"The evidence says that we do not understand why it was built or who built it," a police official said at a press conference.
Earlier this month protesters rallied outside the Central East Correctional Centre in Lindsay, Ontario, to demand the release of immigrants who have never been charged with crimes.
The three officers charged with sexually assaulting a female parking enforcement officer have been arrested and released on bail.
We spoke to some environmental and aboriginal activists to see if they were worried about a coming crackdown.
Homepoke's one-time hobby is now something of a business, but he hasn't forgotten his anti-authoritarian roots.
Kathleen Wynne has been implicated in a plot to give a cushy government job to a would-be candidate in order to get him out of the way.
A Hamilton woman filed a Change.org petition in an effort to get her local government to roll back a decade-old rule about not sledding on city slopes.
Legal weed providers need to find a way to market their wares without incurring the wrath of the federal government.
There's really no reason why it would, but medical practitioners are taking parents' fears seriously anyway.
The notorious former Canadian Broadcasting Company host is out on bail and gearing up for what's sure to be a high-profile legal battle.
The Manor isn't just a place where women get naked, it also sponsors transitional housing for the down and out, and seven months ago began holding church services.
I talked to a lawyer who said that it probably wouldn't be treated as one in the courts.
Nov 12, 2014
The pickup artist Julien Blanc who got kicked out of Australia also has a petition to prevent him from entering Canada with over 7,000 signatures. Now we've discovered a video of his business partner bragging about forcible sex with a woman he dated.
Mohamed Farah discusses crack-smoking videos, his belief that Rob Ford threatened him on camera, and his attempts to foster a more positive environment in the Dixon community.
The Toronto mayoral candidate appears to be following in his brother Rob's footsteps in that shouting and vitriol follows him wherever he goes.
Rob Ford's sudden medical emergency has forced him to withdraw from the mayoral race. Enter his successor: Doug Ford, who will require some kind of miracle to pull off a victory.
A new, independent documentary has revealed that the Toronto Police were running video surveillance on the strip-search chambers they built for a temporary detention center during the G20. We spoke with detainees and the Ontario Privacy Commissioner, gaug…
Google collects and publishes data on the world's Google searches, so we rolled up our sleeves to find the weirdest, freakiest, darkest provinces and territories in Canada based on their Googlin' habits.
Randal Levenson's series In Search of the Monkey Girl is now on view at La Petite Mort Gallery, Ottawa, Canada, so we sat down with Levenson to talk about his days on the road, getting to know sideshow freaks, and being able to photograph who peo…
Rob Ford: The Musical could very well be terrible, but we went down to check out the auditions for the role of Toronto's crack-smoking mayor anyway.
This week: A woman sued the family of a boy she fatally ran over, and someone called the police because kids were giving out copies of a banned book.
On November 25, Sheridan College in Ontario hosted a training exercise for the Halton Regional Police Department. Students from the school's musical theater program acted as if they had been shot, complete with fake wounds and blood.
Chemicals that were banned from use in the 40s and 50s are still ubiquitous in the Chemical Valley. So much so that they're showing up in the bloodstreams of children from the nearby First Nations reserve, Aamjiwnaang.
The Toronto police just confirmed that there is indeed a video of Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack. It's increasingly obvious that the guy's a failure as a civic leader and needs to step down—the only question is when he'll do the decent thing.