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Canadian police have arrested a 19-year-old man for allegedly using the Heartbleed bug to steal data about taxpayers.
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A woman accused in the killing of her mother and attempted murder of her father during an apparent home invasion told police she could not explain why the intruders didn't shoot her, court heard Wednesday.
An infantry soldier already accused of sexually assaulting and possibly drugging at least eight women will appear in court Thursday to face at least a dozen new charges.
An Ontario woman who had been accused of poisoning eight children and an adult with eyedrops has pleaded guilty in four of the cases.
The Toronto stock market was set to advance Wednesday amid signs that economic growth in China held up better than expected during the first quarter.
Canada's political elite gather today to pay their final respects to Jim Flaherty, the former finance minister whose sudden death last week spurred an outpouring of grief that has stretched across the country and across party lines.
The field for the 2014 Ontario Regional Driving Championship scheduled for Friday, May 9 at The Raceway at Western Fair District in London, Ont.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne took the next step Tuesday in her libel suit against the province's Opposition leader, filing a statement of claim seeking $2 million in damages.
Ontario nursing homes are drugging helpless seniors at an alarming rate with powerful antipsychotic drugs, despite warnings that the medications can kill elderly patients suffering from dementia.
MP Kellie Lietch blows a kiss to the casket of the late former finance minister Jim Flaherty in Whitby, Ontario on Tuesday April 15, 2014.
Minutes after murder-accused Bhupinderpal Gill's brief appearance in a packed courtroom Monday, an emotional group of relatives and friends from Ottawa's tightly-knit Sikh community gathered for an impromptu sidewalk prayer.
A Senate committee conducting a 'pre-study' of Democratic Reform Minister Pierre Poilievre's proposed changes to the Elections Act has recommend several changes following expert testimony on the bill.
Justin Trudeau and his Ontario campaign co-chair are facing a $1.5 million libel suit from a would-be candidate who was barred from running for the Liberal party.
"We still have snow in Quebec," said Nick Secord of NorCliff Farms Inc. . "The season will probably start, give or take a couple of days, on either side of the fifth of May. It's going to be late.