“Front to Back” depicts people with spina bifida — in the nude.
The President of the Ontario Bar Association Orlando Da Silva speaks to Global News about his battle with depression and urged others to reach out for help.
Toronto Police were mocked online Monday for not releasing more information on the builders of a mysterious tunnel near York University.
Despite a rash of suicides and mounting evidence, first responders suffering from PTSD say they still face prejudice on the job.
An ice breaker hammers through the frozen waters of Lake Ontario twice a day during the winter in order to clear a path if they need to get to the island quickly for an emergency.
The federal and provincial government announced Monday an investment of $8 million each for the first phase of the Massey Hall Revitalization Project.
The YouTube Kids app is getting guardedly good reviews from online analysts, but they also warn that parents still need to monitor their children’s use of media.
TORONTO – People convicted of assaulting transit drivers may soon face longer sentences under a new amendment to Canada’s criminal code. Bill S-221 sailed through both houses of Parliament in less than a year, passing unanimously in the House of Commons Monday. The law requires judges to consider assault on a transit driver an aggravating…
At 86-years-old Hedy Bohm is not only talking about her time in Auschwitz, she is ready to travel to Germany and testify under oath in what could be the final prosecution of a Nazi war criminal.
In the outer reaches of Toronto, homelessness is also pervasive. Shelters are fewer and the distances between them greater —a challenge both for the homeless and the people trying to help them.
Debra Selkirk says it was a “numbing” moment when a doctor at Toronto General Hospital told her dying husband that he would not be considered for a liver transplant.
Some MPs are accusing the Senate of delaying a private members bill passed by the House of Commons almost three years ago that would open up betting and allow provincial coffers to benefit.
They fight crime, battle fires, and rush toward danger when everyone else is running away – but now they’re calling for help.
Hundreds of mourners packed St. Timothy’s Anglican Church in Scarborough for the funeral of a homeless man who died on Jan 13 in a burnt-out shed that he appeared to be using as a makeshift shelter.
A design contest to develop a logo for the 150th anniversary of Confederation is being called exploitative by the design industry.