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A 10-year-girl was rushed to hospital after being struck by a vehicle in Ajax, Ont., Monday morning.
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The Ontario city best known for headquartering BlackBerry may soon be known for an entirely different commodity - dog poop.
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A 47-year-old Brampton, Ont. man has pleaded guilty to trafficking $120 million worth of cocaine into Canada from the U.S. via hidden compartments on tractor trailers driven across international border crossings.
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According to York Regional Police, the victim and the suspect, a 25-to-30-year-old man, had established contact through the Whisper platform.
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OPP say they began investigating last Oct. 31 after receiving several complaints from people who alleged they were victims of a fraud.
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I am not often left at a loss for words. But an absolutely astonishing story out of Hamilton, Ont., has left me stunned.
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Waterloo regional police say they were called to a family farm around 11:30 a.m. Thursday in Woolwich, Ont., where investigators found the body of a small boy.
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A Guelph, Ont.-area real estate broker says she rented a home to a couple believed to have brought the tabby from California to Toronto then to the nearby town of Morriston.
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Police in Barrie are looking for two suspects in what’s believed to be a targeted home invasion.
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Police in Barrie, Ont., are investigating an assault they say appears to have been racially motivated.
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The quintuplets were born in 1934 - the first quintuplets to survive more than a few days.
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13, 2011, in Ottawa and Kingston, Ont., and Halifax and Bedford, N.S., where he lived. According to previously unpublished material from a bail hearing, Delisle walked into the embassy wearing a red ball cap and civilian clothes. He flashed his Canadian military identification and asked to meet with someone from GRU, the Russian military intelligence. Delisle was posted to the security unit HMCS Trinity, an intelligence facility at the naval dockyard in Halifax. It tracks vessels entering and exiting Canadian waters via satellites, drones and underwater devices. While there he worked on a system called the Stone Ghost , said CBC reporter Rob Gordon. “It’s a computer system that links the five eyes. The five eyes are the United States, Britain, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. All their information is shared on the Stone Ghost computer. “He would go to work every time with a thumb drive and download reams of information, which he would then send to the Russians on a monthly basis.
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Police say three inmates are facing charges following an investigation into an incident that caused extensive damage inside the North Bay, Ont., jail.