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Prof. Syed Badiuddin Soharwardy speaks at an event marking the beginning of a new program at the Sufi Muslim mosque, Jamia Riyadhul Jannah, in Mississauga, Ontario on Sept.
A 22-year-old man and 16-year-old boy are facing street racing charges in connection with a crash in Toronto that killed a teenage cyclist.
Ontario Provincial Police have released a video to try to identify two people they say could be witnesses in the unsolved murder of a central Ontario woman.
Derek Stoffel is a Middle East correspondent for CBC News. He has covered the Arab Spring uprisings in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya, reported from Syria during the ongoing civil war and covered the Israeli and Palestinian conflict.
"We're trying to build a world-class business and we cannot do it competitively with these regressive forms of taxation," Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu said in an interview Thursday.
Out of over 76,000 entries, Jennifer Brown's cri 1 2me bri 1 2li 1 2e-filled doughnut topped with peanut butter cups has taken home top prize in Tim Hortons Duelling Doughnuts contest.
A Sunwing plane was escorted by two military planes back to Pearson on Thursday after two passengers were reported to be acting disruptive.
A Holt Renfrew store is shown at Yorkdale Mall in Toronto on Oct. 24, 2013. A Holt Renfrew store is shown at Yorkdale Mall in Toronto on Oct. 24, 2013.
The province has met its July 3 commitment to establish a development corporation within 60 days.
David Young says Glenn Gould was as much a philosopher as a world-renowned pianist.
A Canadian man who was thought to have died in a fire back in 1977 has been found living in Oklahoma with a new family.
Keeping frosh week activities fun and engaging for students while at the same time respectful and inclusive is a pressing challenge facing Canadian universities, says a leading expert who helped a university last year in the aftermath of a chant that glorified non-consensual sex with underage girls.
LONDON, Ont. - Western University's student paper is pulling its frosh issue from campus following complaints over articles it admits "appeared to promote excessive drinking, drug use and sexual advances on teaching assistants."
A man and his daughter have been rescued after spending several hours clinging to their overturned catamaran in Lake Ontario near Hamilton Tuesday night.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 04:33 am
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