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Toronto no-fault eviction applications have risen 50 per cent over the...

Toronto tenants are at increasing risk of losing their rental housing through no fault of their own, pushed out by landlords seeking to...

They complained for years about their water — and were told...

TOTTENHAM, ONT.—The anger inside the jam-packed community centre was beginning to spill over. Hundreds of residents from this community an hour northwest of...

Novice driver sentenced to two years less a day after killing...

A novice driver who had been drinking and speeding recklessly along Bloor Street before crashing into a light pole at Parliament Street, killing...

Toronto real estate exits the red zone for the first time...

Canada’s national housing agency has moved the Toronto region housing market out of the high-risk red zone into the moderate yellow area for...

Canada still waiting while U.S. works to get new NAFTA approved...

WASHINGTON, D.C.—A congressional working group was meeting Wednesday with U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer in an attempt to come to a resolution that...

Hallway health care in Ontario will get worse over the next...

The number of patients being treated in hospital hallways will continue to rise as Ontarians wait for more nursing home beds promised by...

He’s 92, she’s 86, and their ‘walk to the willow’ near...

Tree of the Week showcases some of the biggest and most beautiful trees in the GTA, as compiled by Megan Ogilvie. Here, Alan...

Still pushing for personhood: 90 years after Canada recognized the rights...

It was the day when Canada finally recognized that yes, women were equal persons to men.Days before the country again goes to the...

What’s going to happen to the $7.5B Ottawa has pledged to...

A change in government inevitably comes with a change in priorities. Could a change after the Oct. 21 election mean big cuts to...

Scarborough RT riders may be taking buses for years under new...

A transit deal between the city and the province means at least three years of limbo for Scarborough commuters who have long been...
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