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Judge dismisses suit against doctors accused of ignoring man's wishes to stay alive

TORONTO — Two doctors were acting within the rules and providing adequate care to an elderly patient when they imposed a "do not resuscitate" order on the man without notifying him or his substitute decision maker, an Ontario judge ruled this week.

Police say a man tried to evade officers by rolling through cow manure

PICTON, Ont. — Provincial police say a man rolled through cow manure in an effort to evade officers in Prince Edward County this week. OPP allege the 23-year-old man was involved in an early morning collision on Friday and ran from the scene.

Ford to decide on carbon tax court challenge after federal election

TORONTO — Doug Ford says the fate of Ontario's carbon tax court challenge will be decided after the federal election, raising the possibility that his government could end up abandoning the legal action.

Police look for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted 16-year-old

Toronto police say they're looking for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a teen girl twice in a city park. They say the 16-year-old girl was in the park on Wednesday when she was approached by a man who allegedly sexually assaulted her and fled.

Police say the victims of crash in Toronto are in stable condition

Toronto police say all those injured in a collision in the city's downtown core this week are now in stable condition. The crash took place on Thursday afternoon, at the intersection of College Street and Bay Street.
Ontario invests $3M to boost Toronto CCTV network amid spate of gun violence

Ontario invests $3M to boost Toronto CCTV network amid spate of gun violence

TORONTO — Ontario is spending $3 million to more than double the amount of closed-circuit TV cameras for Toronto amid a recent spate of gun violence.

Police investigating after road sign thrown onto QEW in Oakville, Ont.

OAKVILLE, Ont. — Police say they are hoping to identify a male who threw a road sign onto a highway west of Toronto after a video of the incident started circulating on social media.

Pump sticker violators will be fined but won't face max penalty: Ford

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford says gas station owners who don't put his government's anti-carbon tax stickers on their pumps will be fined but won't be handed the maximum penalty available.

Police charge 10th teen after high-school party left home with $80,000 damage

LONDON, Ont. — Police in London, Ont., say they have charged a tenth teenager after a two-month investigation into a high-school graduation party that allegedly left a home with $80,000 in damage.

Teen camp counsellor charged in alleged sex assault of six-year-old girl

WHITBY, Ont. — Police say an 18-year-old camp counsellor is facing charges after the alleged sexual assault of a six-year-old girl at a zoo in Whitby, Ont. Durham regional police say the teen boy, from Oshawa, Ont.