Mortgage brokers in Simcoe County are encouraged by the return of buyers to the market and renewals amid concerns of future defaults this year.
The Toronto Blue Jays have named ace right-hander Alek Manoah as their opening-day starting pitcher for the upcoming Major League Baseball season.
Toronto has updated its 14-month-old decriminalization request to the federal government, clarifying it wants a Health Canada exemption to cover young people as well as adults, and all drugs for
Short-term rental company Airbnb says it will pull listings that don’t have a proper permit from the Quebec government. The San Francisco-based company made the announcement eight days after a
The City of Toronto chose ‘speed over people’ when it cleared homeless encampments at three downtown parks in the summer of 2021, says the city’s ombudsman.
Shares in Deutsche Bank, Germany’s largest lender, fell sharply on Friday, dragging down major European banks as fears about weaknesses in the global financial system send fresh shudders through the
Hong Kong firefighters will investigate the cause of a blaze that broke out Friday at a warehouse and forced 3,600 people, including students, to evacuate, authorities said.
With fares set to increase in a matter of days, a new report has found that Torontonians are already paying more than residents in most other cities for transit when
Shares fell Friday in Europe and Asia as worries flared over turmoil in the banking sector and potentially worsening risks of recession.
The City of Toronto is reminding people to not feed local wildlife, in advance of new bylaw regulations that actually prohibit the practice.
Projections in Ontario’s budget for housing starts show the province’s target to build 1.5 million homes in 10 years slipping further out of reach with each passing year.
Spring arrived in Toronto earlier this week, but it appears Mother Nature did not get the memo.
A Victoria man’s life of crime has turned into one of survival, hope and advocacy amid ongoing conversations in the community about how best to tackle public safety matters.
Toronto has been left in the lurch by Queen’s Park after the 2023 Ontario budget revealed little in the way of a financial rescue for the cash-strapped city.
A new study out of Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) has found the upcoming service cuts to Toronto’s transit system will disproportionately impact the city’s marginalized communities.
Crowds of nostalgic shoppers poured into Zellers as the Canadian retail chain opened its doors once again at select stores in Ontario.
Another hotel-turned-shelter in Toronto has told residents they will have to relocate next month.
Scarborough’s very own Mike Myers is back in Toronto and has been surprising his local fans.
The first daily fast of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan began Thursday, as hundreds of millions of Muslims worldwide enter a four-week period of worship.
The Swiss central bank hiked its key interest rate Thursday and insisted that a government-orchestrated takeover of troubled Credit Suisse by rival bank UBS ended the financial turmoil.
A Toronto woman said she received a free air purifier as an online promotion, but also signed up for a $7,000 vacuum cleaner in the process.
A luxurious home in midtown Toronto is on the market for nearly $7.7-million and comes packed with amenities – including its very own rock climbing wall.
Customers of one Etobicoke clothing store may want to check the tags on their purchases after police say they seized nearly $2 million worth of fake merchandise.
The City of Toronto is partnering with a community organization to add more outreach workers to the TTC.
Canada’s rental housing shortage will quadruple to 120,000 units by 2026 without a significant boost in stock, Royal Bank of Canada said in a report Wednesday.
A quick-thinking eight-year-old alerted emergency crews when a fire broke out in the child’s home in Midland over the weekend.
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The Canadian real estate market has been sluggish since last year, when prospective buyers started putting off plans to purchase homes as the Bank of Canada aggressively hiked interest rates
Ontario Minister for Citizenship and Multiculturalism and MPP Michael Ford was called upon Wednesday to rescind a comment made about Toronto youth that some have called “disturbing, offensive, and racist.”
This is an account of the deliberations of the Bank of Canada’s Governing Council leading to the monetary policy decision on March 8, 2023.
Canadians with a hankering for Shake Shack’s juicy burgers soon won’t have to cross the border to satisfy their cravings. Toronto-based private investment firms Osmington Inc. and Harlo Entertainment Inc.
A dozen hand-drawn, and sometimes abstract, pieces of art are on display in west-end Toronto. The gallery debut is a major upgrade for the artist — whose usual canvases include
Police in Barrie sparked controversy after a video posted to social media showed officers arriving at a man’s door to administer a breathalyzer test following a complaint about suspected impaired
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he does not agree with a finding of the Public Order Emergency Commission that was critical of his government’s actions during the Freedom Convoy protests
Israeli lawmakers on Tuesday repealed a 2005 act that saw four Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank dismantled at the same time as Israeli forces withdrew from the Gaza
Toronto is facing $46.5 billion in fiscal pressures over the next decade and the situation has become so dire that it is likely to threaten the city’s “fiscal stability and
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is trying project calm after regional bank failures, saying the U.S. banking system is ‘sound’ but additional rescue arrangements ‘could be warranted’ if any new failures
Statistics Canada is set to release its latest report this morning on how much the cost of living is rising.
Stock markets rose in Europe and Asia on Tuesday ahead of a Federal Reserve decision on another possible interest rate hike amid worries about global banks.
The International Monetary Fund said Monday that its executive board has approved a nearly US$3 billion bailout program for Sri Lanka over four years to help salvage the country’s bankrupt