Mississauga apartment fire sends 2 people to hospital
Two people were sent to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a fire broke out in a low-rise apartment building in Mississauga on Wednesday morning.
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To censor the internet, 10 countries use Canadian filtering technology, researchers say
Technology developed by a company in Waterloo, Ont., is being used by regimes and democracies throughout the world to censor online content, according to a new global investigation conducted by Citizen Lab.
Cabinet minister seeks out Liberal leakers with email to MHAs
Just hours after the premier denied knowing about a harassment complaint against one of his caucus members, Dale Kirby sent an email to Liberal MHAs seeking out the complainants.
Students take on a first of its kind project documenting lost black history in Essex County
Grade 11 and 12 students at Academie Ste-Cecile International School spent Monday surveying historic black cemeteries across Essex County.
Province says new legislation will keep Indigenous communities involved in children's welfare
Under the legislation, the Ministry of Children and Family Development said they will share more information with Indigenous communities as soon as a child goes into care.
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Blisters, maybe coyotes, but finally — a yes: How one man planned to walk for love
It was the thought that counts.
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CONSUMER ALERT: Laser eye surgery not as cool as name implies
I signed up for the procedure with high hopes. However, once it was complete, I came to the disappointing conclusion that laser eye surgery is a bait-and-switch scam that does not live up to its name.
First saltie of the season arrives in Thunder Bay port
Better late than never. The first saltie, or ocean-going vessel, arrived in Thunder Bay port on Sunday, marking the official opening of the port's international shipping season.
Suggested additions to the Canadian lexicon
Here are 15 new terms that capture the unique beauty and frustration of living life in this gloriously strange and specific nation.
Toxic coral in home aquarium blamed for making Gatineau family sick
Seven members of a Gatineau, Que., family, including a pregnant woman and three small children, fell ill on Sunday while setting up a large aquarium. They blame toxins released by coral for landing them in hospital and driving them from their home.
7-year-old food critic dishes on P.E.I.'s Burger Love
Seven-year old Jack Pickering is P.E.I.'s newest — and possibly youngest — food critic.
OPP investigate NAPS shooting that injured a man in Attawapiskat
Ontario Provincial Police are investigating an incident involving Nishnawbe-Aski Police (NAPS) wounding a man in an Attawapiskat home on April 19, 2018 around 5:30 p.m. OPP say NAPS was responding after a report of a man in possession of a gun in the home.
'We don't want to rush this,' coroner says of painstaking work to ID victims of Toronto van attack
Ontario's chief coroner says investigators will proceed with caution in the coming days as they work to identify the victims of a van attack on a north Toronto street.
Overtime goal puts Islanders back in series
At home down two games to none, the Charlottetown Islanders overcame a last-minute goal to win in overtime Tuesday night in their second round Quebec Major Junior Hockey League series.
Police investigate fatal stabbing in SOHO district
London Police are searching for a suspect after a homicide in the city’s SOHO district on Tuesday night.
Get up and go: Windsor's weather, traffic and gas prices for Wednesday
Everything you need to know to start your day.
Ottawa-Gatineau traffic updates for April 25
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London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Wednesday
London's weather, traffic and gas prices for Wednesday, April 25
RNC officer Johnny-on-the-spot for armed robbery, cashier sent to hospital
An RNC officer was Johnny-on-the-spot, intervening in an attempted armed robbery that resulted in a cashier being sent to hospital.
Carleton Place brewer snubbed by LCBO has new can design
With a new label and a new name for their most popular beer, an Ottawa-area brewery is hoping their product can finally flow onto LCBO store shelves.
One on One with Markus - Michael DeGagné
Growing up, Michael DeGagné says his Indigenous culture was never front and centre.
'People are just ashamed': How stigma keeps crystal meth addicts from getting help
Vince O'Donohue with Main Street Project discusses some of the symptoms of crystal meth addiction and the stigma that keeps those battling addictions from coming forward.
'Spinning out of control' on meth
Phil Goss, psychosis followed long periods of sleeplessness after using meth. He spent several years behind bars before turning his life around. he now works as a peer advocate at Main Street Project.