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4 hrs ago | DurhamRegion.com
Catherine "Kit" Currie, a resident of the Dufferin Grove neighbourhood, was last seen at about noon Aug. 15 at Queen and Bathurst streets.
8 hrs ago | 680News
For all but a select few Torontonians, the minutiae of municipal politics appears to be a slow-going and often inefficient affair at council meetings.
11 hrs ago | 680News
Police raided the former offices of a North York condo developer that allegedly kept at least $12 million in down payments, Wednesday morning.
The multi-jurisdictional case resulted in allegations that between 1977 and 1983, a 12 year-old boy was sexually assaulted by a staff member of the Sagamore Farm group home in Parham, Ontario.
Peter Fenech, council candidate for Ward 3, Etobicoke Centre , is quick to admit he has limited experience in politics and community involvement.
A public safety alert from Toronto police for people who live in the area between Don Mills Road and Leslie from Sheppard Avenue up to Finch Ave. By those boundaries, this will also affect those at Fairview Mall.
Last week, we reported that Japanese no-frills home goods and clothing chain Muji was coming to Toronto in time for the holiday season, and a thousand design nerds immediately began preparing to make over their homes in a million shades of tan.
With incredible precision through a diversity of materials, Charles Edenshaw evoked the beauty of traditional Haida art at a time when this First Nations culture was on the precipice of disappearing.
The Law Society of Upper Canada has filed a motion to suspend a lawyer who represented a North York condo developer that allegedly skipped town with millions of condo buyers' down payments.
What was supposed to be a dream come true for a group of condo buyers has turned into months of anguish as they wait for answers as to what happened to an up-and-coming condo building in North York.
When a group of retail and condo buyers purchased units in an up-and-coming Yonge and Finch building also featuring a hotel, they envisioned packing up their current homes and moving into new ones where they would raise families, grow old and make memories together.
Toronto police holdup squad have been looking for a group of robbers for several years.
Toronto police are investigating after a condo developer allegedly skipped town, leaving buyers wondering how they will get back their deposits totalling $12 million.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 07:01 pm
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