Jordan Hamilton to the rescue as TFC rallies for win over Minnesota

Substitute Jordan Hamilton scored two goals in two minutes to give Toronto FC a 4-3 comeback win over Minnesota United on a wild Friday night. [Read entire story]

Matthews breaks stalemate as Leafs push Bruins to brink

Auston Matthews snapped a scoreless tie in the third period as the Toronto Maple Leafs downed the Boston Bruins 2-1 on Friday to take a 3-2 lead in their best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarter-final. [Read entire story]

Woman brought to hospital with life-threatening gunshot wounds

Toronto police are searching for the location of a shooting after a woman was brought to a hospital with gunshot wounds. [Read entire story]

Ahead of federal election, imams at 69 Canadian mosques deliver message that every vote counts

When Canadians go to the polls in October, a non-partisan group hopes Muslim voter turnout will be higher than ever — and seized one of the year's most-attended days of prayer to mobilize the community with a single [Read entire story]

Little Italy Good Friday procession is an annual tradition for local families

One of Toronto's oldest Good Friday procession took place in Little Italy today as the community watched the re-enactment of what Christians believe to be Jesus's last moments.  [Read entire story]

Gym, tan, laundry… vote?: Ontario asked to consider weekend, holiday elections

If Ontario’s chief electoral officer has his way, voters could head to the polls on weekends or holidays in future provincial elections. [Read entire story]

Toronto Wolfpack rally to bash Barrow Raiders

Blake Wallace and Gareth O'Brien scored three tries apiece as the Toronto Wolfpack rallied from a 12-0 deficit Friday to beat Barrow Raiders 52-26 in Betfred Championship rugby league play. [Read entire story]

Police make arrest in hit and run at streetcar shelter

Toronto police have made an arrest in the hit and run at a downtown streetcar stop last weekend that left a young man clinging to life in hospital. [Read entire story]

Man calls 911 to be rescued from bluffs, then tries to steal a fire truck

Firefighters found themselves in an odd situation Friday morning after a man who called 911 to be rescued from the Scarborough bluffs allegedly tried to steal a fire truck. [Read entire story]

1 dead, 3 in hospital after Highway 11 crash in cottage country

Provincial police are investigating a single vehicle crash on Highway 11 near Gravenhurst, Ont., that left one person dead and three others in hospital. [Read entire story]

Buona Pasqua! Italian bakeries celebrate Easter with mouth-watering traditional treats

As Christians across the city plan for religious services and processions for Easter weekend, many join growing lineups at local bakeries to ensure they don’t miss out on their favorite holiday treats. [Read entire story]

In Toronto over the Easter weekend? Watch out for these road closures

Good Friday procession, sporting tailgate parties and Easter parades mean road closures throughout Toronto. [Read entire story]

Some GO fares are going down — but UP Express commuters won’t reap the benefits

New GO fares will make it cheaper to ride short distances, but UP Express customers aren't being brought along for the ride. [Read entire story]

Brain-injury device licensed by Health Canada was rejected by the FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's refusal to license a therapeutic device intended to help brain-injured people is raising questions about the rigour of Health Canada's approval process. [Read entire story]

Flexible work — for everyone — is key to keeping women in the workforce, experts say

Difficulties managing family and work life continue to push disproportionate numbers of women out of the workforce compared to men. But labour market experts say more flexible workplace policies across the board — [Read entire story]

Canada hoping U.S. gets on board as it moves to update gender info on NEXUS cards

Canada's border agency is about to shake up the way it tracks sex and gender information — which could lead to some awkward conversations with Washington. [Read entire story]

Kirkland Signature brand veggie burgers recalled

A brand of veggie burgers — Kirkland Signature brand Harvest Burgers — are being recalled because of the possibility they contain pieces of metal. [Read entire story]

Toronto Forks & Barrels festival coming soon

The #ForksandBarrels village tour is stopping in Toronto and that village has alcohol, food and entertainment! Enjoy a festival with roads like Beer Lane, Wine Avenue and Spirit Street located in one of my favourite [Read entire story]

Ontario NDP asks federal elections watchdog to look into Ontario carbon tax sticker campaign

The Ontario NDP wants Canada’s federal elections watchdog to look into whether Ontario Premier Doug Ford is violating federal election advertising rules with his anti-carbon tax sticker campaign. [Read entire story]

Health officials warn of confirmed case of measles in Richmond Hill and Newmarket

York Region Public Health is warning the public about a confirmed case of measles in Richmond Hill and Newmarket. [Read entire story]

‘We can still fix it,’ Babcock says of team’s poor execution as Leafs head to Boston

A couple crucial mistakes largely pinned on a lack of attention to detail cost Toronto dearly in its failed bid to grab a 3-1 stranglehold on a series that now shifts back to Boston for Friday's Game 5. [Read entire story]

Transgender girl’s sex-ed curriculum appeal dismissed by human rights tribunal

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario has dismissed the case of a transgender girl fighting the provincial government's repeal of a modernized sex-ed curriculum.   [Read entire story]

One year after tragedy, Toronto comes together to remember and reclaim its spirit

One year after a man tore down a stretch of Yonge Street in a van, cutting short 10 lives and leaving a city forever changed, Torontonians will gather again to remember those lost — and break bread with strangers [Read entire story]

Ontario slashes Toronto Public Health funds by $1B over a decade, board chair says

Premier Doug Ford's government is clawing back public health funding as part of a plan to consolidate the number of province-wide units from 35 to 10, according to Toronto's board of health chair. [Read entire story]

An end to #TAMPONGATE. Period.

An outcry over the banning of feminine hygiene products created a hashtag of its own. #tampongate erupted on social media, after it was revealed that the Medical Council of Canada required medical trainees and residents [Read entire story]

‘Significant’ rain expected to kick off the long weekend, Environment Canada warns

Easter bunny beware. The first long weekend in spring is expected to be a wet one, with the possibility of flooding in parts of the GTA.  [Read entire story]

Ontario wants to let developers pay a fee in lieu of actions on endangered species

Ontario intends to allow municipalities and developers to pay a fee in lieu of taking certain actions to protect species at risk.  [Read entire story]

Anti-carbon tax stickers will cost Ontario government at least $5K

The Ontario government says it will spend approximately $5,000 to create 25,000 anti-carbon tax stickers it has ordered gas stations around the province to display. [Read entire story]

Petition calls for after-hours basketball nets at east Toronto school:Trustee says board doesn’t have funds to repair, maintain courts

Trustee says board doesn't have funds to repair, maintain courts. [Read entire story]

Study finds one in five Ontario children have mental health problems, same as 30 years ago

Around one in five Ontario children have a mental health disorder — about the same percentage as in 1983 — but more people now perceive a need for professional help, according to a province-wide study out of McMaster [Read entire story]

Pearson Airport’s Terminal 3 reopens after probe of ‘suspicious package’

Terminal 3 at Pearson International Airport has reopened after a brief police investigation of a suspicious package. [Read entire story]

‘Let the kids play': Raptors staffer calling on TDSB to keep basketball nets up after school

A Toronto Raptors staffer wants to make sure that local kids’ hoop dreams stay alive by stopping the practice at some schools of taking basketball nets down outside of classroom hours. [Read entire story]

Pot supply not the problem behind cannabis industry growing pains

Federal claims of high cannabis supplies are “blowing smoke” over the actual product shortages that will continue to plague online and retail markets in Canada for some time, a new analysis says. [Read entire story]

The Canadian Premier League is coming to CBC Sports

CBC Sports and CBCSports.ca will live stream 20 games of the Canadian Premier League, including the league's inaugural match Apr. 27 at 1 p.m. ET when Hamilton's Forge FC hosts Toronto's York9 FC. [Read entire story]