Firefighters say they knocked down a large, stubborn blaze at an Etobicoke bakery that burned for nearly three hours on Tuesday night, compromising the building’s structure and prompting the shutdown of a nearby rail line.
A boat carrying a group of stargazers on a central Ontario lake had its lights on when it was struck by another boat captained by Linda O'Leary nearly two years ago, court heard Tuesday from a witness who was also charged in the crash.
New data on Toronto’s city-run shelters reveal that the system has seen an explosive surge in violence and death in the last few years. These are the stories and recommendations of those who use the system.
Some survivors of the residential school system in Ontario are reacting to the provincial government’s announcement of $10 million to support the search for unmarked burial sites with caution and skepticism.
A major push is under way to get vaccines to those more at risk as the Delta variant spreads through parts of Ontario, but new data shows that some of the people who are most in need appear to be falling behind.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spent his last day in Europe on Tuesday thanking leaders and local workers for getting COVID-19 vaccines to Canada, saying there is no "silver bullet" that results in shots being available around the world.