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Ontario's education minister says despite the government's plans to scrap the modernized sex-ed curriculum, students will continue to be taught about things like consent and gender identity this fall.
Abdoul Abdi and his supporters argued to a Federal Court judge that the Canadian and Nova Scotian governments failed him during his years in the child-welfare system, and that he should not face a deportation hearing.
London has responded to a call for help as Toronto deals with an influx of refugees and asylum claimants, essentially saying that shelters in the Forest City's are too full.
Ontario's new premier has removed the province's representative in Washington, D.C., from her position and it's not clear whether Doug Ford intends to replace Monique Smith or scrap the position. Her departure comes at a time when ongoing trade issues with the U.S. could impact Ontario's economy.
Two men face multiple charges after a road rage incident ended in a violent assault on Sunday night, according to Peel police.
As it reckons with sexual-misconduct allegations against one of its founders, the Soulpepper Academy is putting its training program on a one-year hold to conduct a review.
Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of the GTA just north of Toronto on Monday.
Opposition MPs will try to put political pressure on the government when the immigration committee holds special summer hearings on the issue of cross-border asylum seekers.
A driver smashed his car into an apartment building in the Junction Triangle overnight Monday, according to Toronto police.
A 17-month-old girl is in hospital with critical injuries after a multi-vehicle collision on Highway 401 in Toronto overnight Monday.
Representatives from two influential unions and striking workers from two private health care centres will be at Queen's Park on Monday to urge the new government to improve conditions for staff at the facilities.
After shocking revelations in the first part of the Wettlaufer inquiry, a lawyer for the serial killer's victims is expecting to grill Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care officials as testimony resumes today.
When violence hits a community, public health approach means considering the impact not just on family and friends of the victim, but everyone in the neighbourhood traumatized by violence.
Members of a family accused of letting 13 horses die while starving 15 others in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ont., have a history of fraud, theft and starving animals, a CBC Toronto investigation has found.
A trade war might be bad for the economy, but not bad enough to stop short-term hikes in U.S. and Canadian borrowing costs.
Competitive eaters went stomach-to-stomach at the World Pizza-Eating Championship in Vaughan on Sunday.
Toronto police have issued a warning after two robberies at automated teller machines took place in the Keele Street area.
Xander Bogaerts homered in his first at-bat a day after hitting a walk-off grand slam and drove in two runs, leading the Boston Red Sox past the Toronto Blue Jays 5-2 on Sunday to enter the all-star break with their best record since 1949.
The owner of a four-year-old service dog who fell ill after a stay at a Toronto PetSmart says the dog was put down on Sunday because veterinarians were unable to successfully treat her ailments.
The Toronto Blue Jays put centre-fielder Kevin Pillar on the 10-day disabled list Sunday while also placing infielder Lourdes Gurriel Jr., on the seven-day concussion list.
Toronto’s medical officer of health has issued a heat warning for the city as sweltering temperatures are expected to continue throughout the day.
Hamilton police have confirmed that the man who drowned in Hamilton harbour was former Ottawa Senators goalie Ray Emery.
Elated French fans burst out of bars and into the streets of Montreal on Sunday, dancing and singing as they celebrated their soccer team's victory over Croatia in the World Cup final. In Toronto, ecstatic fans paraded downtown, cheering and waving French flags.
The future of Ontario's partially privatized utility is again uncertain after political intervention prompted the resignation of the company's board 16 years after another mass departure.
Advocates of expanding the right to vote to many non-citizens don't expect support from Premier Doug Ford, who voted against that idea during his time on Toronto city council.
Thought that annoying system access fee was a thing of the past? Turns out, the saga isn’t over. Some people are still paying the controversial wireless phone charge. Meanwhile, a class action lawsuit targeting the fee is making its way to trial.
When Canada's premiers gather in New Brunswick for their annual summer meetings this week, the main event will undoubtedly be the debut of Ontario Premier Doug Ford. But Ford is just the latest change at the provincial level that creates new challenges for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s national agenda, particularly on climate change.
The body of a 45-year-old man from Burlington was found floating in Lake Ontario on Saturday evening.