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'All the ingredients are set in place' for strong late-summer thunderstorm, Environment Canada says

High winds have caused power outages throughout the city and led the TTC to run subway trains a bit slower as a cold front moves through the area, with the potential to cause "dangerous" thunderstorms through the evening.

Wynne's Liberals left $15B deficit, $8B more than reported in last budget, Fedeli says

Ontario’s new finance minister says the previous Liberal government has saddled the province with a $15 billion deficit this year, more than $8 billion larger than indicated in the budget this spring.

Toronto Danforth shooter stood over woman and shot her 4 times, unsealed warrants show

Nearly two months after the Danforth shooting, unsealed search warrants show that Faisal Hussain stood over a woman and shot her four times during a rampage that ended with the 29-year-old shooting himself in the head.
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'The world is a sadder place': Alleged murder of Belgian hitchhiker haunts Ontario stranger who hosted her

Trish Dayman-Ross gave Amelie Sakkalis a bed in her family's Barrie, Ont., home for two nights last spring. Since hearing about the Belgian tourist's alleged murder in B.C., she can't stop thinking about their encounter.

Mississauga auto scrap yard blaze extinguished after all-night battle

A blaze at an auto scrap yard that some 50 firefighters battled overnight is now extinguished and the situation is now under control, the city of Mississauga says.

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