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Toronto at the centre of 'smart city' R&D with launch of new technology hub
A group of companies, including tech giants like Microsoft, is opening a new hub devoted to turning Toronto into a what it calls a "smart city."
Security pounce on man attempting to crash Air Canada Centre boxing match
A fight on the undercard of the Adonis Stevenson-Badou Jack boxing card at the Air Canada Centre was briefly interrupted Saturday night when a man tried to force his way into the ring.
Port Hope to re-evaluate summer camp descriptions after parent backlash
Port Hope has been offering a variety of camps for years, but this year the description of a couple of camps is stirring up controversy.
At least 9 horses found dead at rented farm where OSPCA laid animal cruelty charges
At least nine dead horses have been dug from the ground of farm in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ont., a day after three people renting the property were charged with animal cruelty offences.
PC Leader Doug Ford hammered over allegations stolen data helped boost campaign
From viewing parties to city hall nuptials, here's how thousands marked the royal wedding in Toronto
Toronto police search for 2 suspects after theft at high-end store ends in rollover crash
CPR instructors offer free workshop to help bystanders act in the wake of Toronto van attack
Boy, 8, seriously injured after being struck by vehicle in Mimico
NDP and Liberals rule out corner store sale of beer and wine in Ontario
Horwath writes off Wynne: The choice is Doug Ford or me
Doug Ford is a populist, but it's not yet clear what kind
How Toronto is 'at the lead' in the effort to save its bees
How fascinators marked the royal wedding in Toronto
Parents, friends of international student defrauded out of over $200K in virtual kidnapping scam
Fire up the grill: Toronto chefs dish on barbeque tips for long weekend
THE ROYAL WEDDING
After delighting crowds, newlyweds Meghan and Prince Harry celebrate at private reception