Police say the victim suffered non-life threatening injuries.
One participant said Cathy McLeod's consultations suggest unpaid interns could soon be given workplace standards and safety protections under the Canada Labour Code — something the federal NDP is calling for in a private member's bill.
In Ottawa, the House of Commons held a moment of silence as the procession began.
"The most difficult day since the war for me was yesterday," Friedman Ziegler told The Canadian Press on Monday from her hotel in Krakow, Poland.
An extreme cold weather alert has since been lifted for Toronto.
Mayor John Tory is expanding his zero-tolerance approach and going after repeat out-of-province parking ticket offenders. (1)
Wynne said the updated curriculum will also deal with mental health, online safety and the risk of 'sexting.'
Eighty delegates, many of them parents, shared their thoughts with board trustees during the meeting.
Paul Beeston has signed a contract extension and will remain president and CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays until the end of the team’s 2015 season, at which time he will retire.
In the New York City area alone, forecasters are calling for up to 75 centimetres of snow with winds gusting to 100 km/h.
The bird flu has been a problem for weeks in flocks in Washington and Oregon states.
The study found morphine lowers oxygen levels in the blood in the first couple of nights after having the operation.
Paul Beeston is staying on as the Toronto Blue Jays president and CEO through the 2015 season, shifting the focus back to the field as a year of opportunity and judgment looms for the club.
Maria Sharapova was simply dominant on Monday, winning 6-3, 6-2, as an onslaught of deep, weighted forehands from the five-time Grand Slam winner proved too much for Genie Bouchard to overcome.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft demanded an apology from the league once the Patriots are found to be not guilty of breaking any rules regarding using under-inflated footballs in the AFC championship game.
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