A dozen hand-drawn, and sometimes abstract, pieces of art are on display in west-end Toronto. The gallery debut is a major upgrade for the artist -- whose usual canvases include her parent’s hallways and refrigerator.
Canada's national security agency briefed the Ontario premier's chief of staff after allegations of election interference by China were tied to a member of his caucus, Premier Doug Ford said Tuesday.
Two men have been arrested and charged with numerous offences, including attempted murder, in connection with two violent, knifepoint carjackings that occurred on Sunday and Monday in Toronto’s west end.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says an environmental study the federal government is reportedly planning on launching shouldn't slow down work to develop housing on lands the province recently removed from the Greenbelt.
Toronto is facing $46.5 billion in fiscal pressures over the next decade and the situation has become so dire that it is likely to threaten the city’s “fiscal stability and the sustainability of its service levels” without action, a new report is warning.