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The Toronto Blue Jays traded utility infielder Aledmys Diaz to the Houston Astros on Saturday for starting pitcher Trent Thornton. Diaz, 28, hit .263 in 130 games this past season with 18 home runs and 55 RBI.
The union representing postal workers has just rejected an offer from Canada Post. It now seems the Crown corporation will head into its busiest time of year mired in a labour dispute.
No one was injured after part of a pedestrian bridge collapsed in Toronto's Crescent Town neighbourhood early Saturday.
An Owen Sound man is dead after a house fire this week in Georgian Bluffs, Ontario Provincial Police say.
Premier Doug Ford's government took a giant step toward taking control of the future of Ontario Place this week, but some critics argue the redevelopment doesn't have to "reinvent the wheel."
One person's leftover support pillars are another person's unintentional art project. Meet the man trying to save a piece of a Toronto highway ramp.
The early snow and cold weather has a Barrie-area ski resort firing up its chairlifts Saturday for the earliest opening in over 20 years.
In the midst of literary award season, a new report says Canada's authors are struggling more than ever before. Fewer publishing houses, reduced income from educational copying, and publishers' focus on bestsellers are some of the reasons even award winners have to get day jobs.
Doug Ford has built a wedge between francophones and his government in Ontario — and it could frustrate Andrew Scheer's hopes of gaining ground in Quebec.
The combination of an all-boys private school with a particular emphasis on sports teams could create the environment for sexualized hazing like what is alleged to have occurred at St. Michael's College School in Toronto.
Students taking standardized tests in Ontario schools this year will be able to wear headphones and access some online calculators and language resources, Ontario's Education Quality and Accountability Office says.
A Peel Regional Police officer is facing multiple assault charges in connection with two separate incidents in 2017.
The first big gathering of Progressive Conservative party members since Doug Ford’s decisive election victory takes place this weekend in Toronto.
Canada Post has asked 190 international partners to halt mail and parcel shipments to Canada as it reels under a backlog resulting from a labour dispute. The Trudeau government gave one final push Friday to bring the dispute to a close, suggesting it will act quickly if rotating strikes continue beyond a Saturday midnight deadline.
Officials at a Toronto private boys' school announced Friday they've notified police about a third "incident" as the school continues to deal with a crisis sparked by allegations that students have been assaulted or sexually assaulted on camera.
Passengers who rode aboard a plane that crash landed in Guyana last week arrived back in Toronto Friday with harrowing stories and harsh criticism for the airline.
Some, including the province, believe an exemption for new units would boost Ontario's much-needed housing stock. Others argue there's no evidence the newly-announced changes would help.
Two Toronto city councillors were charged with campaign finance violations Friday by the Ontario Provincial Police's anti-rackets unit for allegedly failing to disclose tens of thousands of dollars worth of spending.
The provincial government is excluding Ontario Hockey League players from employment standards legislation in order to keep a "level playing field" with other major junior hockey leagues.
A national doctors' group is raising concerns about the Ontario government's move to allow employers to require workers to provide a doctor's note to explain even minor illnesses, such as the common cold.
A messy mix of snow and rain fell across the GTA overnight making for tough driving conditions that could slow down commuters on Friday morning.
A warning to commuters this weekend — Sunday's Santa Claus Parade means fun for the whole family, but watch out for the usual public transit diversions. Also, the TTC's Line 3 Scarborough will be closed on Saturday for maintenance and track work.
Ontarians who were bracing for slashing and burning by the Doug Ford government may be relieved that no huge program cuts were unveiled in Thursday's mini-budget.
Two Toronto hospitals that have a financial relationship with a private company that banks blood from babies' umbilical cords say they need to be more upfront about their affiliation after an investigation by CBC’s The Fifth Estate raised questions about their practices.
On any given day in downtown Toronto, you'll see a flurry of bike couriers pedalling their way through traffic, bags strapped to their backs, on their way to deliver your next meal. But if those couriers get hurt on the job, a Marketplace investigation has found their eligibility for work-related compensation depends on which app they deliver for.
Child welfare advocates are critical of the Ontario government's announcement Thursday during its fall economic statement that it was shutting down the office of the children and youth advocate for Ontario.
A Toronto-based publication widely criticized for disseminating hate speech against minorities, Jews, women and the LGBTQ community has been permanently banned from distribution through Canada Post.
Stagehands who had been locked out of work at Toronto's Exhibition Place have reached a new collective agreement, ending a months-long labour dispute.
Months after Ontario's finance minister said finding fiscal balance will "require everyone to make sacrifices without exception," the public got its first glance at how the government will try to do it.