The government says it will be looking for public comment on the proposal for the next 60 days.
It happened around noon Thursday near Derry Road West and Winston Churchill Boulevard.
The numbers show military police have received between 134 and 201 complaints of sexual assaults every year since 2000. (2)
In its 7-0 decision, the high court sided with the commissioner. (1)
A week after Parsons died, police reopened the investigation, saying they received new information.
The petition calls the Fair Elections Act an outrageous effort by the Harper government to fix the next election by disenfranchising Canadians. (1)
Trinity Western University has a controversial policy on homosexuality, forbidding intimacy outside heterosexual marriage.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported that three more earthquakes followed.
Many of the city’s museums, churches, schools and heritage buildings will be participating again at the May 24-25 event.
The batteries are being recalled because they could pose a burning hazard.
The month-long pedestrian safety campaign is calling on parents to walk their children to school. (6)
Lavigne denied the allegations on Twitter, saying she filmed the video in Japan with a Japanese director and choreographer.
The Toronto Blue Jays wasted a quality start by Drew Hutchison and fell back to the .500 mark by dropping an 11-4 decision to the Baltimore Orioles.
They've got depth, a true superstar in Joe Thornton, budding stars in Logan Couture and Tomas Hertl. But one thing has been missing from the Sharks attack, or has it?
Damien Cox breaks down what ails the Pittsburgh Penguins, from the lies of Crosby's health to the slump many of his support players are in.
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