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There's growing tension about the politics of territorial acknowledgements. Hayden King, an Anishinaabe writer and educator, spoke to Unreserved host Rosanna Deerchild about what they mean in today's political climate, and how they can be improved. Here's part of that conversation.
Hundreds of women have gathered in downtown Toronto on Saturday despite cold and snow to let the Ontario government know they won't stay silent against cuts that affect their rights.
Believed to be the first black reporter at the CBC, Ernest Tucker broke the news of John F. Kennedy's assassination to CBC Radio listeners, met Ringo Starr and Louis Armstrong, and mentored generations of journalists as a teacher at John Abbott College.
Two people were injured, one critically, after a car smashed into a bridge abutment on the edge of Leaside early Saturday, Toronto police say.
With so much at stake at the political level, Scarborough transit riders are buzzing about the challenges facing the transit system and what to do next — so CBC Toronto hit the rails to hear their thoughts.
The Prologue to the Performing Arts organization has a simple mission: to expose as many young students as possible across Ontario to the performing arts, no matter what community or neighbourhood they come from.
Families from across the city are flooding into Regent Park's state-of-the-art recreational facilities, shutting out local kids from low-income families, according to the local city councillor.
It's been a year since Toronto police announced that Bruce McArthur had been arrested. Since then, police have taken steps to renew their approach to missing persons cases, while trying to heal rifts with some members of the LGBT community.
With researchers sounding the alarm that loneliness can cause serious physical as well as mental harm, and statistics indicating rates are on the rise, here are coping strategies people are using to deal with their feelings of being disconnected.
Environment Canada has issued an extreme cold warning for Toronto and surrounding areas as windchill values are expected to approach –35 at times over the weekend.
Canadian Abdihakim Guleid and five others are accused of aiding extremist gunmen who launched an assault on a hotel and business complex in the country's capital, Naorobi, killing at least 21 people.
A group of doctors is sounding the alarm over a planned closure of the pediatrics and obstetrics ward at what's known to many as the Scarborough Grace Hospital.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has appointed Hazel McCallion, the 97-year-old former mayor of Mississauga, Ont., as a special adviser.
Police allege the accused operated a criminal enterprise that recruited women — mostly from China — to travel to the U.S. and elsewhere to engage in prostitution.
The federal minister tasked with studying a handgun ban for Canada hopes to make a recommendation to cabinet within the next two weeks.
Drake doesn't own the 6ix — at least, he doesn’t own that trademark after a decision from the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO).
Doug Ford's government is asking developers to submit ideas to redevelop Ontario Place, saying it wants to open a world-class, year-round destination.
Some disappointed Harry Potter fans may be in need of a magic spell to go back in time. The die hard fans say they’ve been unable to secure refunds for a Harry Potter-themed event that’s now been postponed two times due to legal issues.
TTC staff are recommending the fare increase to provide more revenue, with a rise expected across the board except for adult cash fares.
Toronto police Insp. Hank Idsinga said Friday "there is a lot of work to be done" to improve relations between the city's LGBT community and the police force.
Last spring, Marketplace host Charlsie Agro and her identical twin sister, Carly, bought DNA ancestry kits from five of the most popular companies in the industry. Find out why some of the results they received left a team of computational biologists at Yale University baffled.
This weekend is expected to be freezing cold. But if you are willing to bundle up and have some fun, there are some pretty cool events you can go to.
One person was killed in a fail-to-remain collision in The Annex on Thursday night, according to police.
Bitter cold and wind chill values as low as -30 are set to hit Toronto over the weekend as snow blows into the city as a party of winter storm system tracking south of the Great Lakes.
A pedestrian was taken to hospital in serious condition on Thursday after being struck by a vehicle in the city's east end.
Student organizations say the Ontario government's decision to allow college and university students to opt out of the fees that fund campus groups, student newspapers and clubs will make the province's post-secondary institutions less transparent.
Ontario's Progressive Conservative government is eliminating free tuition for students from low-income families while also cutting tuition fees.
A whopping 58 per cent of all food produced in Canada – 35.5 million tonnes – is lost or wasted, according to a new report, and about a third of that wasted food could be “rescued” and sent to communities in need across the country.