News Rob Ford had a rare form of cancer made headlines around the world.
Richard Pepper, 60, died in hospital after an altercation with a group of men last week.
Ward debates will begin airing on Monday, Sept. 23 on Rogers TV cable 10/63 in Toronto/Scarborough. (3)
As part of a deal with the Crown, Alizadeh will be sentenced to 24 years in prison.
The latest selections were a male university professor and a woman who works in public relations.
He was sentenced to life in prison and released on full parole, with some conditions, in 2010.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper welcomed President Petro Poroshenko on Wednesday.
Police say thanks to media coverage and a phone tip they were able to identify the woman. (1)
Statistics Canada found 77 per cent of people 15 or older are psychologically flourishing.
The Canadian Automobile Association supports distracting driving legislation but hasn't yet taken a position on smartwatches. (2)
The Toronto Blue Jays' latest dip has likely sealed their fate. The fate of their manager, on the other hand, for now appears to be safe.
Now 26, and having recently celebrated the birth of a baby boy, Jonathan Bernier is about to start a season as the presumed No. 1 goaltender for the first time in his NHL career.
There's no point in another screed telling you how awful Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson and Roger Goodell are. While the NFL grapples with its awful month, your thoughts should be with the people who matter.
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