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2 hrs ago | BlogTO
Crossing the pothole-strewn intersection of Dovercourt and Geary this winter, one notices something that looks a bit out of place: streetcar tracks.
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4 hrs ago | CBC News
A woman is dead after a pickup truck overturned on an ice-covered part of Lake Simcoe, near Beaverton, Ont., on Sunday afternoon.
9 hrs ago | CBC News
Halton Regional Police say the collision occurred shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday, on Fifth Line, just south of Britannia Road.
13 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
The St. Patrick's Day parade is set to take over downtown Toronto on Sunday, and we want to see your photos.
17 hrs ago | BlogTO
The treasure trove of rare jewels, glittering gems, and ancient fossils that became the Royal Ontario Museum was originally imagined by architectural firm Darling and Pearson as a cavernous Italianate structure capable of dominating the corner of Bloor Street and Queens Park Crescent.
When I heard singer Pharrell Williams would curate a museum show on designer toys, I figured Brooklyn, Tokyo or London would host it.
A leading train expert says there's no reason why the proportion of rail cars containing hazardous goods that pass through Toronto and a list of those goods shouldn't be made public.
Kieran Louza, 14, was last seen on Wednesday afternoon near Main Street and Danforth Avenue.
A man was stabbed to death near the Markham Bar and Grill on Lawrence Avenue East near Markham Road on Friday night.
Markets: With warmer weather on the way , it's only appropriate that we start thinking about updating our wardrobes.
Police have arrested a man who allegedly attacked two women with a knife and chased them into a Toronto school on Friday afternoon.
With an election coming up and every candidate eager to please, the Downtown Relief Line is once again at the forefront of the transit conversation in Toronto.
As remuneration in the British Columbia public sector skyrockets, we bring you our annual database of who is making what in B.C.'s public service.
Corrections officer Will Johnston gets a closer look at musician Joshua Van Tassel's coat full of fluttering $10 bills.