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A portion of a wooden deck collapsed outside a restaurant in southwestern Ontario, just as a group of 16 people were posing for a family photo on Easter Sunday The Ontario Provincial Police were called to the Benmiller Inn & Spa in Goderich, Ont., just before 1 p.m. ET.
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A 26-year-old Barrie, Ont., man has been charged with uttering threats after an alleged road rage incident over the holiday weekend.
12 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
With the arrival of Good Friday and Easter Sunday, The Vancouver Sun looks at 15 of the top movies ever made about the historical Jesus, about metaphorical Christ figures and about central Christian themes.
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This luxury condo community will offer residents a long list of amenities, as well as a beautiful place to live in the heart of the city.
The police force says the officers were on patrol Friday night when two "matching vehicles" allegedly racing each other blew right by them at more than 100 km/h.
It was an international event Friday morning, all in the name of traffic safety.
Air Canada says it is investigating after a video - which appears to show its baggage handlers dropping items from a tall, moving staircase - circulated on the internet.
Most shopping malls and retail stores will be closed - although there's usually some unexpected openings, so call ahead.
Music: As the music market becomes increasingly digital and corporate-owned, it's important that we give some love to the little guys every now and again.
A photo used by proponents of all-ages electronic dance parties at Exhibition Place.
Two people have been rushed to hospital from a highrise fire in Toronto. Firefighters were called to an apartment building on Humber Blvd, near Weston Rd at about 11:40 am Friday.
After Kim's Convenience, where does writer/performer Ins Choi go? Into the serendipitous and the mystical with a solo show called Subway Stations Of The Cross.
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford acknowledged "rocky moments over the past year" but vowed to fight harder than ever to win re-election at a rally he dubbed the official launch of his campaign.
Toronto's controversial Mayor Rob Ford threw a large party - complete with recorded music and a live band - for the official launch of his re-election campaign.
Check out the "Let Her Go" and "Scare Away The Dark" performances, as well as a Q&A about his new album.