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Man facing child porn charges after police investigation in St. Catharines, Ont.

ST. CATHARINES, Ont. — Niagara Regional police say they've charged a man with child pornography offences. They say they arrested an 80-year-old man on Thursday in St. Catharines, Ont.

Police lay nearly 100 charges after break-in spree near Barrie, Ont.

INNISFIL, Ont. — Police south of Barrie, Ont., say they've laid nearly 100 charges against a man accused of going on a break-in spree since September 2019.

Ontario man wanted in North Dakota killing arrested on Blue Water Bridge

BISMARCK, N.D. — Authorities in the U.S. say a Canadian man wanted in the killing of a man who was found fatally shot after a house fire in North Dakota has been arrested. U.S.

Auditor general to probe costs of cancelling eastern Ontario wind farm project

TORONTO — Ontario's auditor general says she will examine the costs associated with the cancellation of an eastern Ontario wind farm, as the opposition New Democrats call for a special investigation of a move they say could cost taxpayers hundreds of

Elementary teachers in Ontario plan rotating strikes amid contract talks

TORONTO — Elementary teachers in Ontario are planning rotating strikes starting Jan. 20 unless there is significant progress with the government in what has been a difficult round of contract talks.

Two teens charged after life-threatening assault in Thunder Bay, Ont.

THUNDER BAY, Ont. — Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., say two teenagers have been charged after an alleged break-in and assault that left one person with life-threatening injuries.

Ontario ombudsman launches probe of Landlord and Tenant Board delays

TORONTO — Ontario's ombudsman is launching an investigation into delays at the Landlord and Tenant Board.

Rom-con artist loses bid to stay conviction over frequent strip-searches

TORONTO — The conviction of a romance con artist who defrauded a woman of hundreds of thousands of dollars was upheld on Thursday despite his contention that frequent strip searches in detention had violated his rights.

Ontario sets official end date of July 1 for red-and-white health cards

TORONTO — Hundreds of thousands of Ontarians will soon have to say goodbye for good to their old, red-and-white health cards.
Ontario schools in mourning after students killed in Iran plane crash

Ontario schools in mourning after students killed in Iran plane crash

TORONTO — Schools across Ontario were in mourning Wednesday as more than a dozen students were revealed to have perished in a plane crash in Iran that claimed the lives of 176 people, including 138 who were bound for Canada.