Politicians of all stripes and members of the public gathered downtown Wednesday for the funeral service of former finance minister Jim Flaherty, who died last week.
Accused drug dealer and extortionist Sandro Lisi abandoned his appeal Wednesday of a conviction for threatening to kill his girlfriend.
The Ontario government will require children who attend elementary or secondary school this fall to be vaccinated against three additional illnesses.
A 12-year-old British girl has given birth to a baby girl after getting pregnant while still in primary school.
Premier Kathleen Wynne is seeking $2 million in damages in her libel suit against PC Leader Tim Hudak and PC MPP Lisa MacLeod.
Ontario’s next budget will be delivered May 1.
In the worst mass killing in Calgary’s history, five young adults were stabbed to death during a Brentwood house party.
Flood waters that led to a state of emergency in Belleville, Ont., are showing no signs of receding, and rain is on the way.
Police issued an Amber Alert for a missing eight-year-old Mississauga boy Monday morning.
Ontario needs industry reforms, better tax policies, and needs to make better use of its natural resources before it brings down Canada's economy any further, according to a new Fraser Institute study.
Rob Ford jokes about using drunkenness as an excuse in his latest YouTube video with Jimmy Kimmel.
Ontario electricity prices are on their way up again.
Thousands waited in a long line Tuesday to bid Jim Flaherty a final farewell and pay their respects to his grieving family.
The RCMP does not have enough evidence to charge the prime minister’s former chief of staff, Nigel Wright, and it dropped its investigation against him, RCMP Cpl. Lucy Shorey said Tuesday afternoon.
It was a mixed bag of winter weather in southern Ontario Tuesday as rain, freezing rain, snow and slush made driving treacherous and cold air had residents bundling up to keep warm.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - An Alabama man who tried to hire members of the Ku Klux Klan to torture and murder his African-American neighbor was sentenced on Monday to six years in prison.
Premier Kathleen Wynne’s brother-in-law has been appointed “interim” CEO of eHealth, the Toronto Sun has learned.
Thousands are expected to say their goodbyes to Jim Flaherty at his visitation and state funeral this week.
Cyber attacks such as the one that exploited the Heartbleed bug to steal about 900 Canadians’ social insurance numbers could become increasingly common, an expert says.