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The province is holding yet another inquest into the death of a Barton Jail inmate who died of an apparent overdose.
The child was pronounced dead at the scene after emergency crews were called to an apartment building at 50 Young Street around 5 p.m. on July 11.
A Hamilton woman and a woman from Haldimand are dead after the Utility Terrain Vehicle they were riding in crashed Sunday in Wollaston Township, Ont. northwest of Kingston.
A decade after an infamous NHL line brawl that included both goaltenders dropping the gloves at centre ice, Martin Biron gave Ray Emery a chance to take one final blow. Emery declined.
Hugh Elliott, 81, was pulled from the burning car by a police officer and an off-duty officer, but pronounced dead at the scene.
Environment Canada is warning residents in Hamilton and across the Golden Horseshoe to drink plenty of water and watch for signs of heat illness as a hot, humid airmass rests over the region Monday.
This past Friday OPP say they responded to several reported incidents throughout the day with a majority of them being medical as well as 911 hang up calls and cell phone pocket dials.
Hamilton police have confirmed that the man who drowned in Hamilton harbour was former Ottawa Senators goalie Ray Emery.
Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for Hamilton with high temperatures expected to be in the low thirties with humidex values near 40.
The trail will need politicians to approve it year after year for the next 20 years. But Tom Jackson is hopeful. "This is taxpayer money well spent."
The body of a 45-year-old man from Burlington was found floating in Lake Ontario on Saturday evening.
A woman was killed and part of a man's leg was amputated after a driver slammed into pedestrians and crashed into a former restaurant patio in Burlington, Ont., on Saturday morning, Halton police said.
As evictions happen across Canada, says Matthew Green, the government needs to step up its game when it comes to addressing the housing crisis.
The deaths of two Dundas retirees was a homicide, police say, and the pair were "innocent sleeping victims who would have experienced sheer terror."
Scientists expect the bloom will be much smaller than the largest blooms that formed in 2011 and 2015 and stretched far across the western and central areas of the lake.
If Khill, a Hamiton man who was found not-guilty of second-degree murder after he admitted he shot and killed Jon Styres, a First Nation's man, is spotted anywhere on the 18,000-hectares of land Six Nations holds, he will be escorted off by police.