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Homicide detectives probe fatal shooting in Brampton | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
Peel police are investigating after a man was shot to death in Brampton on Thursday morning.
Homicide detectives probe death of man in Brampton | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
Peel police are investigating after a man was found dead following reports of a shooting in Brampton on Thursday morning.
'It's just a game': Iran  World Cup fans frustrated politics are mixing with soccer | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
Go watch a World Cup match in Toronto's Iranian neighbourhood and there's one thing you probably won't see a lot of: Iran soccer jerseys. That may be due to U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal.
City launches new Indigenous educational campaign, but advocates say still lots more 'work to do' | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
Many are hoping a new awareness campaign about the city's Indigenous history will help open peoples' eyes to the reality that as many as 70,000 Indigenous people are living in the Toronto area.
One male dead after shooting in Brampton: Peel police | CTV News
CTV News | June 21, 2018
One male is dead following a shooting in Brampton early this morning, Peel Regional Police confirm.
Century-old family recipes the secret behind this Mississauga BBQ spot | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
The barbecue is good, but it's the southern dishes at RD's Southern BBQ in Mississauga that tell the story of chef Jean Rimple's family history through plates like blackened catfish, étouffée, jambalaya and gumbo.
Police conduct raids across swath of GTA as part of organized crime investigation | CTV News
CTV News | June 21, 2018
More than 50 search warrants were conducted by Toronto police officers this morning across a swath of the GTA.
Police release photo of van believed to be used in suspected abduction of Toronto man | CTV News
CTV News | June 21, 2018
Police have released an image of a van they believe was used in the suspected abduction of a Toronto man last seen nearly three weeks ago.
Elderly couple injured in head-on crash near Guelph, Ont. | CTV News
CTV News | June 21, 2018
Provincial police say two people in their 70s were taken to hospital after a crash in Wellington County, Ont., on Wednesday.
Male seriously injured after stabbing in city's Moss Park neighbourhood | CTV News
CTV News | June 21, 2018
One male was rushed to hospital with serious injuries following a stabbing in Moss Park early Thursday morning.
Four-year-old grabbed from mother's side on Hamilton street, police say | CTV News
CTV News | June 21, 2018
Police say a young woman is in custody after allegedly grabbing a four-year-old from her mother's side on a Hamilton street.
CBC ends 'On The Money' program due to budget constraints | CTV News
CTV News | June 21, 2018
CBC says it's cancelling its afternoon business program "On The Money" due to budget constraints as it focuses resources on digital platforms.
Doug Ford's PCs may slam the brakes on electric vehicle incentives | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
Doug Ford’s government appears poised to cut incentives worth thousands of dollars for those buying electric vehicles.
Toronto police execute more than 50 search warrants in overnight raids | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
Toronto police conducted overnight raids targeting an alleged criminal organization. The operation involved more than 800 officers carrying out more than 50 search warrants across the GTA.
Airline passenger stranded without wheelchair at airport calls for better treatment of travellers | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
A woman with disabilities is speaking out after she got off a Sunwing Airlines flight only to find she was stranded without a wheelchair at Pearson International Airport.
Sexual misconduct claims against Norman Hardie send shockwaves through Ontario's wine industry | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
A Prince Edward County winemaker says she's hopeful that the industry won't be impacted by accusations of sexual misconduct against one of the giants in her business, but that it's too soon to know what the fallout will be.
Woman struck by vehicle while sitting on bench in Scarborough | CBC
CBC | June 21, 2018
A woman in her 50s or 60s was taken to hospital after being struck by a vehicle while sitting on a bench near a bus stop in Scarborough.
Police laid nearly 700 charges against truckers after day-long Ontario safety blitz | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
The Ontario Provincial Police laid 697 charges against commercial drivers and took 63 transports trucks off the road during Operation Corridor, a 24-hour safety blitz conducted last week.
Jury recommends sweeping changes after inquest into homeless man's death in shack fire | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
A jury has had handed down dozens of recommendations after a coroner's inquest into the death Grant Faulkner. The 49-year-old homeless man died after a propane stove caught fire and destroyed his wooden shack during a freezing winter night.
Renata Ford, Rob Ford's widow, gets 3 years probation in impaired driving case | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
The widow of former Toronto mayor Rob Ford has been given a suspended sentence after pleading guilty to impaired driving on Wednesday.
Brampton man turns himself in after violent attack on woman caught on video | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
A Brampton man is facing three charges, including sexual assault, after a woman was violently accosted in front of a child outside a convenience store earlier this month.
Police release video of violent attack on woman in Brampton, suspect still at large | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
Peel police have released shocking video of a sexual assault that took place outside a Brampton apartment building on June 1.
Male babysitter charged with sexual assault on children | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
Police say a man who used to attend functions dressed as Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny has been charged with multiple counts of sexual assault on children.
Wettlaufer inquiry to hear from London, Ont., long-term care home administrator | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
Elizabeth Wettluafer worked at Meadow Park Long-Term Care in London, Ont., for only five months, but killed one resident. The home knew Wettlaufer had been fired from her previous job for a medication error, but hired her anyway.
Ontario's Darlington nuclear reactor to produce isotope used for medical imaging | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
A subsidiary of Ontario Power Generation is partnering with U.S.-based BWX Technologies to help produce radioactive isotopes used to diagnose such conditions as cancer and heart disease.
2 men attacked with baseball bats raced to hospital with serious head injuries | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
Two men were taken to hospital after what police described as a "violent assault" early Wednesday morning.
Canadians can't light up yet, justice minister warns after 'historic' bill to legalize pot passes | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
The Senate has passed the contentious bill to legalize cannabis, but Canadians cannot legally light up for several weeks to give provinces time to set up a retail regime, Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould warned today.
'Someone was killed here': Cyclists prepare for emotional ghost bike ride for Dalia Chako | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
Toronto cyclists will take to the streets Wednesday evening for a memorial ghost bike ride in honour of Dalia Chako, the 58-year-old woman killed last while riding in the Bloor Street bike lane near the Annex.
Willowdale Councillor John Filion calling it quits ahead of Toronto election | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
Willowdale Coun. John Filion is retiring ahead of this fall’s municipal election, leaving a seat vacant in one of Toronto's fastest growing neighbourhoods.
Marijuana still illegal for now, as is drug-impaired driving, Justice Minister says | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
The federal government is basking in the glow of its newly realized plan to legalize marijuana, but it is reminding Canadians that pot remains illegal in this country until the Cannabis Act goes into effect.
Lawyer claims young Toronto black man beaten into coma by officers, but police say it never happened | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
An alleged case of police brutality making waves on social media — involving a 23-year-old black man whose lawyer says he was "beaten into a coma"— isn't what it's made out to be, say Toronto police.
Two people tested positive for hepatitis C after dentist visit in Orillia, Ont. | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Public health officials in Orillia, Ont., are recommending patients of a local dental clinic get checked for hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV after two people tested positive for one of the viruses.
Woman transported to hospital following Scarborough collision | CBC
CBC | June 20, 2018
A woman is being transported to hospital following a collision at the intersection of Orton Park Road and Lawrence Avenue East.
Ghost ride held for cyclist struck and killed in Annex | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
A ghost bike memorial is being held today for a 58-year-old female cyclist who was killed after she was struck by a truck in downtown Toronto last week.
Marijuana will be legal in Canada as of Oct. 17, Trudeau says | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Canadians will be able to legally purchase and consume recreational marijuana as of Oct. 17 -- one month later than expected.
Investors in solar energy expected to snub Ontario after Ford's new policies | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Solar industry participants say they expect more investment to flow to Alberta and the United States in the wake of premier-elect Doug Ford's vow to axe Ontario's cap-and-trade system and the Green Ontario Fund consumer rebate program it fuels.
Defenceman Carrick and goalie Pickard sign one-year deal with Maple Leafs | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
The Toronto Maple Leafs signed defenceman Connor Carrick and goalie Calvin Pickard to one-year contracts on Wednesday.
Two-run homer by Morales propels Blue Jays to 5-4 win | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Kendrys Morales hit a two-run homer and J.A. Happ was solid over 8 1/3 innings as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Atlanta Braves 5-4 on Wednesday afternoon.
Senate passes bill to legalize recreational marijuana | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
The Senate has passed the federal government's bill to legalize recreational cannabis by a vote of 52-29.
Green programs in limbo as Ford pledges to scrap carbon pricing | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
With Ontario's cap-and-trade system headed for the chopping block, several green initiatives and projects funded by the program are also on their way out -- and some environmental advocates and experts say more rollbacks are likely as the province swears in a new Progressive Conservative government ...
Men hospitalized after 'violent assault' using baseball bats in Halton, police say | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Police are investigating a violent assault near the border of Peel and Halton regions that left two men seriously injured on Wednesday morning.
Renata Ford due in court today on impaired driving charge | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
The widow of former Toronto mayor Rob Ford is set to appear in court today on charges of impaired driving.
Nearly 700 charges laid against truckers on Ontario roads in 24-hour period | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Provincial police say they laid nearly 700 charges against transport truck drivers during a day-long blitz on Ontario's roads last week.
Police Chief says gun violence increase in Toronto is not 'catastrophic' | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Chief Mark Saunders weighed in on the city’s recent spate of gun violence Wednesday and suggested that the situation is not out of line with a city of Toronto’s size.
Suspect called woman more than 200 times, posted intimate photo of her online: police | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Police in Toronto are searching for a suspect after a woman reported that an intimate photo of her was posted online, following months of harassment by a man .
Inquiry into homeless man's death finds more social services needed | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
An inquest examining the systemic factors that caused a homeless man to die in a fire while seeking shelter from the cold has recommended social supports be more accessible to those in need.
Atlanta Braves win 11-4 against Toronto Blue Jays | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Johan Camargo hit his first career grand slam and drove in five runs as the Atlanta Braves defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 11-4 on Tuesday in the opener of a two-game interleague series.
Video shows ‘violent assault’ using baseball bats stop traffic in Halton | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Video obtained by CTV News Toronto shows a group of people assaulting each other using what appears to be baseball bats near the border of Peel and Halton regions.
Man allegedly walks out of Reitmans with dresses stuffed down pants | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Police say they're looking for a man who allegedly walked out of a women's clothing store in Barrie, Ont., with two dresses stuffed down his pants.
Two men seriously injured after 'violent assault' in Halton | CTV News
CTV News | June 20, 2018
Police are investigating a “violent assault” near the border of Peel and Halton regions that left two men seriously injured.