Man suffers life-threatening injuries after vehicle hits scooter in Parkdale

A man believed to be in his 60s suffered life-threatening injuries Monday evening when he was hit by a vehicle while riding a scooter in Parkdale, Toronto police say. [Read entire story]

P.K. and Pekka lead Predators in shutout win over Leafs

Pekka Rinne made 18 saves for his third shutout of the season and the 54th of his career as the Nashville Predators blanked the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-0 on Monday. [Read entire story]

Woman ‘frustrated’ with police response after laptop, iPad theft at Toronto cafe

A Toronto woman says she is "really frustrated" with the reaction of police after her laptop and iPad were stolen from under a chair at an Annex neighbourhood cafe on the weekend. [Read entire story]

Scrapping sex-ed curriculum doesn’t violate Constitution, Ford government argues

The Ontario government's move to scrap controversial parts of the province's sex-ed curriculum in no way violates the Constitution or anyone's human rights, lawyers for the province will argue this week. [Read entire story]

Ontario animal cruelty laws should be enforced by public sector: report

A new report from two animal rights groups says Ontario's animal cruelty laws should be enforced by the public sector rather than by a private charity, as is currently the case. [Read entire story]

Burlington to hold memorial Sunday for Walk off the Earth ‘Beard Guy’ Mike Taylor

Taylor was the keyboardist and vocalist in the Burlington-based indie pop group. He died of "natural causes" in his sleep on Dec. 29, according to a statement from the band. [Read entire story]

‘School’s gonna be a mess today': friends of Vaughan teen killed in crash return to class

Friends of the Vaughan teen who died in a single-vehicle crash during winter break returned to class for the first time Monday. They remembered 16-year-old Daniel Zeno as an outgoing and well-liked classmate. [Read entire story]

Service slowly returns after engine fire suspends GO trains on Lakeshore East line

GO Train service is slowly returning to the Lakeshore East line after an engine fire stopped a train travelling from Oshawa to Union Station on Monday morning, and forced a number of passengers out of their seats. [Read entire story]

Canadian teen sensation Andreescu soars 45 spots in rankings after inspiring run in New Zealand

Canada's Bianca Andreescu jumped 45 positions to a career-high No. 107 in the world rankings Monday after her surprising run to the final at the ASB Classic in Auckland, New Zealand. [Read entire story]

5 questions for Vic Fedeli about Ontario’s pot shop lottery

The finance minister spoke with Metro Morning about the rationale behind Ontario's cannabis retail licence lottery — and what they'll do if they pull someone who doesn't meet the province's qualifications. [Read entire story]

2 charged, 2 suspects outstanding, 3 firearms seized after east end shooting

Two men have been charged with attempted murder, two suspects are still outstanding and three firearms have been seized after a double shooting in the Beach Triangle on the weekend, Toronto police say. [Read entire story]

GM meeting with Unifor Tuesday in Detroit about Oshawa plant future

Unifor national president Jerry Dias has spoken with General Motors and a face-to-face meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday afternoon about the future of GM's Oshawa plant. [Read entire story]

Egyptian-born Toronto man suing federal government after 17-year deportation fight

An Egyptian-born Toronto man and his family are suing the federal government following a 17-year legal battle during which Ottawa repeatedly tried to deport him for unproven ties to terrorism. [Read entire story]

Families sue care homes, alleging neglect contributed to death of loved ones

Five Manitoba families are among dozens of plaintiffs across Canada suing Revera, a company that owns and operates 500 senior living facilities across Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. [Read entire story]

Freezing rain warning remains in place for Greater Toronto Area

A freezing rain warning issued by Environment Canada on Monday remains in place for the Greater Toronto Area. [Read entire story]

Oshawa aid groups struggle for funding in wake of GM collapse

As Oshawa struggles to cope with the impending GM closing, some of the city's charitable groups are being warned not to get their hopes up for continued grant funding. [Read entire story]

More than a dozen illegal cannabis stores still operating in Toronto, but closing them a ‘complex process’

City staff from the Municipal Licensing and Standards department are investigating 16 illegal storefronts in total. [Read entire story]

The common pill that’s killing in the shadow of the opioid crisis

Benzodiazepines, a group of sedatives that include medications like Valium, Xanax and Ativan, have been prescribed for half a century. But when combined with opioids, the results can be lethal. [Read entire story]

Raptors rout Pacers in Lowry’s return

Playing for the first time since missing 10 of the previous 11 games, Kyle Lowry made his presence felt early in the Toronto Raptors' 121-105 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Sunday. [Read entire story]

Canadian Sandra Oh wins best actress in a drama TV series at Golden Globes

Sandra Oh has won the Golden Globe for best TV drama actress for her role in Killing Eve, giving an emotional tribute to her parents. [Read entire story]

The return of winter! Around 2 cm of snow expected to blanket GTA on Monday

It's winter, so expect a blast of snow to cover much of the Greater Toronto Area on Monday. [Read entire story]

Man dead after snowmobile crash in Ontario cottage country, police say

Provincial police say a man has died after his snowmobile collided with a steel dock on the Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst, Ont. [Read entire story]

New GO train service to and from Niagara Falls begins today

The first train of the new service rolled out of Niagara Falls Monday morning at 5:19 a.m. making a stop in St. Catharines before continuing on to Toronto's Union Station. [Read entire story]

Afternoon double shooting shakes east-end Toronto neighbourhood

Two men are injured and two other men are in custody after a double shooting in the Beach Triangle near Woodbine and Queen on Sunday afternoon, according to Toronto police. [Read entire story]

Former prime minister Kim Campbell cusses out Trump in tweet

Former Canadian prime minister Kim Campbell caused a stir online over the weekend when she referred to U.S. President Donald Trump with a profanity, a nod to a speech that landed a newly elected Democratic U.S. [Read entire story]

Critics unnerved by appointment of fundraiser and Ford ally to Ontario Place board chair

James Ginou, a prolific political fundraiser and PC insider, will head up the board during a crucial time in the site's redevelopment. He previously held the job from 1997 to 2003. [Read entire story]

Police identify man stabbed to death in Toronto’s 1st homicide of year

Toronto police have identified a man stabbed to death in the city's first homicide of the year. [Read entire story]

Mississauga teen Bianca Andreescu’s amazing run ends in final of ASB Classic

Julia Goerges defended her singles title at the WTA Tour's ASB Classic, ending the amazing run of Canadian qualifier Bianca Andreescu 2-6, 7-5, 6-1 in Sunday's final. [Read entire story]

Giant market made primarily of shipping containers set to open in Toronto

A 2.6-acre plot of city-owned land that has been vacant for years is being transformed into a vibrant marketplace with restaurants, bars and shops, all of which will be built entirely from shipping containers. [Read entire story]

Old video resurfaces of Drake kissing and fondling teenage girl on stage

A firestorm of online anger is forming against Canadian rapper Drake after an old video resurfaced on social media that shows him kissing and fondling a 17-year-old girl at a concert. [Read entire story]

Rosie DiManno: Nylander and Leafs get back to business

Tell them Willie Boy is here.Wait, wrong movie. This was more a Titanic epic, threatening to smash against the iceberg of negotiation deadline, sinking to the bottom of restricted free agency waters, whilst GM Kyle Dubas [Read entire story]

Niagara police chief anxious to get answers about shooting

He may be the top cop, but Niagara Regional Police Chief Bryan MacCulloch says he doesn’t know any more than the public about why one of his officers shot another last Thursday afternoon in Pelham.“I [Read entire story]

York school board trustee criticized for racially offensive Facebook posts sworn in despite protests

Elizabeth Terrell-Tracey was elected to the York Region District School Board earlier this year despite racially offensive postings that appeared on her Facebook account during the campaign.But at her swearing in Monday [Read entire story]

Justin Trudeau’s India trip suffered security shortfalls, new report finds

OTTAWA—A simple Google search would have revealed that a man who was convicted of attempted murder had been invited to hobnob with Justin Trudeau during the prime minister’s ill-fated trip to India, according [Read entire story]