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The effervescent band, Lucius , has released their new video for their current album Wildewoman 's single "Turn It Around."
On Tuesday night, James Morrison IV, a 1994 graduate of Queen Elizabeth High School in Halifax, won Best Direction in a Lifestyle/Practical Information Program or Series for an episode of You Gotta Eat Here! titled American Cheesesteak.
The Tale of a T-Shirt is a highly comedic piece, where the social, political and fantastical collide as a T-shirt travels the world - making its way from seed to cotton to cloth.
David Grondin had taken up position at his lucky table 25 in the InterContinental's Azure restaurant, pitching his latest dream at the world's biggest gathering of miners.
On an especially freezing Monday night, roughly 20 people braved the elements and made their way to the Hogtown Cure on the corner of Dufferin and Dundas.
U.S. and Canadian authorities are seeking the public's help to find a fugitive they suspect is the ring leader of a major narcotics and weapons-smuggling operation.
Canadian and American officials are on the hunt for a 32-year-old Canadian man suspected of being the ringleader in a large-scale drug and weapons smuggling operation.
William Shorten, 47, is accused of committing what police called an indecent act, involving a 12-year-old girl in a bookstore.
The Toronto stock market was little changed Wednesday as investors continued to monitor the standoff between Russia and Ukraine and digested disappointing U.S. private sector employment data.
After years of futility in his first six NHL seasons with the New York Islanders and Florida Panthers, the star goaltender found a home - and the playoffs - in Vancouver.
The Rocket Scientists, featuring from left, Brandon Hackett, Ephraim Ellis, Cape Breton native Kevin Macneil and Chris Small will perform at the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.
This beautiful image of Toronto might look like an album cover for an 80s synthpop band, but it's actually a visual representation of every traffic light-controlled intersection in the city.
A veteran anesthesiologist jailed for sexually assaulting 21 sedated women during surgeries has little chance of having his conviction overturned, Ontario's Appeal Court ruled Wednesday in denying him bail.
Can you feel it, coming in the air ? No, it's not weeks and weeks of more terrible weather .