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Remains found in car submerged in Lake Ontario belong to man missing since 1983: OPP

AMHERSTVIEW, Ont. — Police in Ontario say they have confirmed the human remains found inside a car in Lake Ontario earlier this year are of a former prison guard who was reported missing four decades ago.
Amber Alert cancelled after eight-year-old boy found safe

Amber Alert cancelled after eight-year-old boy found safe

An Amber Alert issued for an eight-year-old boy who police believe was abducted in Thunder Bay, Ont., has been found safe.
SIU to investigate use of officer's gun in deadly Bourget, Ont., shooting

SIU to investigate use of officer's gun in deadly Bourget, Ont., shooting

TORONTO — Ontario’s police watchdog says it will investigate evidence suggesting an officer fired his gun during a deadly incident in Bourget, Ont., last week.
Consortium launches legal challenge over delayed Eglinton Crosstown LRT

Consortium launches legal challenge over delayed Eglinton Crosstown LRT

TORONTO — The construction consortium building a delayed midtown Toronto light rail transit line said Tuesday it is taking the provincial transit agency and Infrastructure Ontario to court over the project.
Ontario water, air quality a concern: auditor general state of environment report

Ontario water, air quality a concern: auditor general state of environment report

TORONTO — Deforestation, contaminated air, polluted water and the loss of wetlands are a growing concern, Ontario's auditor general concluded in a "state of the environment report" released Tuesday.
Ontario procures more natural gas, battery storage for electricity system

Ontario procures more natural gas, battery storage for electricity system

TORONTO — Ontario's electricity system operator is bringing seven new battery storage projects into the province's grid to support reliability and help eventually move away from natural gas.
Battle lines in Toronto mayoral race drawn in campaign's first major debate: experts

Battle lines in Toronto mayoral race drawn in campaign's first major debate: experts

TORONTO — The first major debate of Toronto's mayoral election appeared to set out the battle lines for the campaign's second half, city hall watchers said Tuesday, as Olivia Chow defended her front-runner status against a field looking to make up gr
Lower child-care fees could see 100,000 more Ontario women in workforce: report

Lower child-care fees could see 100,000 more Ontario women in workforce: report

TORONTO — Ontario has the potential to see nearly 100,000 more women enter the labour market due to $10-a-day child care, but only if the province creates more daycare spaces, a report from the Financial Accountability Office said Tuesday.
Ontario, Bell won't say how much money they made from inmate phone calls

Ontario, Bell won't say how much money they made from inmate phone calls

TORONTO — Neither Bell Canada nor the Ontario government will say how much money they made from a jail phone system that charged what lawyers describe as "exorbitant" rates for inmate calls over eight years.

Ontario man charged with sexual assault of minors, allegations date to 1987: police

OSHAWA, Ont. — A 66-year-old Ontario man is facing seven charges of sexually assaulting a minor after police east of Toronto opened an investigation into allegations dating back more than three decades. Police say the accused, from Oshawa, Ont.