It's a sobering statistic: more people are being sent to hospital because of alcohol over-consumption than for heart attacks, according to a report fr
An indigenous woman in Regina says she believes "people are going to die" because of the Saskatchewan government's decision to shut down the provincia
"It's crazy!", the 22-year-old said. "I didn't realize how easy it is to drown."
Man badly beaten in Cabbagetown rooming house after city hall was warned about continuing violence there.
The boy, 16, was found near Galleria Shopping Centre, near Dufferin and Dupont Sts. suffering from life-threatening stab wounds
Fair Change Community Legal Clinic challenges law created in 1999 to curtail rise in aggressive panhandling. Law discriminates
The trial and appeal of Valentine Ngoddy raises questions about the level of access people with developmental disabilities have
'I would tell her she is not my real family. I know now that she is Daesh and she did terrible things to my sisters'
In May the Liberals voted down a private member’s motion, tabled by Conservative MP Mike Lake, that called on the government to fund the partnership
The Parliament MPs will return to this fall promises to be different with new political leaders and a new dynamic as the 2019 e
University of Toronto international security professor says she tried to take a non-flash picture of the orchestra before the s
Survey reveals where Canadians carry the highest and lowest consumer debt loads
It's gigantic. And it's expensive.
Upgrades to the north side of gallery are finishing just in time for the annual TD International Jazz Festival on Saturday.
Opposition parties have been highly critical of the plan short-term gain for long-term pain because of the billions in extra co
A 2016 provincial decision made a dent in the astronomical wait list, but hundreds of patients are still waiting for a call.
Choi Soon-sil has been sentenced to three years in prison for using her presidential ties to unlawfully get her daughter into a
The announcement came days after Cosby’s trial ended in a hung jury and while he is still battling several suits from other w
Community says entire $380,000 promised by Health Canada to help pay for mental health workers has yet to arrive.
Councillors are moving into two camps in the bid for appointment to the now-vacant Ward 44 seat in Scarborough – pitting form