It happened on Highway 6, south of the airport near Chippewa Road.
Telus has twice tried to buy the struggling Mobilicity, but Industry Canada rejected both deals.
The city's medical health officer says a bylaw would encourage pools to fix their infractions.
"If you have my back on election day, I promise you Rob Ford will have your back for another four years," Ford told supporters. (15)
The truck is emblazoned with the slogan 'Saving the taxpayers from getting burned'. (13)
Here's a look back at some key events during Mayor Rob Ford's term in office. (5)
Trinity-Spadina was vacated by Olivia Chow when she resigned in order to run for Toronto mayor. (6)
The ad targets a convenience store clerk who never asks for ID, allowing three young boys to buy alcohol. (6)
John Tory and Olivia Chow have drawn up blueprints for how to tackle the problem of traffic congestion. (3)
Special twilight rates will be offered until April 30 to motivate people to get outside after this long harsh winter.
In the 1990-2000 survey, fully 60 per cent who said they had been in the same job for more than four years.
The prime minister's wife introduced the Just for Cats festival in Toronto on Thursday. (7)
The band did not say what sort of illness Young was suffering from.
The Red Wings were a problem for Tuukka Rask and the Boston Bruins during the regular season. In their first playoff matchup since 1957, will Detroit be able to pull off the upset?
The Toronto Raptors’ remarkable season has been woven from many threads, but none more unifying than the relationship between Dwane Casey and Kyle Lowry.
The Blues and Blackhawks kicked off their first-round series with a triple-overtime bang. This and other talking points are discussed in Mark Spector's Western Conference notebook.
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