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A Syrian family had to shut down their Toronto restaurant amid death threats after their son participated in an antifa protest
The family pledged Thursday to reopen Soufi's restaurant on Friday and send a message that immigrant-owned businesses are welcome in Toronto.
The Toronto van attack suspect who confessed to killing 10 people said he was ‘radicalized’ in online incel communities
The man who confessed to killing 10 people by when he drove his van onto a crowded Toronto sidewalk told authorities that he was a violent misogynist.
No phone? No problem. At least at Toronto's Pearson International Airport. The ride-hailing company says more locations are to be announced.
Apple trolled Google again by erecting a giant billboard next to its controversial data-hungry smart neighborhood
Sidewalk Labs shared its $900 million plan to remake Toronto’s waterfront. Local activists said it deepened their concerns.
Members of a local opposition group called Block Sidewalk have been calling for the project to disband for months.
Air Canada left a passenger with vision impairment who needed a wheelchair alone on an empty plane, the 2nd similar incident to emerge in less than a ...
Pamela Prescod said she was found by a mechanic on the plane. Over the weekend, Tiffani O'Brien said she woke up on a dark parked Air Canada plane.
Drake took a piece of lint out of Stephen Curry’s hair at the NBA Finals and posted it on eBay — and people bid thousands of dollars to ge...
Drake took a piece of lint from Stephen Curry's hair during the NBA Finals and posted it on eBay under the username "DraymondShouldntWear23."
A Canadian man was fined $15,000 after he was busted trying to smuggle thousands of live leeches in a reusable grocery bag
Leeches are so commonly used for medicinal reasons that over-harvesting has posed a major threat to the species, the Canadian government said.
A woman answered her door to an apparent deliveryman carrying a large box. Police say he shot her with a crossbow concealed inside.
Canadian police officers are asking for help identifying the person who shot a woman with a crossbow after posing as a deliveryman.
Activists say Alphabet’s planned neighborhood in Toronto shows all the warning signs of Amazon HQ2-style breakup
The fate of projects in New York and Berlin could provide a window into Alphabet's future in Toronto.