Most of the crimes are committed by 16-25 year old males. (5)
The change could reduce the default speed limit from 50 km/h to 40 km/h. (26)
Declining enrollment has left 130 schools operating at only 65 per cent capacity or less. (4)
Among the 5,300 Canadians, more than half said they had to wait at least two days to see a doctor.
The officer was convicted of assault with a weapon for using excessive force during the arrest of protester Adam Nobody. (2)
Police say the woman's home was ransacked and robbed, and she was sexually assaulted. (2)
It happened around 8 p.m. on Wednesday at the supermarket at Carlton and Church streets.
Paramedics said the 35-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries.
Abdullahi Mohamoud was supposed to appear in court on Oct. 17, 2011, but fled Ontario.
A building on Chalkfarm Drive, near Jane Street and Wilson Avenue, finally had its power restored on Wednesday after four days without reliable hydro.
The research found the vaccine offered virtually no protection against the strain that's causing most illnesses this year.
MS is thought to be an autoimmune disease that creates inflammation in the central nervous system.
In the national edition of Entertainment City, Lindsay Lohan is claiming her meet-and-greets are part of her community service. Plus, Taylor Swift copyrights some of her lyrics. (1)
The Toronto Maple Leafs haven't been able to catch a break during their eight-game slide, and there's no better example of that than Thursday's loss to the Coyotes.
Jonathan Bernier put on his best Toskala impression. Ottawa took the high road in Spezza's return. And Tuukka Rask made a wild save. Here's five things we learned on Thursday night.
Watching Martin Brodeur retire from the NHL on Thursday surrounded by stuff from a team for which he’s played all of seven games seemed a little much, but give him credit for being able to call his own shot.
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