Man pulled from burning car by five others on Toronto highway in 'heroic effort'
Five men are being hailed as heroes by the Ontario Provincial Police after saving a man from a burning vehicle on a Toronto-area highway earlier this week.
What's the best alternative to a single-use plastic bag? It depends | CBC News
Ottawa recently announced it will phase out some single-use plastics by 2025, but finding sustainable alternatives is trickier than you might think.
Sky-high gas prices are fueling an e-scooter craze in Toronto. But they're still banned | CBC News
As a worker in the trades, Toronto resident Kyle Ott relied heavily on cars to get around to different job sites across the GTA often using ride-hailing apps like Uber.
'Unusual' summer surge of hand-foot-and-mouth disease hitting kids and parents, Toronto-area doctors warn | CBC News
Two weeks ago, Melanie Paradis got a call from her son's Belleville, Ont., daycare that there was a case of hand-foot-and-mouth disease an illness she had never heard of but one that would have her son in agony for days.
What does Patrick Brown's disqualification mean for the Conservative leadership race? | CBC News
Strategists say Patrick Brown's disqualification from the Conservative leadership race gives a leg-up to Pierre Poilievre but Jean Charest may still have a chance.
Tibetan community in Toronto marks moment of silence for woman lit on fire in bus attack | CBC News
Members of the Toronto Tibetan community observed a moment of silence on Wednesday for a woman who died this week after she was set on fire on a TTC bus.
'I cannot get any rest': Residents complain of sleepless nights after alleged nightclub opens up under condo
Residents living in Toronto's west end say they have been left utterly exhausted after an alleged nightclub opened up at the base of their condominium.
Toronto Raptors sign Otto Porter Jr. to multi-year contract
The Toronto Raptors have officially signed forward Otto Porter Jr. to a multi-year contract.
This was an Ontario driver's excuse to police after being caught driving nearly 200 km/h
Police say they were bewildered at the excuse one Ontario resident gave for driving nearly 200 kilometres per hour.
Ontario has likely entered new COVID-19 wave driven by BA.5 subvariant, science table warns
Ontario has likely entered a new wave of the pandemic driven by the more infectious BA.5 subvariant, the province's science advisory table says.
Former rugged NHL defenceman Bryan Marchment dies at 53 | CBC Sports
Former NHL defenceman Bryan Marchment died unexpectedly Wednesday in Montreal, his agent said.
Longtime agent Rick Curran confirmed Marchment's death to The Associated Press.