Officers are targeting people who don’t wear seatbelts and impaired, aggressive and distracted drivers. (2)
Alberta Health Services issued a news release Saturday stating that passengers and crew on Air Canada Flight 248.
The man was seen just before 6 p.m. on the right shoulder of the highway near Ritson Road in Oshawa.
Masai Ujiri has apologized for dropping an f-bomb at a pre-game rally. (1)
Toronto police are thanking their public for their help in locating a missing elderly man from Rexcale.
It started in a unit on Morrish Road, near Kingston and Meadowvale.
The mayor and Coun. Frank Di Giorgio took part in the event at Amesbury Arena on Saturday.
Mohamed Fahmy was working for satellite news broadcaster Al-Jazeera English when he was arrested on Dec. 29.
The closure lasted several hours.
The American administration shrugged off a demand from the Canadian government for an immediate decision on the controversial pipeline.
The prime minister's wife introduced the Just for Cats festival in Toronto on Thursday. (10)
The victims suffered burns and smoke inhalation.
Here's a list of road closures and transit service disruptions in Toronto.
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The city's medical health officer says a bylaw would encourage pools to fix their infractions.
As our regular CityNews.ca series continues, we look at events happening in Toronto for a variety of ages and interests. (13)
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