Man, 45, charged after allegedly sexually assaulting woman inside police station

GUELPH, Ont. — A Guelph, Ont., man is facing charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted a woman inside a police station. Police say a 45-year-old...

Environmental assessment overhaul, tanker ban bills face final vote in Senate

OTTAWA — The Liberal government's push to make climate change impacts part of the assessment process for new national resource projects faces its final...

Police searching for suspect and firearm after shooting at Raptors rally

Toronto police say they are still looking for a suspect and a firearm after Monday's shooting at a rally celebrating the Raptors' historic NBA win. Police Chief Mark Saunders...

Premier Ford marches in York Pride parade

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford marched in the York Region Pride parade today with officers from the local police service. Ford's involvement in the event...

How ‘Raptor Foot’ went from street performance to unofficial NBA anthem

TORONTO — When Toronto Raptors fans gather to watch the NBA champions' parade on Monday, echoes of the "Raptor Foot" won't be far behind. The...

CSIS destroyed secret file on Pierre Trudeau, stunning historians

OTTAWA — Canada's spy service destroyed a Cold War dossier on Pierre Trudeau in 1989 instead of turning it over to the national archives, The Canadian Press...

Ontario New Democrats gather in Hamilton, Horwath to outline party priorities

HAMILTON — Ontario's New Democrats are gathering this weekend to discuss party priorities and hold a vote of confidence on their leader of ten...

Bell apologizes for another Fibe TV app outage during the NBA Finals

TORONTO — Bell is apologizing for another technical problem that cut service to several thousand of its Fibe TV customers in crucial moments of an 2019 NBA...

Sportsnet: Record average audience of 6.4 million tuned in for Game 5

TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors may have missed a chance to close out their first NBA championship, but they were a winner once again...

Styrofoam take-out boxes and straws among expected targets of plastics ban

OTTAWA — A national ban on the most harmful single-use plastics will very likely force restaurants and fast-food outlets to find non-plastic materials for...