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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, seen speaking with members of the media on Friday, has said allegations that there is a video that appears to show him smoking crack cocaine are 'ridiculous.' Toronto Mayor Rob Ford won't be taking calls on his weekly radio show this afternoon, though his absence from the airwaves isn't silencing the discussion about a ... (more)
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When 28-year-old Sarah McNally opened her bookstore in Manhattan, The New York Times called her the 'Defiant Newcomer,' but her unique approach to the business is paying off.
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The annual fireworks extravaganza at Ashbridge's Bay on Monday night will be mark the close of the holiday weekend.
Councillor Doug Ford broke his uncharacteristic silence Saturday to comment on reports of a video that seems to show Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine.
A federal agency that ensures banks and other financial institutions follow the rules has itself broken the rules on hospitality spending.
Senator Pamela Wallin, chair of the National Security and Defence committee, adjusts her glasses at the start of a meeting, Monday February 11, 2013 in Ottawa.
Sitting in Tim Bosma's packed living room at 9:30 a.m. on May 14, Det.-Sgt. Matt Kavanagh came to update the missing man's family and friends on the investigation into his disappearance.
The revelation that Hollywood celebrity Angelina Jolie had a double mastectomy as a preventative measure against cancer stoked heated discussion this week, but one prominent cancer researcher says it demonstrates the need to make genetic testing available to all Canadians.
Toronto police say they now have a description and DNA of the suspect involved in the murder of Brampton resident Delano Coombs.
It's that time of the year again, when weekend events take over Toronto, leading to road closures across the city.
Mayor Rob Ford responds to comments by Coun. Adam Vaughan in council at city hall in Toronto on Nov.
When people own homes, is that bad for business? A new study suggests that, in the U.S., this may be true.
Two Toronto Star reporters and the editor of the U.S. website Gawker claim to have viewed a video that allegedly shows Mayor Rob Ford smoking what appears to be crack cocaine.
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