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Toronto police fatally shoot man after woman stabbed at home; SIU investigating

Toronto police fatally shoot man after woman stabbed at home; SIU investigating

TORONTO — Ontario's civilian oversight agency says it's investigating after a man was fatally shot by Toronto police at a home in the city's east end on Saturday.

Driver arrested after shots fired on the 401, Yorkdale mall goes into lockdown

Toronto police say a major city shopping centre briefly went into lockdown this afternoon after officers received reports of a man driving on Highway 401 shooting a gun into the air before turning onto the premises.

Peel police arrest 24 suspects in connection with alleged organized crime group

Police west of Toronto say they have arrested 24 people suspected to be part of an organized crime group allegedly responsible for violent crimes and tractor-trailer cargo thefts throughout southern Ontario.
Slow progress in Ontario autism program rollout; officials insist they're on target

Slow progress in Ontario autism program rollout; officials insist they're on target

TORONTO — Ontario has enrolled 888 children with autism in core therapies – adding just 30 to the government's revamped program since April – but insists it will meet its goal of enrolling 8,000 kids by the end of the fall.

Bishop in Ontario accused of sexual offences in church

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Peel Regional Police say they have arrested a religious leader on sex charges. Police say the complainant was allegedly sexually assaulted while attending a church in Brampton, Ont.
City of Toronto investigating after downtown core power outage

City of Toronto investigating after downtown core power outage

TORONTO — The City of Toronto is investigating after a barge carrying a crane came into contact with power lines and left a large swath of the downtown core without electricity for several hours on Thursday.
Ontario's Ford says he believes in public health care but govt to 'get creative'

Ontario's Ford says he believes in public health care but govt to 'get creative'

DUNDALK, Ont. — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he's a strong believer in public health care, but his government is going to "get creative" when looking at how it can be delivered as the province deals with a staffing crisis in hospitals.
'I just swallowed a bee': Ontario Premier Doug Ford creates buzz after insect episode

'I just swallowed a bee': Ontario Premier Doug Ford creates buzz after insect episode

Ontario Premier Doug Ford created a bit of a buzz after swallowing a bee during a news conference on Friday. The premier was answering a question on health care when an insect flew around his face and disappeared into his mouth.

Woman killed after being hit by train in Mississauga

TORONTO — A woman is dead after being hit by a freight train in Mississauga, Ont., Friday morning. Peel Regional Police say an adult woman was struck by the train around 6 a.m.
Toronto Hydro, Hydro One say power restored after downtown core outage

Toronto Hydro, Hydro One say power restored after downtown core outage

Toronto Hydro and Hydro One say power was restored Thursday night to remaining customers after a large swath of the city's downtown core including office buildings, a major mall and a university campus was left without electricity.