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It's day two of the May long weekend and all of the Ontario party leaders are making moves around the province. Kathleen Wynne gets questioned on spending a lot of time in Mississauga, an area that leaned strongly Liberal in 2014.
It hasn't taken long to see Johnny Manziel's impact with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Roughly 200 fans took in the opening day of the CFL team's training camp at Ron Joyce Stadium, which also happened to be Manziel's first practice with the Ticats after signing with the club Saturday.
Ontario's police watchdog is investigating after a 25-year-old man in Brantford, Ont., was found seriously injured under a police cruiser.
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel says he has signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, posting to his Twitter account on Saturday that joining the CFL "is the best opportunity for me moving forward and I’m eager for what the future holds.”
Ontario's police watchdog is investigating after a man was wounded by police at a Fort Erie, Ont. hospital following the stabbing of another man.
The jury took two days to consider the 47 proposed recommendations, which suggested upgraded searches, a designated canine unit to sniff our contraband and better video equipment.
Hamilton has seen a "significant rise" in the number of reported animal exposures from people interacting with baby raccoons, prompting a warning about the contagious, viral disease.
The provincial police watchdog says there are “reasonable grounds” to suggest a Hamilton cop broke the rules of the highway traffic act when she hit a senior in a crosswalk — yet no criminal charges are being laid.
As of Friday morning, PC candidates have reportedly skipped meetings in at least 25 ridings across the province.
A woman who police say was running a rental scam out of a home where she was about to be evicted is now facing criminal charges.
It's the final day before the Victoria Day long weekend but things are not slowing down on the campaign trail. Many party leaders know that voters use the weekend to gather with family and, in many instances, talk politics.
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says she is "100% committed to funding the Hamilton LRT" — a day after saying that if she is elected premier, the city could use the $1 billion the province has earmarked for the project for other transit projects if it chooses.
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As retailers face the challenge of growing online sales, shifting demographics and the demise of department stores that traditionally anchored shopping centres, one expert says the Burlington Mall is off to a great start when it comes to surviving.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the city have tentatively settled a lawsuit over Tim Horton's Field Stadium arising out of construction delays and months of problems with the stadium after it opened.
Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford faced tough questions on Thursday as controversy dogs the abrupt resignation of the party's candidate in Brampton East.
After widespread online backlash, Hamilton is backtracking on a bylaw order that put the anarchist symbol in the same "hate material" category as the swastika.