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Man, 32, charged in alleged sexual assault at Toronto's Bloor-Yonge subway station

TORONTO — A 32-year-old man has been arrested and charged after police allege he sexually assaulted a girl at Toronto's Bloor-Yonge subway station last week.

Three people dead, one injured after stabbing in Ottawa

Three people are dead and one person is being treated in hospital after an overnight stabbing in Ottawa. Ottawa police say officers were called to a location on Anoka Street at 10:30 p.m. on Monday.
Ontario NDP to name interim leader, set leadership contest rules

Ontario NDP to name interim leader, set leadership contest rules

TORONTO — Ontario's NDP is set to name an interim leader later today to replace Andrea Horwath and the party is expected to select a longtime Toronto caucus member.
Jury to present recommendations at inquest into deaths of three Ontario women

Jury to present recommendations at inquest into deaths of three Ontario women

A jury is set to present a verdict and recommendations today at a coroner's inquest into the deaths of three women in rural eastern Ontario.

Hamilton Police investigating three separate shootings Monday night

Hamilton police are investigating three separate shootings that took place within the span of about an hour Monday night. The first took place at approximately 10:30 p.m. at an Air B&B at Mohawk Rd W. and Magnolia Dr.
Toddler dies after left in car outside Bancroft, Ont. school: mayor

Toddler dies after left in car outside Bancroft, Ont. school: mayor

A small central Ontario town is rallying around the family of a young child who died after he was mistakenly left in a hot car, the mayor said Monday
Ford defends decision to name nephew minister of multiculturalism

Ford defends decision to name nephew minister of multiculturalism

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford defended his decision Monday to name his nephew minister of citizenship and multiculturalism, saying the newly elected legislator has spent years representing one of the most diverse communities in the province.
Ford says he'll have an 'aggressive' housing plan, will focus on vacant property

Ford says he'll have an 'aggressive' housing plan, will focus on vacant property

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford, whose previous government said it was stymied by municipalities in making further progress on housing supply, said Monday he will have a very "aggressive" plan moving forward.

Man arrested carrying two samurai swords in downtown Oshawa: police

OSHAWA, Ont. — Durham Regional Police say a man has been arrested and charged after officers found him carrying two samurai swords and an imitation firearm in downtown Oshawa.

Man, 32, dead after Honda Civic crashed with hydro pole in Vaughan, Ont.

VAUGHAN, Ont. — A 32-year-old man from Toronto is dead after his car collided with a hydro pole in Vaughan, Ont., on Sunday.