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A woman in her 20s has been confirmed dead by Toronto EMS following an incident Saturday afternoon along St. Dennis Dr. Paramedics received a call shortly before 2:30 p.m. where they say they found a woman in her mid-20s with a gunshot wound to the head following a shooting in the Don Mills Rd. and Eglinton Ave area.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he was unaware that a former senior aide, Sheila Paxton, had participated in a federal kickback scheme about a decade ago.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford faces the media during a news conference prior to the Big City Mayor's Meeting in Ottawa Feb. 26. Police took out a new search warrant in the Project Brazen 2 case.
DUNDEE REIT today announced that it has reached an agreement to extend the lease contract with Aviva Insurance for the 316,000 square feet this tenant currently occupies for one additional year until September 2017.
The city that belted out “Love to Live in Toronto” just five years ago, gave - and got - no presents to celebrate its birthday Wednesday, the 180th year since the city incorporated in 1834.
This is the first of a weekly feature that highlights the 10 best music happenings in Toronto.
Toronto Police Services Board member Andy Pringle is recusing himself from discussions about Mayor Rob Ford and his brother Councillor Doug Ford after allegations by the Fords of a conflict of interest.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford talks to a resident as he tours a TCHC building on Henry Lane Terrace on Wednesday.
Home of the Week, 81 Victor Ave., Toronto. ASKING PRICE: Originally $849,000, now $949,000.
Before Chicago's Prentice Women's Hospital came down, the National Trust for Historic Preservation led a massive campaign to save it.
William Shorten, 47, is accused of committing what police called an indecent act, involving a 12-year-old girl in a bookstore.
After a year of careful preparation, Olivia Chow is finally ready to enter what is fast shaping up as a tough race to become Toronto's next mayor.
Toronto is hiring consultants to do an $800,000 review of ward boundaries that could lead to more - not fewer - city councillors, thanks to population growth since the last review in 2000.
The poverty of expectation: what do our kids need from us? They need to know that we expect the best from them, and that they must expect the best from us.