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Former Thunder Bay police lawyer charged in OPP misconduct investigation

Former Thunder Bay police lawyer charged in OPP misconduct investigation

A former in-house lawyer for the Thunder Bay Police is facing criminal charges as part of an active investigation into allegations of misconduct by members of the force, the second person arrested as part of the years-long probe by Ontario Provincial
Ford government to reverse controversial development charge change: documents

Ford government to reverse controversial development charge change: documents

Documents obtained by The Trillium give a first glimpse at what's planned for Wednesday's housing bill — including giving universities planning power on their own campuses
'I'm not paying it': Family furious over $400/day hospital fine for not moving to LTC

'I'm not paying it': Family furious over $400/day hospital fine for not moving to LTC

A few weeks ago, Michele Campeau faced what seemed like an impossible decision: move her mom from a hospital bed to a long-term care home the family hated or pay $400 a day to remain at the health-care facility.
Man accused of running over Toronto police officer testifies at murder trial

Man accused of running over Toronto police officer testifies at murder trial

TORONTO — A man accused of running over a Toronto police officer nearly three years ago described walking around the city's downtown with his pregnant wife and young son that evening as he took the stand in his murder trial Tuesday.
Ontario looks at counting student residences toward aim of building 1.5 million homes

Ontario looks at counting student residences toward aim of building 1.5 million homes

TORONTO — Ontario is considering counting student residences toward its target of building 1.
A bunch of people dressed up as the sun in Niagara Falls and broke a Guinness record

A bunch of people dressed up as the sun in Niagara Falls and broke a Guinness record

NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. — If you're wondering whether there is a Guinness World Record for "largest gathering of people dressed as the sun", the answer is, yes, and it now belongs to Niagara Falls, Ont.
Toronto police cop suffers serious but non-life-threatening injuries during arrest

Toronto police cop suffers serious but non-life-threatening injuries during arrest

TORONTO — The Toronto Police Service says an officer was injured while making an arrest during an alleged car theft. The incident happened near Yonge and Kingsdale around 10 p.m.
Man convicted in London, Ont., attack on Muslim family plans to appeal: lawyer

Man convicted in London, Ont., attack on Muslim family plans to appeal: lawyer

The lawyer for a man convicted of murdering four members of a Muslim family in what the judge deemed to be an act of terrorism says his client is seeking to appeal the convictions.
Officer was not visible to driver when he was run over: crash reconstructionist

Officer was not visible to driver when he was run over: crash reconstructionist

TORONTO — A Toronto police officer would not have been visible to the man who ran him over because he was on the ground in the car's blind zone, a crash reconstructionist told jurors Monday. Det. Const.
Ontario paramedic among Canadians dead in Swiss avalanche: Perth County

Ontario paramedic among Canadians dead in Swiss avalanche: Perth County

An Ontario county has confirmed that a local paramedic was among the Canadians killed after being caught in an avalanche while on vacation in Switzerland.