Starting at 10 a.m., lawyers will argue whether the Court of Appeal should grant a “stay” of a lower-court ruling and revive a 25-ward election.
Dazia Lee received a call Monday night from a county detective saying that the body of her 1-year-old son, Kaiden, had been found 15 feet underwater.
The photographer, identified by other photojournalists as Samira Bouaou, passed the purple-coloured folder to Trump in a restricted area as he was wal
Dr. Kai-Uwe Eckardt of Berlin’s Charite hospital told reporters that Pyotr Verzilov, a member of the Russian protest group, has been receiving inten
The Nanaimo, B.C.-based company and a researcher at the University of California San Diego believe it is the first export of a cannabis study drug fro
Over the past two years, Lincoln Honoway has lived a normal and healthy life. It wasn't always the case. The five-year-old from Regina was diagnosed w
Murney Tower will be under construction for the next six to eight months for renovations.
Journalists from all six of the media organizations that formed a consortium to hold Monday night’s historic English debate fact-checked several of
South Korean President Moon Jae-in will head to Pyongyang on Tuesday for a landmark visit to salvage stalled nuclear talks between the U.S. and North
Police say they arrived to find Thomas Chan ranting and screaming inside his father's house.
The deal marked a significant agreement between the leaders of the two countries and delays an offensive that Turkey fears would create a humanitarian
The victim fell ‘from a height,’ according to paremedics and Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit is investigating.
Four cyclists and 26 pedestrians have been killed on Toronto streets so far this year, according to figures compiled by the Star.
In Calgary, weed smokers can’t light up anywhere except at their own residences. But the Alberta government is waiting until after Ottawa figures ou
Recent comments from a top U.S. Customs and Border Protection official suggest a no-tolerance policy for any Canadian with ties to cannabis.
A seven-month Toronto Star/CBC analysis of box office sales for Mars’s concert reveals the hidden tricks of the ticketing trade that allow manipulat
Queen’s Park’s actions to slash council and upend the election are “not in the public interest,” the City of Toronto argues.
President Moon Jae-in says he plans to have ‘heart-to-heart’ talks with Kim during their third summit of the year as U.S. negotiations with the No
More than half Toronto residents oppose the Ontario government’s move to cut council, including the premier’s home neighbourhood of Etobicoke, sur
Kavanaugh and the woman who made the accusation, Christine Blasey Ford, have said they’re willing to testify before the Senate as Republicans debate