Toronto is under a severe weather warning, with a winter storm expected to hit by Monday and last into early Wednesday.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is suggesting marijuana be sold at the LCBO when legalized. Wynne says that it “makes a lot of sense” to use the distribution system that the province already has in place.
On Nov. 11, Toronto paid tribute to fallen soldiers at Remembrance Day ceremonies held across the city.
Those living within a 10-kilometre radius of a nuclear plant in Ontario received an unusual package in the mail recently — anti-radiation pills.
Of all the scenarios that humans fear, the thought of losing one’s child is among the most terrifying.
This is something some horror novelists understand. At the International Festival of Authors recently, four acclaimed authors talked about their greatest fears — and how they use them to terrify readers.
The Liberal Government says that they will be on track to achieve a balanced budget by 2017-2018.
New Ontario birth certificates begin rolling out Wednesday.
As a society, we let our children drive cars at 16, let them go off to college or university at 17, vote at 18, drink at 19. Children are expected to grow up faster than ever. So why are some people so blind to the fact that this new curriculum is simply a reflection of the need to keep up with the maturity of our children?