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'Flimsy' bike lane barriers need replacing to protect cyclists, advocates say
A cycling advocacy group says the city needs to replace the "flimsy" bollards with something more solid and permanent to protect the growing number of people opting to use bikes to move around the city.
Video captures refugee children enjoying snow for 1st time
A video that shows two refugee children from Eritrea enjoying snow for the first time in Canada is melting hearts on social media.
Female pedestrian dead after collision in Scarborough
Toronto police say one person is dead after being struck by a vehicle in Scarborough Monday evening.
Pot deliveries back on track after delays, OCS says
After a series of delays and customer complaints about not receiving their pot orders, the Ontario Cannabis Store announced Monday its online delivery service is back on track.
Police search for 9 youths wanted in attack on Jewish teens
Toronto police are seeking the public’s help in identifying and locating nine youths wanted in connection with an attack on a group of Jewish teens.
City of Toronto quashes plans to buy hotel housing refugees, asylum seekers
PCs say no to NDP motion for 2,000 new long-term care beds in eastern GTA
The El Mocambo's neon palm tree is back on Spadina Avenue
Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee dead at 95
Toronto's new shelter plan just a short-term solution to homelessness, advocates say
Ontario government says cannabis deliveries 'back on track' after backlog cleared
Pickering man recounts 'near-death experience' on Toronto-bound Fly Jamaica flight
A year into King Street pilot project, it's not clear if metrics or politics will decide its fate
2 arrested for suspected impaired driving in separate crashes overnight
Liberals planning national tourism strategy as part of election-year economic pitch