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The pilot is dead after a helicopter crashed in Whitchurch-Stouffville Tuesday afternoon, according to police.
The family of Tori Stafford is angry after they received official notice that child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic has been transferred from a maximum security prison in Ontario to a minimum security aboriginal healing lodge in southern Saskatchewan.
A Barrie pharmacy has launched free monthly information sessions on sexual health and sexual safety, to help bridge the information gap created by the provincial government's decision to change Ontario's sex-ed curriculum.
A review of spending commissioned by Premier Doug Ford is encouraging him to sell Crown corporations, including the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, to bring short-term cash into provincial coffers.
Ontario's Environmental Commissioner Dianne Saxe says in a report released Tuesday that the provincial government has "gutted" climate change programs that were beginning to reap benefits and has not replaced them with a "meaningful" law that is needed immediately.
The public inquiry into patient safety at Ontario's long-term care homes has resumed and is hearing closing submissions from the Health Ministry and a company that operates a home where disgraced nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer once worked.
Most of the 12 young people who died while in the care of Ontario's child welfare system had significant mental health challenges but limited or no access to appropriate help, according to a coroner's report released Tuesday.
Three people are injured, some seriously, following a double shooting and a stabbing in a north Etobicoke apartment building on Tuesday morning.
An assault charge against former Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Roberto Osuna was withdrawn Tuesday after he agreed to a peace bond.
Police say a 45-year-old man is facing charges in connection with a collision west of Toronto that claimed the lives of one woman and two children last month.
Enbridge is apologizing after billing a Toronto man nearly $3,000 and then taking months to resolve what appears to be their mistake.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford is not saying "lock her up" — the chant used by Donald Trump supporters in the 2016 U.S. election to discredit his opponent, Hillary Clinton — when referring to former Liberal premier Kathleen Wynne, but he's coming awfully close.
A former Outward Bound Canada instructor feels vindicated after a recent Ministry of Labour decision found the registered charity didn’t keep proper records of his work hours and owed the former instructor $500 in vacation pay.
The federal minster of innovation, science, and economic development is looking into revelations from a joint CBC News/Toronto Star investigation that Ticketmaster — and its parent company, Live Nation — are working with large-scale scalpers to resell millions of dollars worth of tickets.
Toronto police have identified a man killed in a shooting outside a North York community centre Monday evening as 27-year-old Paul (Boulos) Rizk.
York regional police tweeted a photo Monday of an officer holding a young pig found wandering along the major highway.
Newly released figures show Canadian officials have removed only a handful of the hundreds of irregular migrants who arrived in Canada while they were already facing deportation orders from the United States.
York Regional Police identified the victim of a shooting in Vaughan as Behget Toma Eyup, 49, from Tottenham. Three teens were arrested in connection with the shooting and now officers say they're looking for a fourth suspect.
Toronto Police and the Canadian Bankers Association are offering up to $10,000 to help find and convict 21-year-old Jesse Jack Breese and 20-year-old Nathan Hunter. They are wanted in connection with a violent bank robbery in Toronto. Breese is also wanted for a separate shooting in Barrie.
Toronto Raptors newcomer Kawhi Leonard finally addressed the media at a jam-packed news conference on Monday, saying he's excited to play in a "basketball city" where fans embrace the team. But he's still not committing to Toronto beyond this season.
Premier Doug Ford says his government plans to strike a special committee to further investigate Ontario's fiscal situation in light of a newly reviewed multibillion-dollar deficit.
A three-year-old girl bitten by a dog on the weekend in a Mississauga park suffered serious injuries but is now in stable condition in a Toronto hospital, Peel police say.
Jennifer Keesmaat is using a mayoral debate on the arts to launch sharp attacks on John Tory's transit plans and leadership amid a labour lockout.
Bill Blair says Toronto remains one of the safest cities despite the recent spate of gun violence but also stresses that action still needs to be taken.
Hamilton police have identified 19-year-old Natshon Defreitas of Toronto as the victim of an early morning homicide in the city's east end.
We now know how many seats are up for grabs on Toronto city council in municipal elections next month, now that Premier Doug Ford has succeeded in slashing the number of wards from 47 to 25. But after all the votes are counted, what will that council look like?