Toronto police, along with several other police services in Ontario, say they have successfully dismantled a criminal street gang, arresting more than 114 people who are now facing roughly 800 charges.
Ontario is reporting more than 900 new cases of COVID-19, a single-day increase after several days of case numbers in the 800s, but officials now say that the number may be partially inflated due to a delayed reporting of cases in Toronto.
Tenants at the Lenmore Court apartment buildings in Scarborough are nervous and devastated after learning their new landlord is proposing to build a nine-storey condo where three affordable apartment buildings now stand.
Eyelash extensions are a booming business but with many lash salons closed or operating at half capacity due to COVID-19, some people are finding lash technicians to come to their home to perform the service.
A new staff report is recommending that the city spend tens of millions of dollars on smart traffic signals and other technology in response to a “drastic shift” in commuting patterns since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Five million images of Canadian shoppers were collected without customers' knowledge through facial recognition software used by Cadillac Fairview, a parent company of malls across the country, according to an investigation by privacy officials.
York Region Public Health says at least 44 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been linked to a wedding in Vaughan, becoming the second largest cluster of cases connected to such an event in the region.