Feb 29th, 2008
Gordon Stuckless back on trial for new Gardens charges
Gordon Stuckless back on trial for new Gardens charges The Canadian Press First posted: Wednesday, October 04, 2017 11:39 AM EDT | Updated: Wednesday, October 04, 2017 11:47 AM EDT TORONTO - The man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sex scandal...
Sep 30th, 2017 by MHz
Ontario opioid tracker provides up-to-date data
In the first half of 2016, two people died every day from opioids in Ontario. Fentanyl seems to be the leading cause of death. Ontario opioid tracker provides up-to-date data More than 400 people in the province have died of overdoses in the first...
Man dies of road rage injuries: police
This is an excellent example of karma, or yin and yang. Two halves together represent the whole. The Yin and the yang are a starting point for change. When something is whole, it is complete. When you split something into two halves love & hate, it...
Sep 20th, 2017 by Murphy
Hey, the rat is dead!
Wiarton Willie, the prognosticating groundhog, dies at age 13 | CTV Barrie News
Sep 20th, 2017 by Murphy
Opinion - Wynne's cannabis retail plan a buzzkill*
Opinion - Wynne's cannabis retail plan a buzzkill* Jamie Ellerton, Special to the Toronto Sun * having a depressing effect While politicos were feverishly high with Premier Kathleen Wynne testifying in a Sudbury courtroom last week at the trial of...
Bernardo postpones day parole hearing until 2018
Bernardo postpones day parole hearing until 2018 By Michele Mandel, Toronto Sun First posted: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 08:45 PM EDT | Updated: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 08:58 PM EDT How he toys with them yet again. Set to seek day parole next...
Sep 19th, 2017 by MHz
COMMENTARY: Trudeau needs a legal weed market by 2019
Trudeau has to make this work, or he'll be looking for a job in 2019. COMMENTARY: Trudeau needs a legal weed market by 2019 and Wynne is happy to help By Tasha Kheiriddin, Radio Host - Global News ...
Judge who wore Trump hat no longer Judging
Hamilton judge who wore a Make America Great Again hat to court the day after the U.S. election and declared his support for president-elect Donald Trump is no longer hearing cases. Justice Bernd Zabel, appointed to the bench in 1990, stopped being...
City of Mississauga sued in sex assault case
City of Mississauga sued in sex assault case By Michele Mandel, Toronto Sun First posted: Thursday, September 07, 2017 09:02 PM EDT | Updated: Thursday, September 07, 2017 09:26 PM EDT It was her first summer job with the City of Mississauga and she...
Aug 30th, 2017 by 10larry
Cops vs sad sac taxpayers.
Help me out here, an internal squabble twixt tribes has resulted in a blocked road(again) in caledonia, the town has nothing whatsoever to do with the spat but cops fearful of being tagged as enforcement officers allow it to stay. Why is the town...
West Nile epidemic imminent in Ontario: Researchers
West Nile epidemic imminent in Ontario: Researchers Grant Lafleche, Postmedia Network First posted: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 09:58 PM EDT | Updated: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 10:04 PM EDT Ontario is on the cusp of another West Nile virus epidemic,...
Farmers block wind-turbine sites
The protest group, Water Wells First, has for more than a year been fighting the development of a wind farm they say is causing problems for area residents who depend on wells for their drinking water. Tests at several farms have shown their well water...
Wynnetario wasted low income hydro users money on advertising
Yes, the radio stations did very well as I heard this commercial a lot..... $12M to help low-income hydro customers then spent $11.7M of it on publicity Ontario's energy minister admits the bulk of nearly $12 million spent on the government's...
The story behind the $365,000 car that shut down Toronto’s Bloor
A plainclothes officer in a Toyota minivan was driving on a highway north of Toronto Monday when, behind him, he noticed a white Lamborghini. Fully-loaded with two-tone interior, high-gloss black accents on the front end and black chrome exhaust tips,...
Huge Donation - But Name Of Donator Irks Some
Two prominent GTA families, including that of convicted drunk driver Marco Muzzo, are donating $15 million to a new Vaughan hospital slated to open in 2020. Mackenzie Health announced Thursday that the donation is the single largest in its history, and...
Aug 11th, 2017 by Johnnny
City Dwelling at a Low Price in Toronto
City dwelling at a low price. Private. No sharing required, you get the entire unit to yourself. Annex/University of Toronto (Spadina Ave and Bloor Street West) area. Hot Docs Rodgers Cinema, Dollorama, Live Bands, Metro 24-hour...
Aug 9th, 2017 by tay
The next Ontario election will be different from the last
whether or not its called before next years fixed date of June 07. While the NDP are pointing out that the Liberals of stealing their ideas, Toronto Star columnist Bob Hepburn has all but scared the crap out of the Star readers in the 416 having...
Aug 1st, 2017 by Walter
Wynne Libs Closing Gap on Browns Cons
No doubt due to her socialist programs..... The governing provincial Liberals are closing the gap on the poll-leading Progressive Conservatives at the expense of the New Democrats and the Greens, a new survey suggests. Patrick Browns Tories are...
Jul 30th, 2017 by B00Mer
Longtime Hamilton Gangster Found Dead
A suspect in the unsolved murders of an Ancaster lawyer and her husband was found dead Tuesday in a Toronto halfway house. John Croitoru, known as Johnny K-9, died at the Keele Community Correctional...
Jul 29th, 2017 by 10larry
Ontario man has loses court case against Hydro One
Last fall, Kip Van Kempen sued the utility company in small claims court after he said he was charged hundreds of dollars in delivery fees for his all-season cottage on Mazinaw Lake, north of Kingston, Ont. between October 2015 and June 2016. He...
Ottawa MPP Living A Fantasy
West-end MPP Jack MacLaren has decorated his website with testimonials from people he appears to have made up. Suren from Kanata thanks MacLaren for the commitment and dedication on your part with the communities, whatever that means. According to...
Woman who poisoned 4 children released from prison
A woman convicted of deliberately poisoning four young children in her care has been released from prison and will be living in Brampton, Peel police are warning. Police said Christine Allen, 36, was to be released on parole Monday, July 24 and is at...
only bureaucrat$ know how to build
Now we know where the money goes and equally depressing a glimpse into bureaucratic madness. Toronto senior builds stairs in park after city pegs cost at over $65K | Watch News Videos Online
Parole hearing for Paul Bernardo pushed back
Parole hearing for Paul Bernardo pushed back The Toronto Sun First posted: Thursday, July 20, 2017 10:03 PM EDT | Updated: Thursday, July 20, 2017 10:35 PM EDT Schoolgirl killer Paul Bernardos bid for parole has been delayed. The notorious sicko...
Avro Arrow recovery project takes flight
Avro Arrow recovery project takes flight By Jane Stevenson, Toronto Sun First posted: Friday, July 14, 2017 09:34 PM EDT | Updated: Friday, July 14, 2017 09:43 PM EDT Sixty years after nine Avro Arrow free flight models went missing in Lake Ontario,...
The black market for unskilled labour is coming soon.
Ottawa businesses fear wage hike could force layoffs - Ottawa - CBC News With the minimum wage so high, I can bet that unskilled workers will be offering to work under the table to get a job, and employers will feel tempted to take them up on the...
stay healthy in the 'golden' horse shoe
If not so serious it would be hilarious, hurry up and wait. Ambulances speed thru the city lights flashing sirens blaring just to get to a hospital so they can park and wait for hospital staff to get around to them. As bad as this situation is it's...
It to become our most popular name..
Gender-neutral birth certificates could be issued in Ontario by 2018 | CTV News Even as I read it I cannot get my head around it, in the face of...
Jul 2nd, 2017 by pgs
Ontario Moving Forward with Basic Income
The province has appointed the Honourable Hugh Segal to provide advice on the design and implementation of a Basic Income Pilot in Ontario, as announced in the 2016 Budget. Basic income, or guaranteed annual income, is a payment to eligible families or...
University of Toronto's Black Graduation misses the mark
University of Toronto's Black Graduation misses the mark By Sue-Ann Levy, Toronto Sun First posted: Thursday, June 22, 2017 06:39 PM EDT | Updated: Thursday, June 22, 2017 09:48 PM EDT It seems the Im-more-oppressed/marginalized/racialized and...