Katherine Aylesworth is an editorial assistant and web writer for Global Toronto.
Born in Calgary, Katherine moved to Toronto to earn her diploma in broadcast and print journalism at Humber College. After graduating, Katherine pursued her B.A. in communication and media studies from Guelph-Humber University.
In her spare time, Katherine enjoys travelling and binge watching true crime shows.
Over the past two weeks, police said, an older white man driving a red car has approached girls in the Forest Manor Road and Parkway Forest Drive area on two occasions. Continue reading →
If approved, the proposed changes to the government insurance program, which partly covers medical costs incurred abroad, could take effect as soon as Oct. 1. Continue reading →
Officials said the boy was walking along the side of a road with two other friends in Oshawa on Friday night when he was hit by a car and sustained life-threatening injuries. Continue reading →
Officials said that over the past three years, between April and December, the suspect typically broke into older buildings by using a crowbar or forcing the doors open. Continue reading →
The ROM will be granting free admission between 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on the third Monday of every month to allow people of all ages to explore the museum. Continue reading →
Environment Canada said the rain, which started early Sunday morning, is expected to continue into the night and hit Niagara and areas east of Toronto the hardest. Continue reading →
Officials said a man was standing at the TTC stop early Sunday morning when a vehicle mounted the curb and struck the pedestrian, leaving him with life-threatening injuries. Continue reading →
OLG said the ticket was purchased nearly a year ago in Toronto, and the lucky winner has until April 29 to make a claim. Continue reading →
City officials said vulnerable trees and canopies will be sprayed to block the invasive insect, whose caterpillars feed on leaves and cause severe leaf loss on deciduous trees. Continue reading →
Team flags for the Toronto Raptors and the Toronto Maples Leafs will be raised outside city hall in celebration of the two popular sports teams making the 2019 playoff season. Continue reading →
Brampton Fire said there is a lingering smell of smoke and they are still on scene. However, the air quality has been deemed safe around the city. Continue reading →
Peel Regional Police said 11 illegal spring traps were placed in a green space by Hewick Meadows Park near Mississauga Road and Eglinton Avenue. Continue reading →
Paramedics said they responded to the area of Keil Drive South in Chatham, where they treated and transported one patient in critical condition. Continue reading →
Police said the man who was at the Brampton home when it caught fire, died after being taken to the hospital. Continue reading →
Paramedics said they were called to fatal crash involving seven people in the area of Winston Churchill Boulevard and Highway 403 Sunday morning. Continue reading →