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Police warn of gas leak at Kingston, Ont., intersection

KINGSTON, Ont. — Police in Kingston, Ont., are warning pedestrians and motorists to stay away from an intersection due to a gas leak. Investigators say the leak was caused by a collision at Princess and Macdonnell streets that struck a gas line.

Woman, 37, dies in single-vehicle crash on Highway 401 in Chatham, Ont.

CHATHAM, Ont. — Provincial police say a woman has died in an early morning crash on Highway 401 in Chatham, Ont. Police say a vehicle travelling west left the highway and ended up in a treeline on the north side of the road.

Southern, central Ontario braces for snow, ice pellets and freezing rain

TORONTO — This may be a good day for residents of southern and central Ontario to stay home if they don't have to travel.

Young man has died after shooting in Brampton, Ont., police say

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Police say a man has died after he was shot outside a home in Brampton, Ont., on Saturday evening. Peel regional police say they were called to the scene at about 6:20 p.m. Const.
Ottawa cites salmon species extinction risk in call for input on slide response

Ottawa cites salmon species extinction risk in call for input on slide response

Ottawa is seeking help to avoid what it says could be the extinction of some British Columbian salmon species because of a massive landslide on the Fraser River that sparked a co-ordinated emergency response this year.

Four men sought in break-and-enter at Sherway Gardens mall

Toronto police have identified one of four suspects sought in a break-and-enter at the Sherway Gardens mall. Investigators say four men smashed the front doors of the mall's Hudson's Bay store in the early hours of Nov. 18.

Three arrested, three sought after man abducted and robbed in Toronto: police

Toronto police have arrested three suspects and are seeking three more in an abduction they say took place earlier this month.
Ford, Legault say Montreal meeting focused on immigration, health, economy

Ford, Legault say Montreal meeting focused on immigration, health, economy

MONTREAL — The premiers of Ontario and Quebec say they plan to work together to press the federal government for a more flexible immigration system and more money for health care.

Ontario English Catholic teachers move closer to legal strike position

TORONTO — The union representing the province's English Catholic teachers says it is moving closer to a legal strike position.

Former TTC worker launches case over air quality in Toronto's subway system

TORONTO — A retired worker with the Toronto Transit Commission has launched a court case against the agency, alleging it violated the province's Environmental Protection Act by allowing harmful contaminants into the city's subway system.