The team behind Toronto’s Trash Trapping Program Network says it removed close to 100,000 small pieces of plastic from the city’s harbour last year.
The Bank of Canada will release a summary of its deliberations on the latest interest rate hike later today, the first time the central bank is giving Canadians a peek
An industrial bakery in Toronto has been fined $50,000 after one of its workers suffered serious injuries while cleaning an industrial dough mixer, known as a ‘dough chunker.’
While much of internet is still buzzing about the wonders of ChatGPT, a Toronto-based technology and visual effects company is making its own splash in Hollywood using artificial intelligence.
Ottawa says Canada will contribute $10 million to earthquake relief efforts in Turkiye and Syria as part of an initial aid package.
One of Canada’s largest unions representing public servants has filed a bad-faith bargaining complaint against the Canada Revenue Agency over what it’s calling an “about-face” on the issue of working
A new poll finds one-third of Canadian households say their financial situation has worsened over the last year. According to a Leger poll commissioned by the Association for Canadian Studies,
Canada Goose Holdings Inc. says it plans to build its customer base with a focus on women and generation Z and expand into new product categories like eyewear, luggage and
Nearly five years after Matthew Staikos was gunned down in Toronto, the family of the tech CEO is offering up a “significant” reward in the unsolved murder case.
The Financial Accountability Office of Ontario is set to release a report this morning about the province’s fiscal projection over the next four years.
The Canadian Foreign Exchange Committee (CFEC) released today the results of its October 2022 semi-annual survey of foreign exchange volumes in Canada.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford met with Ottawa Mayor Mark Sutcliffe as he arrived in Ottawa Monday ahead of a premiers’ meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. This is the first
The high noon sun bounced off City Hall’s two towers, but the ground below was still iced over and cold. Nonetheless, dozens of Torontonians laid down on the frozen square
For a Switzerland professor contracted to work in Ontario for a year, Airbnb looked like the right option for a family of five.
Homeowners and employees have been left reeling after an Orléans construction company suddenly closed its doors, walking away from half-built houses and projects worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A Toronto physiotherapist previously accused of sexually assaulting multiple children he was treating has had additional charges placed on him, police said Monday.
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An 82-year-old woman was pronounced dead at a New York nursing home but found to be breathing three hours later at the funeral home where she had been taken, authorities
Three people are now in the care of paramedics after a skating mishap on Lake Ontario Monday morning.
The U.S. House of Representatives plans to vote on a bill that would end a requirement that most foreign air travellers be vaccinated against COVID-19, Majority Leader Steve Scalise said
Experts say the outlook for the loonie in 2023 largely depends on commodity prices, how the U.S. dollar fares, and whether central banks are successful in avoiding a major recession.
The Bank of Canada is pleased to announce the University of Alberta has won the eighth annual Governor’s Challenge, a national student competition in which teams simulate the role of
Wine lovers have growing options on the shelf to enjoy their favourite beverage as producers in B.C. offer smaller container sizes.
Councillors in Toronto are set to consider keeping warming centres open 24-7 for the rest of the winter amid growing calls for homelessness to be declared a public health crisis
Peru’s democratic dysfunction, years in the making, accelerated with Castillo’s surprise election in 2021. A rural schoolteacher, he rose from obscurity to fill a void left by a broken political
For the second consecutive year, more than 100 people have died while staying at a Toronto shelter.
The historic trees on the chopping block at Osgoode Hall in downtown Toronto will live to see another day.
A woman in her 50s was rushed to hospital Saturday night with critical injuries following a two-vehicle collision in midtown Toronto.
As the majority of Eastern Canada stays indoors during an extreme cold weather alert, homeless shelters are struggling to keep up with the demand from unhoused people as temperatures continue
A man wanted by police in Oregon in a bizarre incident at a house featured in ‘The Goonies’ was the subject of a daring Coast Guard rescue when he was
Joey Votto has been coming to the Annex Chess Club (ACC), just north of Bathurst and Bloor streets, every week for a few months now, according to Supol.
Torontonians appear to be returning downtown in greater numbers but the pace of the city’s economic recovery still lags behind many other North American cities, a new study suggests.
Police are investigating a stabbing in downtown Toronto Friday night.
Police have launched an investigation at a Toronto elementary school after a man came onto school property Friday and offered students food, a letter sent out by the principal states.
Ontario Provincial Police have closed a portion of Highway 400 north of Toronto following multiple collisions due to whiteout conditions.
A ruptured water main underneath the busy downtown intersection of University Avenue and King Street West has been repaired and area roads have now reopened to traffic after a weeks-long
Ontario is proposing to increase fines for long-term care homes that do not have air conditioning in every resident’s room.
Toronto police will provide an update this afternoon on the apparent random assault of a long-time CBC radio producer.
The owner of a popular Italian restaurant north of Toronto said she was “super excited and surprised” when Canadian superstar Ryan Reynolds dropped in for a meal this week.