19 min ago
Ontario man charged in 1991 sex assault of girl, 9, Toronto police say
Twenty-two years after a nine-year-old girl was lured from her apartment building lobby and sexually assaulted, a suspect has been arrested, police announced Friday.
4 hrs ago
Via Rail train involved in fatal crash in eastern Ontario
One person is dead after a Via Train struck an individual walking on the tracks near the town of Alexandria, Ont.
8 hrs ago
The Winnipeg Free Press
City hall working despite Toronto mayor's 'crack cocaine' scandal, deputy says
Calling it "urgent" that the city's beleaguered mayor address the crack video scandal raging around him, Toronto's deputy mayor said Friday residents are becoming increasingly concerned about the situation.
Fri May 24, 2013
Brampton man charged in cold-case sex assault of a nine-year-old girl
Toronto police have charged a man in a cold-case sexual assault of a nine-year-old girl that occurred over twenty years ago.
New Canadian online marketplace seeks to aid artisans from developing nations
Hedvig Alexander sits in a quiet coffee shop steps from Toronto's bustling financial hub, a markedly different landscape from the war-ravaged nation where she spent seven years.
The Windsor Star
Police arrest suspect in Parent Avenue arson
The Ontario Fire Marshal's office was being called in to investigate this garage fire in the 400 block of Parent, Ave.
UFO: Orb shocks Oakville, Ontario golf players
What did golf players see over Oakville, Ontario, Canada at 1:30 PM on 5 May 2013 that was reported on the Mutual UFO Network ? On the golf course, spotted one hovering orb that began to move left to right and was hovering, disappeared for a second, then appeared left to it's original position with another orb and was also moving in different ... (more)
UFO: Rectangles fly over Aurora, Ontario
Rectangular UFO entities were observed flying over Aurora, Ontario on 22 April 12:00 AM, as reported by an eyewitness.
More students to enjoy the great outdoors in Claremont
More students to enjoy the great outdoors in Claremont. PICKERING -- Ajax-Pickering MP Chris Alexander announced funding support from the federal government for the revitalization of the Claremont Outdoor Education Centre.
Second suspect in Tim Bosma test drive killing charged with first-degree murder
A second suspect in the death of Tim Bosma, a Hamilton father who took two men on a test drive and never returned, appeared briefly in court Thursday and was charged with first-degree murder.
Thu May 23, 2013
The Waterloo Region Record
Jurors convict man who was shot by local officer
Jurors began their deliberations Wednesday at the trial of Ryan Arcon, a Waterloo man shot multiple times by police more than three years ago.
Walter Maskel wins awards at Theatre Ontario Festival
At the annual Theatre Ontario Festival held this year in Kingston, which features the best in community theatre from across the province , Espanola Little Theatre won the Best Production Award.
Man convicted in rappers death
The 11 jurors, who reported they were deadlocked Wednesday night, returned a verdict tonight, finding Jerome Derby guilty of manslaughter.
Federal judge confirms election fraud in 2011 vote
Electoral fraud occurred during the last federal election, a federal court judge ruled on Thursday, but there is no proof that it affected the outcomes in six ridings at issue, so the elections will not be overturned.
The Windsor Star
Teacher accused of stealing $33 charged with professional misconduct
Greater Essex County District School Board offices on Park Street West in Windsor will soon be subjected to the second-ever Housekeeping Challenge.
Accused in cocaine case acquitted after being found guilty
A Brampton jury has acquitted a Mississauga man of drug trafficking, despite evidence that Peel Regional Police found 12 pounds of cocaine in his car.
The Toronto Star
Toronto terror plot: Suspect asks for defence lawyer who is guided by 'holy book'
Wearing an orange jumpsuit and appearing via video link, Chiheb Esseghaier told the justice of the peace that he did not have a lawyer.
Manager of collapsed Ontario mall admits lying to tenants
The site of the former Algo Centre Centre Mall, which collapsed in June of 2012, has been cleared of the wreakage.