Crumbling pavement, potholes, traffic congestion and poor road signage were the main concerns voters raised about the road.
The Canadian Federation of Students has launched a court challenge against the Ontario government’s decision to allow college and university students to opt out of certain fees.
Almost a year after a June 2018 raid on several businesses at Markham’s Pacific Mall, York police have charged eight people in relation to a seizure of counterfeit goods.
A Toronto man is facing 14 charges in an ongoing sexual assault investigation involving four teenage boys that span over four years.
“It’s taking us a lot longer to get to calls, and I truly believe public safety is at risk. People’s lives hang in the balance,” said one paramedic.
The return date for residents has been delayed again after the building management said they would be able to go back to their homes before the end of August.
The victim and friends were driving north on Thornton Road when they stopped for a traffic light at an intersection, according to police. Shots were fired at the vehicle while it was stopped at the light and the victim was struck.
Police said a woman was walking the Mountainash Road and Alaskan Summit Court area around 12.30 p.m. on May 9, when she was called over to a vehicle by a man sitting inside.
Mississauga resident Dayne Sitladeen, 27, is still wanted. He is sought on first-degree murder charges.