Counting down her last seconds, watching helplessly as Tess Richey walks innocently toward the scene of her murder, and you want to scream a warning. In the downtown courtroom where the front row is for
You can talk about reducing youth violence and gang violence in Toronto, or you can do something about it. Toronto saxophonist Dave McLaughlin has been doing something for years — raising funds, through
A Federal Court of Appeal Justice has ordered a review of complaints of an extremely toxic environment at a Department of Environment office in Nanaimo, B.C. The office’s former manager Angela Walker,
A Canada Border Services Agency officer turfed after retrieving a mailed package containing hashish will get her job back, a federal labour board recently ruled. According to Blacklock’s Reporter, Danielle
DUNEDIN, Fla. — The birth certificate for Matt Shoemaker lists his age as 33. The wear and tear on the right arm that matters most to the Blue Jays pitcher tells a more positive and youthful story, however.
It was freezing cold on Thursday morning, but that didn’t keep people from stopping and gawking at a shop window in Toronto’s Queen West strip. The merchandise in the storefront? Young women — still mannequins
Marc Gasol, the Raptors starting centre and backbone of their defence, appears to be getting a little longer off for his strained right hamstring than the team initially expected. Head coach Nick Nurse,
For years, there were rumours and stories of Peter Nygard’s rowdy parties at his villa in the Bahamas. Now there are pictures. And alarming ones in light of the allegations levelled in an explosive class-action
Expecting gratitude from the faithful, Barack Obama took a Twitter bow earlier this week for being the creator of America’s economic boom. Nice try, Mr. President, but no 72-cent Garcia y Vega for you.
22 of 32 NFLPA player reps need to vote yes NFL owners on Thursday agreed to negotiated terms for a new collective bargaining agreement with players. In turn, will two-thirds of player-union representatives
TORONTO — They say that the salary cap has ridden the NHL of dynasties. They say that league parity, that Gary Bettman-coined buzzword, has created an anything-goes playoff format of coin flips and remarkable
The online brochure reads like a bad late night infomercial boasting of a better product. Now with 700% more visibility! Instead of a late night infomercial though, it’s the sales pitch from industrial
The Chinese communist government increasingly poses an existential threat not just to its own 1.4 billion citizens but to the world at large. China is currently in a dangerously chaotic state. And why
A win against Pittsburgh would be desirable, but there’s something Sheldon Keefe must have from his Maple Leafs on Thursday night. “I just want to see a response,” the coach said after two days of having
One of two men convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman for several hours at his Toronto bar is now free on bail pending appeal, which an appeals court judge stated will likely succeed. Court
The era of annual property tax hikes linked to inflation died at Toronto City Hall on Wednesday. Tax hikes linked to inflation was one of Mayor John Tory’s key promises in the 2018 municipal election.
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will review a lower-court decision to grant a new trial to two men accused of plotting to crash a Via Rail train. Raed Jaser and Chiheb Esseghaier were found guilty