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When Sheza Hasan came home earlier this week, she was surprised to find a mysterious box had been left on her front porch. When she opened it up, she found 25 handmade dolls made of fabric and sporting a variety of colourful outfits.
A teenager has been transported to a Toronto hospital with serious injuries following a shooting in Oshawa.
Scarborough residents are demanding answers from the city after a new outdoor skating rink and trail — that was scheduled to open in January 2017 but remained unfrozen and behind construction fences — will have to be ripped out and built again.
Arnold Chan, the Liberal MP for Scarborough-Agincourt, was remembered by dignitaries and colleagues, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, at a church service in Toronto on Saturday.
A mysterious photo collage in the mayor of Whitchurch-Stouffville's office bathroom, featuring political players and residents, was "vexatious and disturbing to staff and amounted to a serious incident of workplace harassment," an ethics probe found.
Coach's Corner commentator Don Cherry thinks it would be best if Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul "lay on the California beach" and "enjoy the dough."
Durham Regional Police say a driver killed in a head-on collision between a car and a school bus on Friday evening was a 28-year-old Oshawa man. Investigators are now appealing to another driver who was reportedly nearby at the time of the crash to come forward.
A Hamilton police officer who was struck by a vehicle on Friday afternoon while enforcing the speed limit has been treated at a hospital for minor injuries and released.
Six young men were taken to hospital, two in life-threatening condition, after a passenger van crashed into a tree early Saturday, police say.
Patrick James says bureaucratic red tape and bad locations have all but killed Toronto’s portrait artist scene.
Hundreds of wounded warriors from around the world are in Toronto for the Invictus Games, with Prince Harry on hand to kick off Saturday night's opening ceremony.
Melanie Zukowski has always found it easier to express herself through song than in words, so when she found herself grappling with the loneliness of a husband constantly away in the military, she decided to use her voice to create a kind of family of her own.
A Toronto councillor is warning the city has fewer paramedics with advanced life support (ALS) skills working these days, but Canada’s largest ambulance service says if you have an emergency you’re still in good hands.
The PEACE Project weaves together the experiences of palliative care patients and their families in a theatre production, with every line a direct quote from a patient or caregiver. "It is not just about death," Dr. Brenda Sabo says. "It's about quality of life."
A Toronto teacher at the Caribbean International Academy in St. Maarten paints a disturbing picture of the destruction wrought by Hurricane Maria.
CWA Canada says a majority of staff in the National Post's newsrooms in Toronto and Ottawa have signed cards to support forming a union.
Kelly Scanlan, a 26-year-old veteran of the Canadian Forces, was inspired by her Invictus training to revisit a dream she thought was lost to her after a pre-deployment injury.
Toronto's ombudsman has opened an investigation into the bylaw governing the heating and cooling of the city's apartment buildings, as some landlords have reportedly turned off the air conditioning during a late September heat wave that has settled over the region — with temperatures expected to rise above 30 C this weekend.