Currently, the rules are blurry when it comes to where they can be used.
Currently, the rules are blurry when it comes to where they can be used. Video
A car crashed into the ditch on the DVP near Millwood Road around 4 a.m.
An online message purported to be from loose-knit hacking group Anonymous claimed credit for the attack. Video
Three people were sent to hospital with minor injuries. (1)
Environment Canada says winds may be strong enough to bring down trees in some areas.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency and called in National Guard troops to back up police. Video
But Fantino told a news conference in Halifax that the funding is recycled back into programs for veterans. (2)
Before his fall from grace, Barry had been one of the nation's most promising black politicians.
Sinclair joined the Forces in December 2012, was in a training program with The Royal Canadian Dragoons and belonged to 2 Service Battalion. (1)
The store closed in March, just weeks after plans were announced to build a row of four restaurants in its place. Video
Santa Claus will be a busy fellow this afternoon, making appearances at a pair of parades rolling through parts of Toronto on Sunday.
The federal government has announced $200 million over six years to support mental health needs of military members, veterans, and their families. (1)
Net proceeds from "Afghanistan: A Canadian Story" are to be donated to organizations that help soldiers and their families. Video
It happened on King Street East, near Wilson Road just before midnight on Saturday.
A city spokeswoman says police are investigating.
The woman's husband believes the victim may have sacrificed herself to save their son. (1)
In a statement released Saturday, Prime Minister Stephen Harper identified the man as Craftsman Kyle Sinclair.
The city says that black cats are traditionally the last to find "forever" homes and is making a special effort to find them a permanent spot. (2)
The Toronto Maple Leafs forward tweeted on Saturday afternoon that he was helping an 80-year-old man change his tire in Toronto. Video
A councillor of Tuszyn cited the cartoon bear's “dubious sexuality” and “inappropriate” dress, according to The Independent.
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