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Police arrest man in alleged long-standing taxi scam involving debit cards

Toronto police say they have made an arrest in a long-standing alleged scam that's played out throughout the city.

Driver flees after Audi believed to be carrying 6 people crashes into Welland Canal

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Police in the Niagara Region are looking for the driver of an Audi that crashed into the Welland Canal early this morning. Niagara Regional Police say they were called to the scene around 2:15 a.m.

Boys and young men more likely to die than girls and young women, study finds

A new Canadian study shows boys and young men are more likely to die than girls and young women, and they have a greater chance of dying due to injury, particularly from age 14 onwards.
'The justice system has let us down:' family's wrongful death suit faces delay

'The justice system has let us down:' family's wrongful death suit faces delay

When he walked into a courthouse in Brampton, Ont., earlier this month, Rakesh Tiwari was full of hope.
Ontario elementary teachers kick off week of rotating strikes

Ontario elementary teachers kick off week of rotating strikes

TORONTO — Elementary, high school and Catholic teachers in Ontario are engaging in a series of strikes this week, which are shutting down schools after months of increasing tensions and unproductive negotiations with the government.
'No surprises' in coming Ontario budget, Ford tells rural leaders

'No surprises' in coming Ontario budget, Ford tells rural leaders

TORONTO — There will be "no surprises" for municipalities in Ontario's spring budget, Premier Doug Ford said Monday, sounding a conciliatory tone following the cuts to services and programs that infuriated local leaders last year.

London, Ont., teacher charged with sex exploitation of student: Police

LONDON, Ont. — Police in London, Ont., say a local high school teacher is facing a sex charge after allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

Police investigate after more than $100,000 in meat stolen from butcher shops

Provincial police are investigating after they say more than $100,000 in meat was stolen from two butcher shops in the Peterborough, Ont., area.

Police say man sought in ex-wife's death found dead days later

Police west of Toronto say a man wanted in the killing of his ex-wife has been found dead. Peel Regional Police issued a warrant for 36-year-old Rakeshbhai Patel last week on a charge of first-degree murder in the death of Heeral Patel.

Guelph, Ont., police apologize to man wrongfully accused of child pornography

GUELPH, Ont. — Police in Guelph, Ont., have issued a public apology to a man they say was wrongfully accused of voyeurism and possessing child pornography.