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25 min ago | National Post
Toronto City Councillor Doug Ford has been accused of vote buying after he was filmed handing out $20 bills to public housing residents.
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4 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
Jeffrey Marks, 31, has been charged with making an arrangement to commit sexual assault, two counts of failing to comply with probation and two counts with failing to comply to a recognizance.
6 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
The Enigma Lofts will have 86 loft-style suites and townhouses in a nine-storey building near Bloor Street and Lansdowne Avenue.
10 hrs ago | National Post
While at least a dozen members of the beloved "maggot" media turned up for the Ford Christmas party, only three city councillors attended, and one of them was Councillor Doug Ford.
Community mailboxes like this one in Richmond Hill can pose challenges to elderly or handicapped people, particularly in bad weather.
We're in for a snowy week ahead. Be prepared, folks. In the news: Rob Ford and Conrad Black sit down for a cozy chat, two former mayors named David think that expansion at Billy Bishop Airport is a really bad idea, a young boy gets hit by a car in Regent Park, and an aspiring race car driver gets arrested on the 401.
Film: This month's Cinema Politica takes a look at the wave of social mobilization that washed over Quebec in the spring of 2012 with a screening of Insurgence .
An 87-year-old man is in hospital in critical condition after being struck by a car on Burnhamthorpe Road in Mississauga.
Hezza, dugga, bodum, fam: the conversations released in the latest surveillance report are laced with drug lingo and street slang the police do often not decode.
Staff Insp. Mike Earl says that police have run out of leads in a dozen GTA bank robberies that occurred between 2006 and the present.
Archival photos show how Vancouverites of yesteryear weren't much better prepared for snow than they are today.
The casket of Const. John Zivcic is carried into his memorial service at the Toronto Congress Centre on Monday.
In a prelude to Monday's public memorial, Const. John Zivcic's friends and colleagues mourned more privately Sunday, sombrely filing into North York's Delmoro Funeral Home to pay their respects to fallen police officer's family.