Police said on Friday a man boarded a bus, approached a woman he did not know, poured an accelerant on her, and ignited it.
After being sued by the woman for negligence, Toronto’s public transit agency claimed the woman was negligent herself, also for standing too close to the platform’s edge.
Police say they found a large cache of weapons at the accused’s home and said they can “reasonably presume” he would have kept killing.
The city's chief medical officer of health said criminalization is not an effective way of addressing the drug poisoning crisis.
Thousands are inquiring about a $350,000 three-bedroom home in a nudist resort about an hour’s drive from Toronto.
The rally in Toronto’s Maple Leaf Square shows that just because the Canadian election is over, large anti-vaccine and anti-lockdown rallies aren’t going anywhere.
For months throughout the pandemic, Toronto allowed people to live in encampments in its parks. Then, suddenly, it did not.
The lawyers taking on the case say Seneca College’s vaccine mandate is “not science or evidence-based.”
The man was arrested earlier this year, VICE World News has learned, under the rarely used type of peace bond.
Officers were filmed shoving, pepper spraying, and hitting people as they dismantled a park encampment of fewer than 20 residents.
Fearless Boxing Club claims it doesn't want members who "received the experimental Covid vaccine."
Wildfires in western Canada, the United States, and northern Ontario are causing smoky conditions in Canada’s major cities.