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One woman is in hospital and Brantford Police are "shocked" no one was killed after a man opened fire into a crowd outside of a bar past last call Thursday morning.
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The Upper House condos in Leaside is another mid-sized building coming to Toronto that dispenses with the all-glass look that tends to define many downtown condos in the city.
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Abshir Hassan, a 31-year-old Toronto teacher, died in a shooting in the Lawrence Heights area on July 8, 2014.
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Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon.
Toronto police say there is no motive for a triple shooting that killed a 31-year-old supply teacher and seriously injured two others Tuesday.
Project Berlin began in January when investigators were told of a number of incidents of bogus companies preying on people with poor credit.
The Toronto stock market looked set to open higher, while traders will be looking for hints on the pace of future interest rate hikes when the minutes of the latest meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve are released on Wednesday.
PATTISON Onestop celebrates the Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival Toronto with a specially commissioned exhibition, Confluence: Shifting Perspectives of the Caribbean, bringing together a group of works produced by artists with cultural ties to the Caribbean.
Mayor Rob Ford was loudly shouted down by a group of protesters on Eglinton Ave. Monday morning and police were called at his first public press conference since he returned from rehab.
One year after an extreme summer rain storm flooded roads, railways and basements across Toronto, the city government marked the event with a reminder to be prepared.
The Ontario New Democratic Party needs to reclaim the socially progressive values it abandoned in the recent provincial campaign, according to one of its own MPPs.
When the poster child for marijuana legalization is released from a U.S. prison later this week, he'll be re-entering a world where many of his ideas have taken root and in some places have sprouted right up.
The Toronto stock market looked set to open lower as traders await the start of the summer corporate earnings season to gauge the health of the North American economy, with U.S. aluminum giant Alcoa reporting earnings after markets close on Tuesday.
Police aren't ruling out a connection between the three charred bodies found inside a vehicle last Friday and the disappearance of a Toronto-area family last week.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 01:08 pm
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