Ontario's top court has upheld a provincial law that slashed the size of Toronto's city council nearly in half last year, saying the unexpected move did not interfere with candidates' or voters' ability to express themselves freely.
Students in Canada are expected to participate in climate demonstrations beginning this Friday, September 20, 2019, and some school boards are moving to allow — even encourage — them to miss class for the cause.
Two men found guilty of terrorism charges in connection with a plot to derail a passenger train between Canada and the U.S. were granted a new trial on Tuesday, August 27, 2019, after Ontario's highest court found the jury that convicted them was improperly selected.
An Ottawa fertility doctor who used his own sperm as well as that of the wrong donors to artificially inseminate several women caused "irreparable damage" that will span generations, a disciplinary panel with Ontario's medical regulator said on Tuesday, June 25, 2019, as it revoked his medical licence.
Hours of anticipation gave way to unbridled euphoria as a sea of Raptors fans greeted the newly crowned NBA champions with cheers, whistles and chants on Monday, June 17, 2019, but elation quickly turned to fear when gunshots interrupted the celebration in downtown Toronto.
The Toronto Raptors, a team whose magical playoff run sparked civic pride and raucous enthusiasm across Canada, sent fans into fits of unbridled joy on Thursday, June 13, 2019, as they beat the reigning champ Golden State Warriors in a see-saw thriller to win the NBA championship.
The case of an Ontario woman who was murdered by her husband days after she filed for divorce underscores that victims of domestic violence face even greater danger when they try to leave their abuser, experts say.
Ottawa should create a new agency to oversee the rollout of a national drug plan, a federally struck expert panel said on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, in laying out what it called the "building blocks" of the program.
A proposed class-action lawsuit against the ride-hailing company Uber filed by one of its drivers will go ahead after Ontario's top court reversed a lower court decision that would have sent the matter to arbitration overseas.