Rescue attempts at collapsed Ontario mall to resume Watch

The Canadian Press

Officials in Elliot Lake, Ont., say they are resuming rescue efforts at a partially collapsed mall after an appeal from Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty.

Vehicle hit by falling concrete from Gardiner Expressway Watch

A driver narrowly escaped harm after a chunk of concrete once again fell from the aging Gardiner Expressway, damaging his windshield.

Man faces seven charges after police officers assaulted

A Toronto man faces seven charges in connection with the assault of two Toronto police officers over the weekend.

Activist sues police over dropped G20 charges

A community activist who once gained notoriety for splashing chocolate milk on a prominent politician launched a lawsuit against police Monday.

Scouts Canada failed to report 65 abuse cases: audit

An independent review of six decades of Scouts Canada records revealed that the organization failed at least 65 times to report allegations of sexual misconduct to authorities.

Ontario gov't spending $57M on immigrant training

Ontario is spending $35 million to give skilled immigrants a leg up to get the training they need to find work in their fields.

Dialogue on doctor-aided suicide needed: CMAJ editorial

Canadians need to engage in a dialogue on the issue of whether terminally ill patients should have the legal right to "therapeutic homicide," says an editorial in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

Tory lawyer says election complaints filed too late

A bid to overturn the federal election results in a handful of tightly contested ridings should be tossed out, because the cases were filed too late, the Federal Court heard Monday.

RIM down after Morgan Stanley criticism

Research In Motion Ltd. (TSX:RIM) shares hit their lowest level since 2003 on Monday as the company was downgraded by investment firm Morgan Stanley, which called the company "essentially broken."

TSX ends lower on concerns about European economy

The Toronto stock market closed the session lower as weakness spread across key sectors amid growing concerns about the European financial crisis.

Complainant at naked judge hearing to know standing soon

A man who says he was sexually harassed by a Manitoba judge is to find out Tuesday whether he will have standing at her disciplinary hearing.

Bombardier workers ratify new collective agreements

Employees at Bombardier's de Havilland facility in Toronto have ratified two new collective agreements.

Victim in city's latest homicide identified

Toronto police are investigating the death of a 28-year-old man inside an upscale North York condominium building late Saturday night.

Police called asking about Magnotta before killing

Police were hot on Luka Rocco Magnotta's trail just weeks before he allegedly killed and dismembered university student Jun Lin, according to a former landlord.

Canadian cross-border shoppers plan bigger haul

Canadians are in a U.S. shopping state of mind this summer thanks to changes in regulations that allow them to buy more without paying duty, a new survey suggests.

Teen girl charged with 2nd-degree murder

A 17-year-old girl is charged with second-degree murder in the death of a man northwest of Toronto.

Feds hike danger rating on ecstasy

Glowsticks, fuzzy pants and DJ Johnny Fiasco were the recipe for a Calgary rave back in the late-'90s when it was Kevin's job to supply the key ingredient.

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