Woman and man dead in Leslieville area after shooting
Homicide detectives are investigating after a man and a woman were killed overnight in the Leslieville area.
Fog advisory in effect for parts of Lake Superior shore
Environment Canada is issuing a fog advisory for several areas along Lake Superior.
'Worst kind of helplessness': Family struggles to find su...
A northern Ontario family is desperately searching for help after being told their severely autistic, nonverbal teenaged daughter will not be able to return ...
It's the end of an era in Toronto as the Honest Ed's sign...
The iconic sign will be removed from the Bloor and Bathurst area storefront, refurbished and is expected to find a new home above Ed Mirvish Theatre.
Desperate parents of drug-addicted teens turning to Ottaw...
A grassroots parents' group in Ottawa recently set up to tackle teen opioid drug abuse is now drawing attention from across the country.
Here are your biggest complaints about living in Toronto ...
High heels. Toddlers. Black labs. Cigarette butts. Property managers. The list is just a small fraction of the problems you’ve told us about when it comes to...
Ottawa now at-risk area for Lyme disease
The tick season has started and this year the City of Ottawa has been designated an at-risk area for Lyme disease for the first time, according to Ottawa Pub...
Toronto highrise living by the numbers
Toronto has seen unprecedented vertical growth in recent years. A larger proportion of residents are living in high-rises than ever before, with that number ...
A train to yesterday: GO Transit celebrates 50 years of s...
This morning marks 50 years since the first GO train pulled into Union Station, the one-storey car leaving Oakville at 5:50 a.m. filled mainly with politicia...
City of Ottawa creates inventory of vacant heritage build...
The City of Ottawa has conducted an inventory of vacant and boarded-up heritage properties to monitor their condition. CBC News has created a map so you can ...
Is your condo board above board? Tips for evaluating cond...
If you're wondering whether your condo board is operating in a trustworthy manner — or if you simply want to get a better grip on how your condo works — here...
Walkom: Wynne tries to reignite unrequited love affair wi...
There's something soothingly predictable about government promises to improve rail service. They are rarely fulfilled.
Trudeau heads to NATO and G7 summits, where Trump will be...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau heads to Europe this week for the NATO and G7 summits, where global leaders are trying to figure out exactly how the world work...
Canadian CF-18 Hornets to begin patrolling in Iceland
Canadian CF-18 fighter jets will begin patrolling Iceland's airspace today as part of Canada's contribution to NATO.
Construction projects clogging Windsor roads
Windsor's public works department is spending about $60-million on dozens of projects around the city. Essex County will also begin a $6.5 million project to...
Tax worker fired after biggest privacy breach at Revenue ...
The Canada Revenue Agency has fired every worker involved in eight privacy breaches detected in since 2016, Including the largest incident in which 1,264 acc...
Political implications of new northern ridings 'hasn't ev...
With just a year to go until the next Ontario election, the provincial government is looking at creating two new ridings.
Couple calls on Ontario government to ban Indigenous logo...
Lynne Courchene of Ottawa has gone to the Ontario Human Rights tribunal to force schools to ban Indigenous-themed sports logos, mascots and team names.
Female inmate at Ontario jail dies after being found unre...
A woman who was found unresponsive in her cell at the South West Detention Centre just outside Windsor, Ont., has died.
Canada’s prison agency closes in on new solitary confinem...
Proposed rules include prohibiting segregation of inmates with ‘significant impairments.'
International demand for academics in Canada outpacing fu...
The vast majority of Canadian research-intensive universities do not receive public money for international students, graduate or undergraduate.
Globe and Mail: Why has Ontario’s health system abandoned...
Online 'sextortion' complaints involving teen boys jump b...
Child exploitation experts say they've detected a spike in reports of online "sextortion" cases involving teen boys.
Police investigate stabbing in Knob Hill park
One man is in serious condition after a stabbing in a Scarborough park on Monday evening. Officers responded to a call around 9:40 p.m. at Knob Hill park. Th...
Man, 74, burned in east Ottawa house fire
A 74-year-old man was taken to hospital in serious but stable condition after he suffered burns to his face during a fire on Parisien Street in east Ottawa, ...
Toronto police union 'delighted' by invitation to march i...
The Gay Officers Action League, based in New York, sent a letter to the Toronto police on Friday, inviting officers to attend the New York City Pride March o...
Police mum on man's death; Marks Street closed
Police aren't saying much about a man who died on the city's south side earlier today.
Man sounds alarm after thief breaks into his wheelchair-a...
A man with a disability is calling on Toronto Community Housing to beef up security after someone was caught on video breaking into his wheelchair-accessible...
Electrical fire leaves sadness and rubble in heart of Man...
A fire that gutted four businesses on Manotick Main Street Sunday started as an accidental electrical fire in the building's roof, the Ontario fire marshal c...
This international student gets hard lesson in personal s...
An international student got a tough lesson in personal safety after her purse was snatched amid the bustle of a busy brewery over the weekend in what police...
A 'brazen' thief gets caught on video stealing woman's pu...
An international student got a tough lesson in personal safety after her purse was snatched amid the bustle of a busy brewery over the weekend in what police...
Political implications of new northern ridings 'hasn't ev...
With just a year to go until the next Ontario election, the provincial government is looking at creating two new ridings.
'Number of confirmed fatalities' at Ariana Grande concert...
Police say there have been a 'number of confirmed fatalities' and injuries after an explosion at the Manchester Arena in northern England, where U.S. pop sta...
Manchester police say 19 dead, 50 injured after arena blast
Police say that 19 people have been killed and another 50 injured after an explosion at the Manchester Arena in northern England, where U.S. pop star Ariana ...
19 dead, 50 injured after blast at Ariana Grande concert ...
Police say at least 19 people have been killed and another 50 injured after an explosion at the Manchester Arena in northern England, where U.S. pop star Ari...
19 dead, 59 injured after blast at Ariana Grande concert ...
Police say at least 19 people have been killed and another 59 injured after an explosion at the Manchester Arena in northern England, where U.S. pop star Ari...
Children among 22 dead, 59 injured in attack at Ariana Gr...
Police say at least 22 people have been killed and another 59 injured in a bomb attack at the Manchester Arena in northern England, where U.S. pop star Arian...
'Everybody… screamed and started running' — search for lo...
Police say at least 22 people have been killed and another 59 injured in a bomb attack at the Manchester Arena in northern England, where U.S. pop star Arian...
Learning in Nicaragua
High school students from Sudbury got an eye-opening experience on a class trip to Nicaragua. Rick Wyman reports.
Toronto's eastern beaches may be underwater, but firework...
Heavy rains and a swollen Lake Ontario have contributed to flooding along the city's eastern beaches and the Toronto Islands this month -- but city staff say...
Rainbow Camp
A summer camp near the Soo for LGBQT2+ kids wants to expand to offer a second week. Jairus Patterson reports.
Wary gardeners
People across Northern Ontario are anxious to plant, but the weather hasn't been co-operating. Joey Slattery reports.
Parkinson’s progress
New technology and new funding could help Northern Ontario offer the latest in Parkinson’s treatments. Isaac Cohen reports.
Disability lawsuit
A father in Timmins is suing the province over delays in government assistance for his disabled daughter. Lydia Chubak reports.
8-year-old boy who died in Rushing River was from Winnipeg
An eight-year-old boy who died while vacationing with his family in Rushing River Provincial Park over the holiday weekend was from Winnipeg.
Controversy over Lou Reed song draws international attent...
The 1972 hit ‘Walk on the Wild Side’ was called ‘transphobic’ by the University of Guelph student association, which apologized for playing the song on campus.
Communal living: Get your own home but share neighbourhoo...
A group in Sudbury want to create what they are calling an 'intentional' community, also known as cohousing.
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