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Toronto Police Services Board approves sweeping review of missing persons cases
The city committee responsible for overseeing the Toronto Police Service is moving forward with a wide-ranging review of how police handle missing persons cases.
Cyclist's camera captures shocking attack on Yonge Street
A cyclist’s camera captures the moment another cyclist is attacked and knocked to the ground in front of several cars on Yonge Street.
Solar companies may exit Ontario for Alberta after Doug Ford kills rebate program
The solar industry says money may move to Alberta and the U.S. after Ontario premier-designate Doug Ford axed the GreenON rebate program for energy efficient home upgrades.
2 males arrested in connection to fatal Mississauga stabbing
Peel police have arrested two males in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 19-year-old Mississauga man on May 26.
Linda Babcock faces her daughter's murderer to show Wayne Millard's death means something
Bombardier pouring millions into creation of GTA aerospace hub
Doug Ford loves subways so much he's vowing to build them to Pickering, Markham
Police arrest nearly 70 people in overnight raids targeting Five Point Generalz street gang
How a new wave of Indigenous cinema is changing the narrative of Canada
Doug Ford's PCs may slam the brakes on electric vehicle incentives
Meet some of the unsung heroes of Toronto's LGBT community
Century-old family recipes the secret behind this Mississauga BBQ spot
Doug Ford promises to keep Pickering nuclear plant open until 2024
Anishinaabe artist designs Twitter Turtle Island emoji for Indigenous History Month
Kitchener vintner's jalapeno wine wows judges at Ontario wine competition
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