Today in the city Toronto 16.08.2018
Justin Trudeau rend hommage aux victimes des fusillades de Fredericton et Toronto

Le premier ministre Justin Trudeau a profité de son passage à un festival de nourriture de rue à Toronto vendredi pour rendre hommage aux victimes de la fusillade de Fredericton.


Teen dies trying to help woman, child at Toronto beach

Police say a teenage boy has died and at least one person has been injured after being rescued from the water at Toronto's Woodbine Beach.


Le retour à Toronto de DeRozan le 22 février

Le retour tant attendu de DeMar DeRozan à Toronto aura lieu le 22 février prochain alors que les Spurs de San Antonio seront en ville pour affronter les Raptors. Après avoir pa...


These Toronto cops have been suspended with pay for three and a half years and counting

The three police officers, who were acquitted of sex assault last year, remain off work while the Toronto Police Service appeals to the board for permission to lay professional misconduct charges.


Treherne boy sees Toronto Blue Jays thanks to Children’s Miracle Network

Manitoba Children's Hospital patient, Jaxen Sierens, received a once in a lifetime chance to see the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre on Wednesday.


John Tory demande un référendum sur la réduction du conseil municipal de Toronto

Le maire de Toronto a officiellement demandé au premier ministre de l'Ontario Doug Ford de suspendre son projet visant à réduire la taille du conseil municipal afin que les citoyens puissent être cons...


As storms get worse, fight over Toronto flood-proofing rages

The public works chair says Toronto is tackling water woes, but critics say the city is not doing enough.


Doug Ford Suggests Toronto Handgun Ban Would Punish The ‘Good Guys’

Ontario's premier opposes the push to ban handguns in Toronto, arguing it's not a good way to tackle violent crime.Doug Ford made his position clear Thursday after announcing his government will spend...


Refugee claimants in Toronto being moved out of dorms, into hotels

Hundreds of refugee claimants living in college dormitories are being moved to federally funded hotel rooms across the Greater Toronto Area.


Ford announces $25M over four years to help fight guns, gangs in Toronto

The Ontario government says it will spend $25 million over the next four years in a bid to bolster the fight against guns and gangs in Toronto.


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