An acting Toronto district fire chief rushed to hospital while crews were fighting a four-alarm blaze at an Etobicoke townhouse on Thursday night is “stable, conscious and talking,” officials say.
Bill Morneau doesn’t seem to understand that the issue isn’t what he’s going to do now. No, the question is why he did what he did in the first place.
Two Toronto Police officers caught on tape mocking a woman with Down syndrome will enter guilty submissions of discreditable misconduct and insubordination, a police disciplinary tribunal heard Wednesday.
Ontario Provincial Police say a man convicted of sex crimes involving children who was wanted on a Canada- wide warrant has been arrested in Toronto.
A woman was shot and killed early Monday in Hamilton’s east end in what cops are calling a “targeted” hit.
A 1992 Blue Jays World Series ring stolen 23 years ago has been reunited with its owner.
They kept telling the ragtag group of protesters who turned up at Queen’s Park Sunday afternoon to “smash hate with love.”
A woman who Toronto Police say was an unlicensed plastic surgeon is facing charges of aggravated assault after a woman required corrective surgery after a procedure.
With all eyes on the gong show surrounding next year’s provincial election campaign, preparations for Toronto’s municipal campaign have been positively sleepy in comparison.