up opposition to the tax created a pressure movement beyond expectations
The most absurd moments of Gwyneth Paltrow’s ski trial so far
Unlike most legal battles, Gwyneth Paltrow’s ski trial has a strange air of levity, resulting in an explosion of meme-worthy courtroom interactions.
GTA cop’s sex assault conviction tossed over delay caused by judge’s extended vacation
The possibility that assigning Durham officer Jack Stelwagen’s case to a part-time judge might cause scheduling difficulties was “readily foreseeable,” the appeal court ruled.
Accused TTC killer was on probation for Toronto sex assault; had been ordered into mental health counselling
Documents paint a picture of a man who, bouncing in and out of homeless shelters, has continued to commit new offences despite multiple arrests.
Ismaël Koné has only been a pro for a year. He’s already taken up the mantle in Canada’s midfield
Koné was at the heart of everything good in win over Honduras. John Herdman called it “one of the best midfield performances” he’s seen here as coach.
Nova Scotia mass shooting inquiry is releasing its final report. Here’s what we learned from testimony
Three years after Canadas worst mass shooting, which killed 22, report will look at how it could have been prevented, RCMP response, role of domestic violence.
Keanu Reeves on growing up in Toronto, getting kicked out of high school and being asked to change his ‘ethnic’ name
The actor spoke candidly about his upbringing while on “Smartless,” a podcast hosted by Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and fellow Canadian Will Arnett.
Everything you need to know about MLB’s rule changes ahead of the Blue Jays’ season opener
In an effort to make the game faster and more entertaining, the MLB is introducing a pitch clock, making bases bigger and an end to the shift.
NDP releases scathing post-mortem of election loss to Doug Ford’s Tories
The New Democrats concede their lacklustre losing campaign against Premier Doug Ford’s party contributed to the record low voter turnout last spring.
A last-ditch effort to save a Toronto youth shelter means displacement for some at nearby hotel
The impending closure of a youth shelter will mean ejecting more than 100 occupants from another nearby shelter to make space
Hailey Bieber talks hockey, her Tim Hortons order and launching her skin care in Canada
As Hailey Bieber’s skin care brand Rhode arrives in Canada, we chatted to her about her daily routine, Canadian connections and love of the Leafs.
A Toronto cop allegedly ignored this woman’s domestic violence report. She was dead three days later
“You took no action to protect the complainant despite her repeated pleas that her ex-boyfriend’s behaviour caused her to fear for her safety.”
Who’s running to be Toronto mayor? Who’s bowed out? Stay up to date with our candidate tracker
The Star’s online tracker will help you stay up to date on key candidates — and potential candidates — in the race to replace John Tory on June 26.
City councillor Brad Bradford to run for mayor of Toronto with a focus on TTC safety
The city councillor vows to be a ‘strong mayor of action’ who would get city council to focus on priorities and not dither or delay.
Toronto Hydro put up a new pole years ago. Why is the old one still standing right beside it?
It’s not unusual for a decommissioned pole to languish for years after a new one is erected right beside it.