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Tortured in Chechnya for being gay, this man found refuge and safety in Canada
A man who was tortured in Chechnya for being gay is sharing his story to inspire others from his community whose lives are still in danger.
1 dead, another injured after multiple shootings in Brampton
One person is dead and another seriously injured after what Peel police are describing as "multiple shootings" on Highway 410 in Brampton.
Homeowner wants to cut down this walnut tree due to allergies. Not so fast, experts say
A city council committee is being asked to allow a North York man to chop down a backyard black walnut tree on the grounds that his family members are allergic to the nuts. But there's concern that could lead to an avalanche of similar claims, and the destruction of thousands of healthy, nut-bearing trees.
Victim in deadly Mississauga shooting ID'd as Grade 12 student Jonathan Davis
A 17-year-old boy killed in a shooting in Mississauga, Ont., has been identified as Jonathan Davis, a Grade 12 student just weeks into his final year of high school.
Bianca Andreescu accepts key to Mississauga as hometown celebrates U.S. Open champion
Tennis star Bianca Andreescu was given the key to the city by Missisauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie on Sunday, as thousands rallied in her hometown to celebrate the recent U.S. Open champion.
Federal party leaders address gun violence after weekend shooting near Toronto
Autoworkers in U.S. strike against GM in contract dispute
Premier Doug Ford filmed Ontario News Now videos at least 100 times
One of Canada's oldest music stores shutting down just shy of 100th anniversary
Toronto anti-noise blitz a flop
Ontario health-care workers' pension has up to $430M at stake in Danish tax dispute
Man, 24, killed Caledon crash; passenger injured
Major installation to bring King-Liberty bridge 1 big step closer to completion