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The University of Ottawa men's varsity hockey program has been suspended after allegations of "serious misconduct" came to light several days ago.
As the temperatures start to warm the resort destinations north, northeast and northwest of Toronto are preparing for the maple harvest and accompanying Ontario Maple Syrup Festivals to celebrate the spring tonic.
DPA Microphones is pleased to announce the appointment of GerrAudio as its Canadian distributor.
A mother of two says she was called "disgusting" by an Ottawa Ikea manager for breastfeeding her baby daughter in line at the store Monday.
But federal leaders are paying close attention to an outcome that could play into the general election next year.
While police have NOT positively linked this case to a serial sexual predator wanted in at least three other cases, Const.
She was a chronic, homeless alcoholic caught in the soul-crushing cycle of addiction on the city's notorious Downtown Eastside.
Despite a number of high-profile plant closures in recent months, the food processing industry in Canada is becoming more competitive and those efforts are likely to bear fruit in the form of jobs, according to a new study.
Chartwell Retirement Residences is selling what it calls a non-core portfolio of 14 retirement residences in Ontario for $65.9 million.
The mayor of Portage la Prairie, Man., is not happy that his local community newspaper is owned by a media magnate who wants to break up the country.
Ontario's top court has slapped down an Ontario farmer who has long championed the right to sell and drink unpasteurized milk.
Warning lights are flashing but the barriers remain raised where Fallowfield and the Transitway intersect.
Three years after hackers were found snooping around Treasury Board systems, a successful cyber-attack remains the biggest risk facing the department, according to a new report to Parliament .
Tom King, native author, who was born in California to parents of Cherokee and Greek descent, is the NDP's federal candidate in Guelph U one of three ridings that will hold byelections in the fall.
Bieber's lawyer, Seth Weinstein, is instead appearing to answer a charge that the pop star assaulted a limo driver, Abdul Mohar, on December 30, 2013, after leaving a Toronto nightclub, the Toronto Star newspaper reported .