Toronto-area pastor Hyeon Soo Lim was reunited with his family in Ontario today after more than two years in detention in North Korea.
Mayor John Tory says there’s no “magic answer” for the spate of drug overdoses and deaths that has hit the city, but an emergency meeting this morning with health officials, police and other stakeholders committed to arming more first responders with naloxone.
The memories of two young men who died of the most deadly form of skin cancer are living on in a new pilot project adding free sunscreen dispensers to five local parks.
A rash of drug overdose deaths in Toronto was called unusual by police on the weekend and it generated the kind of
publicity all too familiar to residents in Vancouver, which has been grappling with a crisis for years.
In the early morning hours of Dec. 28, 2016, a young man in Whitby, Ont. — a suburban town an hour east of Toronto — suffered an injured eye and broken nose, jaw and wrist.
Roughly 700 ground crew workers at Toronto’s Pearson airport walked off the job Thursday night after voting to strike during the busy travel season of summer holidays.
Peel Regional Police have charged a Mississauga, Ont., man, who earlier this year posted a YouTube video offering a $1,000 reward for recordings of Muslim students during prayer, with promoting hatred against an identifiable group in connection with “numerous incidents reported to police.”
You don’t normally think of mental illness as the stuff of games, but Alana Zablocki believes bringing the two together can be a powerful force for greater understanding.