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Appeals court says Durham police can’t sue Crown for ‘negligent’ advice in botched ‘Mr. Big’ murder sting

Appeals court says Durham police can’t sue Crown for ‘negligent’ advice in botched ‘Mr....

“Mr. Big” — a controversial police sting technique that has come under fire for producing false confessions — is driving a wedge between his two closest allies.Five years after Cobourg man Alan Smith...
Seven hurt after Uber SUV runs red light downtown include 69-year-old pedestrian and baby in stroller, police say

Seven hurt after Uber SUV runs red light downtown include 69-year-old pedestrian and baby...

The seven people injured after police say the driver of SUV, which had Uber markings, ran a red light at a major downtown intersection Thursday afternoon include a 69-year-old female pedestrian and a...
One dead after fiery crash on QEW in Oakville, police say

One dead after fiery crash on QEW in Oakville, police say

One person is dead and several people are in hospital with injuries after a fiery collision on the QEW Thursday night. Halton Regional police say they were called to the scene after a...
In a rare legal case, Toronto teen gets green light to sue children’s aid for negligence

In a rare legal case, Toronto teen gets green light to sue children’s aid...

A Superior Court judge has ruled that a Toronto teenager can proceed with a $2 million lawsuit against the Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto for allegedly conducting a negligent investigation and placing...
Pioneer Village, conservation areas threatened by Ford government directive, official warns

Pioneer Village, conservation areas threatened by Ford government directive, official warns

A Ford government order that conservation authorities halt non-essential activities could trigger the closure of Black Creek Pioneer Village, conservation areas and nature trails, the chair of the agency protecting GTA watersheds is...
Why winning the cannabis lottery is only ‘the first step’ for Ontario’s would-be pot shop owners

Why winning the cannabis lottery is only ‘the first step’ for Ontario’s would-be pot...

Of 2,078 applications in Tuesday’s provincial lottery for the chance to apply for new pot shop licences in the GTA, five winners proposed the same Oshawa address for their intended stores. Two of...
How millennial mobsters are changing the face of organized crime

How millennial mobsters are changing the face of organized crime

A new generation is reshaping the underworld with its profound sense of entitlement, impatience and computer skills, a noted organized crime writer says.Millennials are the changing the face of organized crime, Luis Najera...
Four people hurt, one with life-threatening injuries, following three-vehicle crash downtown, involving pedestrians

Four people hurt, one with life-threatening injuries, following three-vehicle crash downtown, involving pedestrians

Six people have been taken to hospital, including a woman who sustained life-threatening injuries, following a three-vehicle collision in downtown Thursday afternoon. Toronto paramedics arrived on scene near Bay and College Sts. around...
Jagmeet Singh: It’s time for a government that’s on the side of young people

Jagmeet Singh: It’s time for a government that’s on the side of young people

Young Canadians are undeniably and inexcusably getting ripped off.Low wages, jobs without benefits or security, rising tuition, mountains of student debt, sky-high child care costs, unchecked cellphone and credit card companies, astronomical rents,...
From ear wax treatment to sinus scans: The 11 medical procedures to be delisted or restricted under OHIP

From ear wax treatment to sinus scans: The 11 medical procedures to be delisted...

House calls to non-housebound patients, outdated fertility testing and unnecessary earwax removal are among 11 health services being delisted or restricted from OHIP coverage, a committee tasked with modernizing Ontario’s taxpayer-funded insurance plan...