In his first interview since resigning as Ontario’s PC Party leader, Patrick Brown insists sexual misconduct accusations against him are "absolute lies" and that he is contemplating legal action to defend his shattered reputation.
The Ontario Ministry of Labour has laid charges against the company that employed Ethan Allard, who died at a Toronto construction site on Jan. 16, 2017.Allard, 24, of Petawawa was killed when he became tangled up in a concrete hopper. A pump operator on a wet-mix shotcrete (sprayed concrete) job, Allard had about six months' experience on the mach
Caroline Mulroney, the Toronto lawyer and daughter of former prime minister Brian Mulroney, is running to become the leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party.
Ontario’s PC leader is stepping down amid allegations of sexual misconduct, dealing a severe blow to his party just months before the province heads to the polls.
A former chief of staff in the Ontario premier's office has been found guilty of deliberately destroying emails and other records in an attempt to avoid scrutiny in the cancelled gas plants controversy.
Shaw Communications is shutting down its Freedom Mobile call centre in Windsor, putting about 130 people out of work a year after the workers voted to unionize and only months after signing their first collective agreement.
Khawlah Noman and her brother had only been walking for two minutes when she became aware a man was following them on their way to school Friday morning.
Ontario’s largest and recently privatized electricity utility has spent $9 million to redesign bills and is proposing to spend an additional $6 million on the project.
A pub in a building where Sir John A. Macdonald once had his law office is dropping a reference to Canada’s first prime minister from its name after receiving requests to do so from members of the Indigenous community.
Premier Kathleen Wynne and Labour Minister Kevin Flynn are riled up over businesses that thwart the “spirit” of new labour laws or worse.
Ontario’s fiscal watchdog says the Liberal government will run a deficit this fiscal year, despite claims it has balanced the budget.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne sued the Opposition leader for defamation Monday, less than six months away from the June provincial election.
Basil Borutski had killed three women, but he wasn’t done yet.He pulled into a small sawmill in White Lake, On. on the morning of Sept. 22, 2015.He had a loaded shotgun next to him, along with a sandwich bag full of shells, in a car he had stolen from the first of his victims that day. Borutski had spent that morning on a bloody rampage through Ren
The Crown summed up its sentencing submissions Tuesday for triple-murderer Basil Borutski with lead prosecutor Jeffery Richardson saying, “I’m not sure there’s much difference between (age) 97 and 128.”In the Crown’s submission, Borutski, serving consecutive automatic life sentences for first-degree murder convictions in the deaths of Anastasia Kuz
The stage is set for what could be a drawn-out legal battle between two estranged lovers for a disputed $6- million lottery jackpot.
The wreck of a steamship that went down in Georgian Bay during a storm 136 years ago has been found, with what could be human remains onboard.
The Ontario government says it is increasing its spending on bike lanes across the province.Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca says the province is spending $93 million — up from a previously announced $45 million — this year to help 120 communities build bike lanes and biking infrastructure across Ontario.The spending comes under a
Basil Borutski often portrayed himself as a victim of “the system” that jailed him for prior domestic abuses against two of the partners he would later murder on Sept. 22, 2015.
Basil Joseph Borutski, born October, 17, 1957