Four mothers who lost their sons to gun violence were given a community hug by friends, family and strangers at a recent memorial.
Cisco Systems president Nitin Kawale takes part during a panel discussion on "Technology and Communication" during the Global Business Forum in Banff, Alta. on Thursday, September 19, 2013. Cisco Canada has signed a ten-year deal with the Ontario government that could see the company invest up to $4 billion in the province. Kawale says the company will add up to 1,700 high-tech jobs within the first six years, with a focus on research and development. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Larry MacDougal
Cisco Canada to invest up to $4 billion in Ontario and create 1,700 jobs
In this file photo, Ontario Minister of Transportation Glen Murray talks Eglinton Crosstown LRT tunnelling contract for work between Brentcliffe Road and Yonge Street.
Glen Murray was full of praise for a new report proposing funding options for future transit expansion.
But Ontario’s Minister of...
The city launches its 12 Strays of Christmas animal adoption event to promote awareness of animals at its four shelters and partner locations.
On the first “Strays of Christmas,” my true love gave to me... The city is launching its 12 Strays of Christmas animal adoption event to...
The Toronto Marlies' Troy Bodie skates amidst the plush toys thrown from the stands by fans as part of the teams' annual Teddy Bear Toss during its home game at the Ricoh Coliseum on Dec. 7 against the Hamilton Bulldogs. The collection of gifts donated will benefit the Yonge Street Mission's efforts to treat children in need during the holiday season. (Dec. 7, 2013)
As Christmas approaches, the Yonge Street Mission (YSM) is working to ensure those in need have a happy holiday. The downtown...
Toronto Star City Hall reporter Daniel Dale is shown in this undated photo. Mayor Rob Ford was slapped with a libel notice late Thursday for televised comments he made about a reporter, who said the remarks amounted to an accusation of pedophilia. Dale would not comment on his suit that also names Vision TV, which aired the Ford interview, saying an article he wrote for his newspaper would have to stand. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Toronto Star-Tim Finlan
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford sued for defamation by reporter
Philip Barker leaves for the Philippines on Friday, where he will oversee the work of his Lakeshore Charitable Foundation in Mindanao and hand out small Christmas gifts to students. Since 2008, Barker has made at least three trips a year to Bay Bay Elementary School and others nearby to donate books, build classrooms, and support local farms. Drop by Lakeshore Accounting Services, 3421 Lake Shore Blvd. West to pick up a fruitcake, with all money collected going to students. Or donate any TD branch to charity number 1728 5233571. (Dec. 10, 2013)
A Long Branch accountant will soon be bringing holiday cheer to children in the Philippines when he dons a red suit and beard and hands out...
Beaches-East York MPP Michael Prue introduced a bill to give cities and communities a year to consider development.
Ontario’s municipalities might gain more time to make zoning decisions with regards to new developments if a new bill introduced by...
St. Louis Blues' T.J. Oshie, left, tries to keep his eye on a loose puck along side Toronto Maple Leafs' Paul Ranger, right, during the second period of an NHL hockey game Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
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