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Some progress in tackling systemic racism in Thunder Bay police, report says

TORONTO — Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., have taken encouraging steps to address systemic racism in the force but more work needs to be done, the province's police watchdog said in a new report on Wednesday.

Mayor of Essex, Ont., charged with violating Elections Act in 2018

The mayor of a southwestern Ontario town accused of violating the province's Municipal Elections Act asserted his innocence on Wednesday and announced plans to stay in office despite at least one call for his resignation.

Police seek assistance after hate crime incident captured on video

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police west of Toronto are asking for the public's help identifying a man who yelled racist comments and threats in three separate incidents in January. Peel Regional Police allege the incidents took place on Jan.

Police seek assistance after hate crime incident captured on video

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police west of Toronto are asking for the public's help identifying a man who yelled racist comments and threats in three separate incidents in January. Peel Regional Police allege the incidents took place on Jan.

Father from London, Ont., charged with manslaughter in baby's death

LONDON, Ont. — Police have charged a father with manslaughter in connection with the death of his three-month-old child in London, Ont.
Couples take the leap into marriage with leap day weddings this weekend

Couples take the leap into marriage with leap day weddings this weekend

TORONTO — Anniversaries matter to high school sweethearts Cassandra Engineer and Mackenzie Cleveland. They remember the date and exact time — down to the minute — that they became a couple.

Ontario introducing new home and community care legislation

TORONTO — Ontario is making changes to improve the home and community care system, in the hopes it helps keep people out of hospital who don't need to be there.

Catholic teachers increase their requests on benefits, minister says

TORONTO — Ontario's education minister came out swinging Tuesday against the Catholic teachers' union a day after negotiations were scuttled by what he said were new benefits demands.

Man accused of murder in hammer attack now facing added terror charge

TORONTO — A man accused of killing a Toronto woman with a hammer has had his murder charge updated to include terrorism activity.

Teen charged with first-degree murder after fatal stabbing in Toronto

Toronto police say they've charged a teenager with murder after a fatal stabbing at a business in the city's north end. They say officers responded to a call for a stabbing at 12:40 p.m. on Monday.