Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca announced Monday that the province of Ontario will be introducing the first HOT (high occupancy toll) lanes in the summer of 2016.
In a poem published to ‘The Players’ Tribune’, Kobe Bryant announced that this season will be his last.
Come 2016, some TTC riders will be paying more after a price hike was approved Monday.
News that Toronto resident Sean Cooper paid off his $255,000 mortgage in three years and two months may be an extreme case of financial frugality, but one expert says it may be part of trend.
After an initial wave of support in Canada and the U.S, many are having second thoughts about allowing large numbers of Syrian refugees to enter their countries after Friday’s attacks in Paris.
Virtually all children under the age of four have used a mobile device at one point or another, according to a report published in the American Academy of Pediatrics journal.
The Ottawa residence that has housed every Canadian prime minister since 1951, 24 Sussex Dr., will not be the home of the prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau any time soon.
Conservative MP Parm Gill lost the 72,312 elector riding of Brampton North to Liberal candidate Ruby Sahota.
As the city of Toronto prepares to unveil their poverty reduction strategy, the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto has released a report detailing the level of poverty in Canada’s largest city.
Humber College’s men’s and women’s rugby teams have been suspended. However, this isn’t the first time that a Canadian post-secondary varsity team has found themselves in trouble.