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What we know about apparent 'armed kidnapping' of Wanzhen 'Peter' Lu
The vehicle used in what police say was an "armed kidnapping" of a 22-year-old Chinese international student Saturday night in Markham, Ont., has been located in Toronto, police say.
Over 600 Ontarians died from opioid overdoses in first 6 months of last year
New numbers show that 629 Ontarians died from opioid overdoses in the first six months of 2018. That's an approximately 15 per cent increase from the same time period in 2017, when 549 people died from opioid-related causes.
Sex offender in Brampton under strictest possible restrictions, public safety minister says
Canada's public safety minister is offering reassurances to a community pushing back against the release of a sex offender convicted of crimes against young children.
'Scott should not have died': Inquest begins into fatal Radiohead stage collapse
Drum technician Scott Johnson died on stage when the roof came "crashing down quickly and without warning," a coroner's chief counsel testifies at the inquest into the stage collapse before a Radiohead concert in Toronto nearly seven years ago.
U of T gets $100M donation for innovation centre studying AI
The University of Toronto is receiving the biggest donation in its history — money that will be devoted to studying artificial intelligence and how it affects society at large.
Women who sheltered Edward Snowden in Hong Kong heads to Toronto after being granted asylum
'Disturbing' reports of man approaching teen girls in Rosedale: police
Woman sues Toronto doctors for allegedly ignoring father's wishes to stay alive
Man still paying off 'predatory' contracts his father signed with HVAC company funded by big financial lender
Ontario's first legal pot shops won't slow down 'robust' black market, experts warn
Omar Khadr's war crimes sentence is finished, Alberta judge rules
Bigger class sizes will 'inevitably' bite into graduation rates, says union president
Police look to identify car connected to Sunday shooting in Parkdale
After $77M worth of booze stolen in 1 year, LCBO union demands Ontario copy Manitoba's crackdown plan
Climate change politics may defy even the most rational arguments: Don Pittis
OPP union launching its own suicide prevention program
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