A new Toronto police dash camera video released allegedly captured two officers mocking a woman with Down syndrome during a traffic stop last year. The video was meant to be used in court to fight a traffic ticket, but it revealed so much more when the driver refuting the ticket started listening closely.
Toronto resident Pamir Hakimzadah was arrested by the RCMP’s Integrated National Security Enforcement Team Wednesday afternoon under Project Sachet, an “extensive national security criminal investigation,” officers said Wednesday.
Since closing at the end of December, area residents say they’ve seen Honest Ed’s vandalized with graffiti.
The one-year-old puppy jumped onto the five-inch balcony ledge and walked to a nearby balcony.
Toronto Mayor John Tory said he has asked for a review after Olympic swimming star Penny Oleksiak tweeted her support for the city’s pools as the city considers potential budget cuts.
New this baseball season the Blue Jays will jack up ticket prices as demand increases.
It’s been a mild winter for Torontonians who have been enjoying record-breaking temperatures.
An east-end Toronto family is still not allowed back in their home more than a week after police deemed it unsafe amid fears it could collapse.
A Toronto man was looking forward to flying home for the holidays, but Air Canada denied him boarding when they learned he was carrying medicinal marijuana.
Hoverboards are topping holiday wish lists across the country. Apart from the price though, there are a few things you need to know, such as where you can and cannot ride them.
Your children’s wish list is probably growing each day as the holidays inch closer.
A swipe at Canadian baseball made by television analyst Harold Reynolds during Game 3 of the American League Divisional Series between the Toronto Blue Jays and Texas Rangers caused a firestorm among fans north of the border.
More help is on the way for Syrian refugees, this time from Toronto students.
As many as two million young people in Canada are struggling with mental health issues, but only one in five will get the specialized treatment they need.
Ontario nursing students are failing their licensing exams at an alarming rate. Canadian nurses are now required to take an American-based exam and some claim it asks questions that have nothing to do with Canadian healthcare.