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A mentally ill man died after a run-in with jail guards in 2016. Now Ontario police say no one will be charged
Three and half years after a mentally ill man was pepper-sprayed, shackled and found lifeless on the floor of an Ontario jail cell, a new investigation into his death has reached the same conclusion as the first: No one will be held criminally responsible.
Jim Karygiannis can resume council seat while he appeals decision to oust him, court rules
Jim Karygiannis can return to his position as a Toronto city councillor after a decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal on Wednesday.
GTA Lebanese community calls on federal government to help rebuild after explosion
A member of the Lebanese community in the Greater Toronto Area is calling on the Canadian government to help rebuild the Beirut port, which was devastated in a massive explosion Tuesday.
Toronto records 18 new cases of COVID-19 but numbers 'are holding steady,' officials say
Toronto has recorded 18 newly-confirmed cases of COVID-19 and one new probable case, the city's medical officer of health says.
Ford won't commit to lower class sizes, while Ontario sees fewer than 100 new COVID-19 cases
Toronto, Ottawa, Peel, York and Chatham-Kent were the only public health units with 10 or more new cases. Twenty-two of the province's 34 health units reported no new cases at all.