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Two brothers facing charges after homicide in Guelph, Ont.

GUELPH, Ont. — Two brothers in their 20s are facing murder charges after a homicide in Guelph, Ont. City police say they were called to a local billiards hall early Saturday morning after reports of a fight.

Quebec brothers face human trafficking charges after arrests in Ontario

HAMILTON — Two brothers from Quebec are facing charges in an alleged case of human trafficking in southern Ontario. Hamilton police say they began investigating after receiving a tip from the Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline.

Three Hells Angels charged in drug bust in southwestern Ontario, police say

LONDON, Ont. — Police say they've charged 10 people, including three Hells Angels, as part of a probe into a drug-trafficking ring in the London, Ont., area.

Man dies after found in snowbank by Toronto police

TORONTO — Police say a man who was found without vital signs in a snowbank has died. They say officers out on patrol (near Jane Street and Black Creek Drive) found a man with what appeared to be gunshot wounds just before 2:30 a.m. this morning.

Pedestrian dies in hospital after collison in London, Ont.

LONDON, Ont. — Police in London, Ont., say a pedestrian has died after being hit by a vehicle early this morning. They say the collision took place around 2:20 a.m. in the city's southwest area (near Wharncliffe Road South at Wonderland Road South).
Hundreds block downtown Toronto street to protest mining convention

Hundreds block downtown Toronto street to protest mining convention

TORONTO — More than 100 people protested outside a mining convention Sunday in downtown Toronto, where they blocked traffic on multiple roads and stood in front of entrances to the event.

High school teachers to meet government, Ontario's French teachers announce strike,

The union representing Ontario's secondary school teachers says it will hold an informal meeting with the government on Sunday, which it says could lead to bargaining on Monday.
City of Toronto reaches tentative deal with outside workers' union

City of Toronto reaches tentative deal with outside workers' union

TORONTO — A tentative agreement has been reached between the City of Toronto and the union that represents thousands of outside workers.

A list of vaping regulations across Canada

Several provinces and territories have taken steps to curb the use of vaping products among youth. Here is a list of the measures they've put in place: BRITISH COLUMBIA The B.C.

Ontario to restrict flavoured vapes in effort to curb youth consumption

TORONTO — Ontario announced a plan to curb youth vaping by restricting the sale of flavoured vapes and e-cigarettes while calling on the federal government to raise taxes on the addictive products.