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1 hr ago | Prince George Citizen
The Toronto stock market looked to open positive Monday as traders focused on corporate earnings to reinforce the view that the American economy is recovering from a dismal first quarter.
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1 hr ago | The Globe and Mail
The collision between Toronto-region commuters and construction season grew worse on Monday morning as a major downtown road project began and an accident hit the western Queen Elizabeth Way.
3 hrs ago | CBC News
A rolled truck at Erin Mills on the QEW has closed two lanes of the highway during Monday morning's commute.
A water taxi decorated with a Canadian flag on the roof travels on False Creek in Vancouver, B.C., on Sunday July 13, 2014.Highs of 27 degrees were forecast for Vancouver.
Canada's airlines and airports are gearing up to fight Ontario's plan to more than double the tax on aviation fuel, arguing it will increase the number of Canadians travelling out of U.S. airports where taxes and fees are substantially lower.
Around 3:30 a.m., police responded to the area of Lake Shore Boulevard West and Brown's Line, calling in the emergency task force, canine and air units for help.
The house on Bonacres Ave. was a cottage in the city. It sat on a sprawling lot in Scarborough with a ravine and a creek running through the backyard, offering a peaceful reprieve from urban life.
Hundreds of party-goers turned up at a Mississauga residence on Friday night, only to be met by an unhappy mother and, later, police.
Peering into Eric Nielsen's Corvair coupe, your eyes lock on Unsafe At Any Speed , stowed just to the right of the accelerator.
The victim, who was stabbed in the torso, was taken to a Mississauga local hospital.
A 52-year-old man has been arrested in Alberta in connection with a brutal murder that occurred in Toronto two years ago.
Two major intersections on Queen Street East have been shut down this summer for TTC repairs.
Toronto police are trying to determine if a sexual predator who has been breaking into women's homes in south Etobicoke has struck again.
Twelve arts and culture organizations have collaborated to create an exciting arts and culture destination in Toronto called the Bloor St. Culture Corridor .
Elizabeth Comper had a comfortable life a decade ago as wife of the Bank of Montreal's chief executive when she saw something on television that shocked and upset her: the world's oldest hatred flaring up again in her own country.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 06:34 am
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