The league last expanded in 2000.
There may be some isolated cases where power has not yet been restored. (1)
No trains will be running to York University.
The league last expanded in 2000. Video
For months, residents had called for city council to do something about the increased traffic volumes in that area. (1)
The chair of the Police Services Board has given Chief Blair until Friday to provide a report on police suicides. Video
Police say the man and a group of friends were diving off the Humber Bay Arch Bridge into the water.
Police say he was doing yard work when he slipped from the tree and fell to the ground.
The military has conducted similar exercises in the North every summer since 2007.
The prime minister has made a donation to the ALS Association. (2)
How much money Williams paid to settle both lawsuits will remain confidential, as per the agreement.
Police says the intoxicated 19-year-old wandered into the wrong house by mistake.
Christian Paz Salas was last seen in the College Street and Ossington Avenue area on Monday.
The condo developer allegedly skipped town with millions of condo buyers' down payments. Video
Toronto Hydro says restoration time isn't expected until 8:30 a.m.
There's no word on any arrests. Video
The subscription on-demand service -- called Shomi -- will feature 14,000 episodes and titles, 11,000 hours of TV shows and more than 1,000 movies.
Natasha Mohamed Farah, 26, had reportedly moved to Calgary less than a year ago.
One of the GMC passengers, a woman, was thrown from the SUV and died at the scene.
Meerai Cho was the Toronto real estate lawyer who was in charge of the deposits for condo developer Centrust Development Group. Video
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""East York outage update: Power has been fully restored to this neighbourhood. Thank you for you patience." "The boundaries of the outage were Danforth Avenue to Queen Street East and Main Street to Luttrell Avenue." Hey, Toronto Hydro: Since when are the Beaches part of East York?" Dom Di Stroia commented in Power restored to 6,000 customers in east-end Toronto
"Too little, too late. No one ever listens. As usual, they simply react instead of being pro-active. It's also odd that action was taken in this situation. I have not seen any action taken for most child fatalities. Funny how action was taken in this case. 30 km/hr city-wide is the only responsible action but there is no backbone in City Hall for pedestrian issues." Pedestrian Patrol commented in Council bans right turns on red lights at Leaside intersection after girl’s death