Three toilet paper aisles in three different Walmarts were set ablaze in a Ontario town within an hour.
The Canadian judge voided the marriage because the couple was unable to consummate it. The man blamed his partner for his impotence and claims he can have sex now.
Testing backlogs are straining Canada's public healthcare system, and private companies are charging hundreds of dollars a test to fill the gap.
Ontario is reducing gathering sizes as B.C. has banned nightclubs following spikes in COVID-19 cases.
A police officer who drove around a tenant late on the rent and repeatedly threatened to kill him and sell his child remains a cop but will be demoted.
Durham Regional Police are asking for the public's help to understand the grisly mass murder that left four dead and one wounded.
A new lawsuit alleges Ontario Provincial Police brutalized, tasered, and illegally arrested two Anishnaabe brothers walking their bikes home. The violent takedown was caught on cellphone video.
In an extremely rare attack, a muskie, a member of the pike family, engulfed a woman's calf "from pretty much knee to ankle."
The only way reopening will work is if provinces drastically ramp up coronavirus testing and track down sources of exposure, experts say. Otherwise, a second wave is "inevitable."
But who stole the 4-foot tomato in the first place? Drunk teens? The mob? A Mack Lamoureux investigation.
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association called police access to coronavirus data an "extreme invasion of privacy," and are now asking the Ontario solicitor general to justify the move.
Physicians with experience in conflict and triage are struggling to get their international credentials recognized.