Toronto man, 19, facing fourth murder charge in third shooting incident

Police have said that Williams’s new first degree charge will be prosecuted along side his existing second degree murder charges.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

BREAKING: Climate activists block downtown Toronto streets with 'sit-in' for 'climate justice'

Protestors held a “sit-in” outside the Ministry of the Environment on Bay and Wellesley Street as part of the Global Day of Climate Action to demand climate justice and a “clean and just recovery” from COVID-19 that prioritizes climate solutions.

Beth Baisch

Window cleaners rescued from top floor of Toronto tower after platform collapses 25 stories

Toronto Police say thE incident took place around noon. Two men were doing work near the 18th floor of a Young street tower, when their platform suddenly plummeted into the ground.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

Toronto police seize large cache of drugs and weapons

Toronto Metropolitan Police have made a major seizure from a North York search warrant operation, finding cash, drugs, and a fully automatic gun.

James Anthony

First-degree murder charges for Toronto 18-year-old after shooting death of 20-year-old

A 18-year-old is in custody after a 20-year-old man was shot and killed in Toronto’s Leaside neighbourhood last June.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

Toronto mayor says cancellation of fall, winter events including New Year's to be expected

Gatherings like New Years Eve celebrations at Nathan Phillips square, Remembrance Day ceremonies, the Royal Winter Fair and the Santa Claus Parade are all apart of the events that are expected to be cancelled.

Joe Vaughan

Toronto police seeking suspect after syringes found outside grade school

Police say the man allegedly left the needles at a school in the Eglinton Avenue and Mount Pleasant Road area at around 10 am yesterday.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Ontario COVID cases jump to 478—highest number since early May

Lamentably, cases continue to spike in Ontario on a day to day basis, as the last reporting period shows 478 new cases, up from the previously reported 425.

James Anthony

Airbnb removes over 40 Ontario listings in bid to weed out 'party houses'

Airbnb has temporarily suspended over 40 listings across Ontario, as the short-term rental giant continues in its effort to weed out "party houses" during the pandemic.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

59 Ontario residents facing fines of up to $100,000 for breaking COVID restrictions

Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown has said that his city would be cracking down on illegal meet ups, as the city has been a hotbed of cases.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Toronto police warn of possible serial killer after two similar murders in five days

Toronto Police issued a formal warning to the residents of Rexdale on Monday after two similar stabbings occurred in the area.

Joe Vaughan

Toronto man killed by UP express train after killing both of his parents

Toronto Police say that a 28-year-old man was fatally hit by a train after he killed his parents at their Weston home Saturday afternoon.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel

Toronto mayor says strip clubs should close again following another COVID-19 outbreak

Toronto Mayor John Tory said Monday that it could be a good idea to shut down adult entertainment venues again following a COVID-19 outbreak reported in a second strip club in the city.

Collin Jones

WATCH: Protestors block Toronto streets to oppose Ontario land development

Protestors in Toronto blocked the intersection of Church and Bloor outside the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs Ontario in solidarity with the “1492 Land Back Lane” blockade in Caledonia, Ontario.

Beth Baisch

Toronto poetry slam charges white people admission, but is free for 'black and indigenous folks'

Toronto Poetry Slam is offering free show tickets to black and indigenous patrons and charging all those who are not.

Mia Cathell