Take action on food justice | CTV News – CTV News Toronto

Take action on food justice | CTV News – CTV News Toronto

Take action on food justice | CTV News  CTV News Toronto

In Toronto, home buyers hone their tactics; rise of the ‘stink bid’

In Toronto, home buyers hone their tactics; rise of the ‘stink bid’

Realtor Andre Kutyan received a ‘stink bid’ for the house at 388 Elm Road in Toronto.Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd. In the slouching Toronto-area real estate market, figuring out which seller is motivated to sell at a discount is a game patient buyers are prepared to play. One of the tactics is the deployment of … Read more

Rescue dogs last flight lands in Toronto before import ban

Rescue dogs last flight lands in Toronto before import ban

The last flight of internationally rescued golden retrievers touched down at Toronto Pearson International Airport on Tuesday ahead of a new policy that will ban the import of dogs from more than 100 countries at the end of the month. At Pearson, emotions ran high as the dogs met their new owners for the first … Read more

September 30 holiday in Ontario: Who gets the day off?

September 30 holiday in Ontario: Who gets the day off?

The second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is approaching in Canada, and while it is not a statutory holiday in Ontario, there are some things you should know about. Sept. 30 is observed in Ontario only as a federal holiday, which means provincially regulated businesses are not required to give employees the day off work. … Read more

Person seen running towards Scarborough school with gun – CTV News Toronto

Person seen running towards Scarborough school with gun  CTV News Toronto

Drunk, speeding unlicensed driver who killed father, injured 3 others sentenced to 9 years

Drunk, speeding unlicensed driver who killed father, injured 3 others sentenced to 9 years

A Newmarket, Ont., judge has sentenced an unlicensed driver who drove at excessive speeds, weaving in and out of traffic, with more than twice the legal limit of alcohol in his blood, killing one man and injuring three others including a child, to nine years in prison and an 18-year driving ban. Fereidon Hayatibahar was … Read more

Motorcyclist dead after crash in Brampton, Ont.

Motorcyclist dead after crash in Brampton, Ont.

A male motorcyclist is dead following a collision in Brampton overnight. Peel police responded to reports of a crash in the area of Chinguacousy Road near Flowertown Avenue, shortly before 4 a.m. Police say a motorcycle and a Toyota were both travelling northbound on Chinguacousy Road. The motorcycle then appears to have crashed into the … Read more

Months of construction on Adelaide Street set to begin

Months of construction on Adelaide Street set to begin

A months-long street renewal project is set to get underway on a major downtown artery this month in order to make way for the expected start of construction on the Ontario Line. Work on the new subway line is expected to start in 2023 and will require the long-term closure of a stretch of Queen … Read more

Man dies after being pulled from house fire in Toronto

Man dies after being pulled from house fire in Toronto

A man has died in hospital after being pulled from a fire that ripped through a home in North York early Saturday morning. Shortly before 7:30 a.m., Toronto fire responded to a blaze at a house at 14 Calais Avenue, near Lexfield Avenue and Richard Clark Drive. The fire appears to have started in the … Read more

Bullying, vandalism, fraud: Why hasn’t the province cracked down on ‘outrageous’ behaviour by some GTA councillors?

Bullying, vandalism, fraud: Why hasn’t the province cracked down on ‘outrageous’ behaviour by some GTA councillors?

In her first act as a newly appointed councillor, Raika Sheppard asked her council for more compassion. Sheppard brought forward a motion in June for the city to affirm the “compassion charter,” which she told council would be “the first step in us treating each other better as colleagues and treating the staff better and … Read more