It was a sombre mood on an overcast and snowy Monday morning, as thousands of mourners gathered at the Toronto Congress Centre for the full police...
Police officers carry Constable John Zivcic's casket into his memorial service in Toronto on Monday, December 9 2013. Const. Zivcic died in a collision last week. The 34-year-old officer was responding to an emergency call about an impaired driver on Nov. 30 when his police cruiser collided with another vehicle. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Mark Blinch
Wynne to attend memorial for Toronto police officer who died last week
Students from Alexander Muir/Gladstone Avenue Junior and Senior Public School, parents and residents from the Brockton Triangle area show their support for dancing crossing guard Kathleen Byers with a flash mob protest at the intersection of Dufferin and Gordon streets on Monday. Byers, a long time crossing guard, was told to stop dancing by police last week. (Dec. 9, 2013)
Hundreds of students from Alexander Muir/Gladstone Public School and the Grove Community School, along with parents and residents from the...
Karma Wangchok, right, welcomes newly-arrived Tibetan Lhakpa Tsering with a white scarf as he exits the arrivals gate at Pearson Airport's Terminal 1 on Friday afternoon, Nov. 29
The first wave of Tibetans arriving under Canada’s Tibetan Resettlement Project have arrived in Toronto and settled in Mimico.
Flames shoot up at the scene of a propane explosion at Sunrise Propane in Toronto as dawn breaks on Sunday Aug. 10, 2008. An Ontario company convicted in a deadly explosion of a Toronto propane plant is expected to be sentenced in court Monday.Sunrise Propane and directors Shay Ben-Moshe and Valery Belahov were found guilty in June of nine provincial offences related to the 2008 blast that killed one man and forced thousands of people from their homes. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Angela Deluce
Ontario company to be sentenced in deadly Toronto propane plant blast
Adele Kasper throws a bunch of invasive phragmites from the Beare Wetland in the Rouge Valley in this file photo.
Conservationists hope to baffle beavers in Scarborough’s Rouge Valley and turn back an invasion of aggressive marsh plants with a $25,000...
The a cappella group Countermeasure releases its debut CD entitled 14 Characters this week.
Made up of teachers, PhD students, consultants and more, this 14-person ensemble works tirelessly by day, but by night they clear their...
Perth Dupont librarian Carmen Martino among the books in 2012 during the library's 35th anniversary.
If all goes as planned, the Perth/Dupont library will get a new and much larger home at the corner of Campbell Avenue and Dupont Street....
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with former prime ministers Brian Mulroney (left), Kim Campbell and Jean Chretien on board a government plane travelling to South Africa Sunday December 8, 2013. Harper and the former prime ministers are travelling to South Africa to attend the memorial for Nelson Mandela. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld
Harper to arrive today in South Africa to pay final respects to Nelson Mandela
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