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A large portion of Toronto's west end is in darkness this evening following a sudden and massive power outage.
Residents near Bloor West were in darkness Tuesday night as a large blackout gripped the west end of the city.
St. Roch Catholic Secondary School and surrounding schools were in lockdown on Tuesday, as police investigated a possible stabbing incident.
Royal LePage Estate Realty has won the Shelter Award for Office of the Year from the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, the largest public foundation in Canada dedicated to funding women's shelters and violence prevention programs.
A Syrian refugee says his efforts to build a new life in Canada are being stymied by the federal government's lingering - but long discredited - suspicions about his past.
Featured artists include Max MacDonald, Joanne Filletti, Noreen Mallory, Judith Meeks, Bernadette Wong, Louis Doransky, Gord Smith, Jyne Greenley and Liane Odze-Silver .
RCMP documents released Nov. 20 shed new light on the negotiations that occurred between Senator Mike Duffy, Nigel Wright, right, and other PMO officials and the Conservative Senate leadership over the repayment of Duffy's expenses.
On April 14 English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran announced headlining tour dates for the late summer and early fall of 2014 on his official Facebook page .
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, New Democrat leader Tom Mulcair and Liberal leader Justin Trudeau will be among the thousands attending the state funeral for former federal finance minister Jim Flaherty in downtown Toronto Wednesday.
The Just for Cats Festival is a unique event which brings internet cat video enthusiasts and ailurophiles together on one exclusive night in Toronto at TIFF Bell Lightbox on April 17th.
The Canadian Real Estate Association says the average price of a Canadian home increased by six per cent last month, to $401,419.
All southbound express lanes on Highway 427 near the Burnhamthorpe Road exit have been blocked by a tractor-trailer that has rolled over.
At first blush, the Galleria project looks like a great deal. The city is only being asked to contribute $50 million in money and land to a billion-dollar cultural and commercial megaproject, with potential to revitalize the area around the CN Tower.
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.
Ontario's privacy commissioner has discovered that the mental-health information of some Canadians is accessible to the FBI and U.S. Customs and Border Patrol.