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Three people have died and another 15 are injured following a fire at a community housing building in Toronto's Malvern neighbourhood.
Police have released images and video of a suspect, saying that a woman found dead on the weekend was "brutally" sexually assaulted and suffocated to death.
The 911 call made by a mother accused in the death of her disabled daughter was played in court on the second day of the woman's trial.
The lawyer for a Canadian actress who has accused Jian Ghomeshi of sexual assault said that racy emails her client sent to the former CBC radio host do not change his actions.
People with physical disabilities have a new tool to avoid frustration. AccessNow.me is a website where users can place a thumbs up or thumbs down on a map of businesses, and then others can check the map to see what is and isn’t accessible.
The Toronto Zoo has revealed that its twin panda cubs are different sexes: one male, one female.
Ontario led Canada in job creation in January, adding a net total of 19,800 jobs, most of them full-time, but there are still stubborn pockets in the province where work remains scarce.
Pitcher Jesse Chavez and the Toronto Blue Jays have argued their salary arbitration case, with the sides $400,000 apart.
Police are searching for a male suspect after a person was injured in a stabbing on a TTC bus at Warden Station.
Barrie police are continuing to search for a teenager who has been missing for eight months.
Two women and a man will be sentenced next month after being found guilty of charges under the provincial Day Nurseries Act.
The Toronto Argonauts re-signed offensive lineman Wayne Smith and defensive back Jermaine Gabriel, both Canadians, to contract extensions Friday.
Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista was speaking at a luncheon recently at the University of Louisville when a video clip of his famous bat flip was replayed for those in attendance.
A 19-year-old man is in custody after allegedly bringing a saw to Old City Hall in downtown Toronto early Friday morning.
Marco Muzzo, who has pleaded guilty to six charges in a crash that killed three young siblings and their grandfather, is being released on bail.
The City of Toronto has received a "no-board" report from the province, meaning the union representing the city's outdoor workers could be in a strike position on Feb. 19.
Former press baron Conrad Black is looking to sell his 23,000-square-foot home in Toronto's exclusive Bridle Path neighbourhood.