The prospect of a Victoria Day weekend liquor store strike in Ontario has been taken off the shelf after a deal was reached late Thursday night between the LCBO and its unionized workers.
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A whirlwind day of late-breaking developments around a possible casino development in downtown Toronto has seen the city's mayor declare the project 'dead,' the head of the province's gambling agency dismissed without explanation, and an admission from the province that it is only willing to give the city about half the gambling revenue it had been seeking.
Canadian families are planning to cut back on the amount they spend at the grocery store in the face of rising food prices, a new report from one of Canada's largest banks said Thursday.
Canada's national pension plan gained $21.7 billion in assets in its last fiscal year, a return on investment of better than 10 per cent and more than five times the current inflation rate.
Hundreds of police officers are combing properties across southern Ontario gathering evidence and using forensic analysis to try to figure out how Tim Bosma wound up dead, while his family is struggling to understand why.
Toronto Maple Leafs centre Tyler Bozak said he loves to play in Toronto and would like to remain a Maple Leaf. The 27-year-old is eligible to become a free agent this summer.
Paul Godfrey is out as chairman of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. and he says the board has also resigned.
Victims of the tainted blood scandal and their families are urging the Ontario and federal governments to stop blood-plasma clinics from operating in the province.
Tips on how to stay safe on the water this weekend.
Of A Monstrous Child: A Gaga Musical, staged by Toronto's Buddies in Bad Times Theatre and Ecce Homo Theatre, explores the myth and mystique surrounding pop star Lady Gaga.
Dignitaries and politicians were among those who got a sneak preview today of the giant panda exhibit that will formally open at the Toronto Zoo this weekend.
A couple is in serious, but stable, condition in hospital after a dramatic rescue from a three-alarm house fire near York Mills Road and Bayview Avenue in Toronto overnight.
Construction to extend Highway 427 could start as early as 2017 if the provincial budget is passed, Premier Kathleen Wynne said Thursday.
A woman accused of scamming thousands of dollars from people looking to rent apartments made a court appearance on Thursday.
In his first news conference on Earth after five months in space, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield described the first smells of 'home,' what it feels like to readjust to gravity, and why he put so much energy into connecting with the public in space.
Veteran forward Bobby Convey is now a member of Toronto FC after a trade Thursday with Sporting Kansas City. Toronto FC gives up a third-round pick in next year's MLS SuperDraft.
Toronto coach Randy Carlyle and general manager David Nonis put their best efforts forward to focus on silver linings for this season, with the Maple Leafs still stinging from an incredible playoff loss to Boston earlier this week.
Canada's MuchMusic Video Awards are going Gangnam Style: The music station has signed on South Korean pop star Psy as co-host and performer for the MMVAs bash in Toronto on June 16.
Negotiations between the LCBO and the union representing its 7,000 employees are heading into the final hours.
The Toronto Marlies battled back from a two-goal deficit but couldn't complete the comeback Wednesday night, losing 5-4 to the hometown Grand Rapids Griffins in Game 3 of the AHL Western Conference semifinals.