The 10-year deal also includes a framework with the potential to grow Cisco's total Ontario employee footprint up to 5,000 by 2024. (3)
Shawn Eghterafi was charged with luring a child and invitation to sexual touching.
Ford claimed in an interview with Conrad Black that Dale was taking pictures of his children over his backyard fence in May 2012. Video
A Canadian ban on old-style incandescent light bulbs starts on Jan. 1, 2014. (2)
Toronto police say a missing 78-year-man who suffers from Alzheimer's has been found safe.
The regulations have been watered down, and there are no rules yet on recycling bulbs with mercury. (6)
It happened in a parking lot on San Antonio Way, near Islington and Steeles avenues. Video
Liam and Emma top the lists of most popular Canadian baby names for 2013.
The cub is one of three born last month at the zoo. The other two bears died within 48 hours. (3)
Russia has passed a law banning "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations." (7)
The country's shipbuilding industry has struggled to stay afloat for years. (4)
Canada's labour market has been "resilient" with 148,000 jobs created so far in 2013, the report notes.
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