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How accused killer Dellen Millard wound up questioning his alleged victim's father | CBC How accused killer Dellen Millard wound up questioning his alleged victim's father
The father of Laura Babcock was "concerned" about being questioned in court by the man accused of killing his daughter, but despite a pretrial effort by the Crown to avoid the scenario, a judge allowed it to happen.
CBC | December 13, 2017
'My life ... is hell on Earth': Parkinson's patient battles barriers to assisted death | CBC 'My life ... is hell on Earth': Parkinson's patient battles barriers to assisted death
Nancy Vickers, suffering with Parkinson's disease, was determined to get a medically assisted death. But she had to grapple with a bureaucratic provincial system despite a Canadian law that has made the procedure legal since June 2016.
CBC | December 13, 2017
Ontario's new ticket sales law could backfire for fans, critics warn | CBC Ontario's new ticket sales law could backfire for fans, critics warn
Ontario is on the verge of overhauling the way tickets for live events are bought and sold and some major stakeholders in the industry are warning the measures could drive online sales to the black market and offer less fraud protection for fans. But the government said it acted to put fans first.
CBC | December 13, 2017
Byelection winner Jean Yip 'not different than anyone else who's lost a spouse' | CBC Byelection winner Jean Yip 'not different than anyone else who's lost a spouse'
Jean Yip says her husband, Arnold Chan, would have been proud of what she accomplished Monday night. Yip has picked up the legacy of what the late Liberal MP started, winning the Liberal seat in the Toronto riding of Scarborough-Agincourt in a byelection.
CBC | December 13, 2017
3,265 cross-Canada interviews later, Toronto couple brings storytelling project home | CBC 3,265 cross-Canada interviews later, Toronto couple brings storytelling project home
A husband and wife who spent three years gathering stories from people around the country are bringing their epic project back to Toronto and putting on a show.
CBC | December 13, 2017
If you think it's frigid today, wait until it feels like -27 tomorrow | CBC If you think it's frigid today, wait until it feels like -27 tomorrow
Today feels very, very cold. But winter is only getting started.
CBC | December 13, 2017
Liberal MP Jean Yip wins Scarborough-Agincourt byelection | CTV News Liberal MP Jean Yip wins Scarborough-Agincourt byelection
The Liberals retained two safe seats and the Conservatives hung onto a safe seat of their own in three of four federal byelections held Monday.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Police say relations with Church-Wellesley 'strained' not 'broken' in wake of deaths, disappearances | CBC Police say relations with Church-Wellesley 'strained' not 'broken' in wake of deaths, disappearances
Toronto police say its relationship with Church and Wellesley is "strained" after two recent deaths and a string of disappearances in the downtown neighbourhood but insists it is not "broken."
CBC | December 12, 2017
Extreme cold weather alert issued as temperatures set to plunge | CBC Extreme cold weather alert issued as temperatures set to plunge
Toronto's chief medical officer has issued an extreme cold weather alert for the city as winter settles in for the long haul.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Wynne says apology would end defamation fight with Brown | CTV News Wynne says apology would end defamation fight with Brown
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says her defamation lawsuit against the Opposition leader would end if he simply apologized.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Nearly 25,700 students receive tuition refunds after Ontario college strike, early numbers show | CBC Nearly 25,700 students receive tuition refunds after Ontario college strike, early numbers show
Nearly 25,700 full time Ontario college students received tuition refunds after a five-week strike derailed their semester.
CBC | December 12, 2017
King Street pilot project data shows faster streetcars, minimal traffic slowdowns | CBC King Street pilot project data shows faster streetcars, minimal traffic slowdowns
The King streetcar is slightly faster and far more reliable thanks to the city's new pilot project, new data released today shows.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Early numbers show more than 25,000 college students received tuition refund | CTV News Early numbers show more than 25,000 college students received tuition refund
Nearly 25,700 full time Ontario college students received tuition refunds after a five-week-strike derailed their semester.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Homicide unit investigating woman's death in Malvern | CTV News Homicide unit investigating woman's death in Malvern
A medical complaint call has turned into a homicide investigation in the city’s east end.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Why Kathleen Wynne's polling numbers may be not as bad as you think | CBC Why Kathleen Wynne's polling numbers may be not as bad as you think
The Ontario election race might be a whole lot closer than you think.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Transport truck jack-knifed on Highway 401 near DVP as snow slows city traffic | CBC Transport truck jack-knifed on Highway 401 near DVP as snow slows city traffic
A jack-knifed tractor trail stalled traffic in the westbound Highway 401 lanes near the Don Valley Parkway early Tuesday morning, perhaps a harbinger of the commute to come as Toronto sees its first big snowfall of the season.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Sex assault charges against Mustafa Ururyar to be dropped | CBC Sex assault charges against Mustafa Ururyar to be dropped
Sexual assault charges against Mustafa Ururyar will be dropped in a Toronto courtroom on Wednesday, CBC Toronto has learned.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Police caution drivers to slow down as GTA faces first significant snowfall of season | CTV News Police caution drivers to slow down as GTA faces first significant snowfall of season
Police are reminding drivers to slow down this morning as the GTA continues to face its first significant snowfall of the season.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Leafs let 3rd period lead slip away as Flyers win 4th-straight | CBC Leafs let 3rd period lead slip away as Flyers win 4th-straight
Sean Couturier scored the tiebreaking goal with 2:55 left and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 on Tuesday night for their fourth straight victory.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Flyers win 4-2 over Maple Leafs | CTV News Flyers win 4-2 over Maple Leafs
Sean Couturier scored the tiebreaking goal with 2:55 left and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 on Tuesday night for their fourth straight victory.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Jurors in Laura Babcock's trial never heard of Tim Bosma's murder | CTV News Jurors in Laura Babcock's trial never heard of Tim Bosma's murder
Jurors deciding the fate of two men accused of murdering Laura Babcock and burning her body were never told that human remains were found in an animal incinerator belonging to one of the accused months after the Toronto woman vanished.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Alloura Wells was a 'talented singer' with a 'good heart,' her father says at memorial | CTV News Alloura Wells was a 'talented singer' with a 'good heart,' her father says at memorial
The father of a missing transgender woman whose body was found in a Rosedale ravine over the summer says he hopes his daughter will be remembered for her “good heart” and “beautiful smile.”
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Ten things jurors at the Laura Babcock trial did not hear | CTV News Ten things jurors at the Laura Babcock trial did not hear
A jury is deliberating the case of two men accused of killing a Toronto woman and burning her body in an animal incinerator. Dellen Millard and Mark Smich pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the presumed death of Laura Babcock, whose body has not been found. Here are 10 things jurors didn't hear.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Jury begins deliberations in Laura Babcock murder trial | CTV News Jury begins deliberations in Laura Babcock murder trial
A jury has begun deliberating the fate of two men accused of killing a young Toronto woman who disappeared more than five years ago.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Toronto FC says search for trophies will continue next season | CTV News Toronto FC says search for trophies will continue next season
Toronto FC says the hunt for trophies will continue next season. And the team is willing to spend more money to do so.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Lakeshore East GO trains delayed due to police investigation | CBC Lakeshore East GO trains delayed due to police investigation
GO Train service on the Lakeshore East line has been delayed by up to 45 minutes after a woman was seen near the tracks.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Federal inmate wanted for breach of parole, could be in Hamilton or Toronto | CBC Federal inmate wanted for breach of parole, could be in Hamilton or Toronto
Police are asking for the public's help finding a federal offender who is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for breach of parole.
CBC | December 12, 2017
So-called 'man flu' may be real, Canadian researcher says | CTV News So-called 'man flu' may be real, Canadian researcher says
A review of scientific literature suggests those who believe 'man flu' is more intense than the female version have some evidence to back up their views.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Clippers end Raptors' streak with 96-91 victory | CTV News Clippers end Raptors' streak with 96-91 victory
With Blake Griffin, Patrick Beverley and Danilo Gallinari sidelined by injuries, playing hard has to be the Los Angeles Clippers' calling card.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
'I don't remember getting into a bed,' man charged with sex assault testifies | CBC 'I don't remember getting into a bed,' man charged with sex assault testifies
A man accused of sexually assaulting an Ontario woman while she slept last year suggested his genitals may have accidentally come in contact with hers that night after he mistakenly climbed into the wrong bed.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Private math tutoring services growing popular as public schools struggle with scores | CBC Private math tutoring services growing popular as public schools struggle with scores
Tutoring companies like Kumon and Oxford Learning say they help students develop independent learning skills. But some critics say the for-profit programs are out of reach for less affluent families, while others caution they may not be the right fit for every child.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Ontario passes marijuana law, sets stage for government-run pot shops | CBC Ontario passes marijuana law, sets stage for government-run pot shops
Legislation giving Ontario's government a monopoly on recreational marijuana sales passed at Queen's Park on Tuesday.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Kathleen Wynne says she would drop defamation suit if Patrick Brown apologized | CBC Kathleen Wynne says she would drop defamation suit if Patrick Brown apologized
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says her defamation lawsuit against the Opposition leader would end if he simply apologized.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Pot cost-sharing deal with Ottawa means more money for municipalities: Wynne | CTV News Pot cost-sharing deal with Ottawa means more money for municipalities: Wynne
Premier Kathleen Wynne says now that a cost-sharing deal has been struck with Ottawa for the tax proceeds from marijuana sales, Ontario can work on passing on some of that money to municipalities.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Justin Trudeau's Liberals win byelections again where it matters most | CBC Justin Trudeau's Liberals win byelections again where it matters most
The Conservatives picked up support in three of four byelections, but the Liberals won the kind of seat that will decide the next federal election in 2019.
CBC | December 12, 2017
'Major signal problem' causes delays on Lakeshore East GO Train line | CBC 'Major signal problem' causes delays on Lakeshore East GO Train line
GO trains on the Lakeshore East line are running at reduced speeds due to a "major signal problem" near the Whitby station, Metrolinx said Tuesday.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Whitby math tutor accused of inappropriately touching female student | CTV News Whitby math tutor accused of inappropriately touching female student
Police have laid charges against a 70-year-old Whitby math tutor after a female student was allegedly touched inappropriately last month.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Man who had sex assault conviction overturned will not face new trial | CTV News Man who had sex assault conviction overturned will not face new trial
A man whose sexual assault conviction was overturned after an Ontario appeal court found the trial judge relied too heavily on "rape literature" will not face a new trial.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Man in serious condition after being found shot outside Scarborough hospital | CBC Man in serious condition after being found shot outside Scarborough hospital
A man in his 30s is being rushed to a trauma centre in serious, possibly life-threatening condition after being found shot on the property of a hospital in Scarborough.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Tenant fighting to get back $3,200 after finding cockroaches, mould on move-in day | CBC Tenant fighting to get back $3,200 after finding cockroaches, mould on move-in day
Farima Mohseni expected a newly-renovated apartment. Instead, she got a mess. Now, she's fighting back at the Landlord and Tenant Board.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Homicide unit investigating after woman found dead in Malvern neighbourhood | CBC Homicide unit investigating after woman found dead in Malvern neighbourhood
Homicide investigators are on the scene in the Malvern neighbourhood where a woman is dead.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Toronto leads country in child-care fees, but costs rising almost everywhere | CBC Toronto leads country in child-care fees, but costs rising almost everywhere
The cost of child care is rising quickly in Canada, in some cities increasing by as much as 20 per cent from three years ago and more than 10 per cent in most of Canada.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Take a look inside the ROM's newly restored, 84-year-old entrance | CBC Take a look inside the ROM's newly restored, 84-year-old entrance
For the first time in a decade, the Royal Ontario Museum has reopened its Queen's Park entrance.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Lyft vs Uber: 2 ride-hailing services start their Canadian battle on Toronto streets | CBC Lyft vs Uber: 2 ride-hailing services start their Canadian battle on Toronto streets
Uber rival Lyft launches today in Toronto. The two companies will begin a battle not just for customers, but also for drivers, as many plan to double dip.
CBC | December 12, 2017
Jury expected to begin deliberations today in Laura Babcock murder trial | CTV News Jury expected to begin deliberations today in Laura Babcock murder trial
The jury is expected to start deliberating today in the trial of two men accused of killing a young Toronto woman and burning her body.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Dozens of flights delayed, cancelled at Pearson as Toronto gets 1st major snowfall of season | CBC Dozens of flights delayed, cancelled at Pearson as Toronto gets 1st major snowfall of season
Dozens of flights have been delayed or cancelled at Toronto's Pearson International Airport due to the city's first snowfall of the season.
CBC | December 12, 2017
No service on Lakeshore East GO Train line between Oshawa and Ajax | CBC No service on Lakeshore East GO Train line between Oshawa and Ajax
GO Train service on the Lakeshore is delayed Tuesday morning after a police investigation, while there is no train service at all between Oshawa and Ajax due to a "major signal problem."
CBC | December 12, 2017
GO train service suspended on Lakeshore East Line between Oshawa and Ajax | CTV News GO train service suspended on Lakeshore East Line between Oshawa and Ajax
GO train service has been suspended on a major portion of the Lakeshore East Line this morning due to ongoing signal issues.
CTV News | December 12, 2017
Time 'not on the side' of police in Tess Richey case, former homicide detective says | CBC Time 'not on the side' of police in Tess Richey case, former homicide detective says
“Time is not on the side of the investigators” in the Tess Richey murder case, says one former homicide detective, with days of work having been lost and a crime scene potentially compromised by what had at first been a missing persons probe.
CBC | December 12, 2017
A 'disrespectful, hateful act': Destruction of memorial for accident victim devastates his family | CBC A 'disrespectful, hateful act': Destruction of memorial for accident victim devastates his family
A Dufferin Grove Park memorial for a traffic accident victim was found destroyed Monday with a religious message affixed to a white board.
CBC | December 12, 2017