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Late Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion is being remembered for the many ways she contributed to not only to the city she led for 36 years, but also the province following her death this morning.

The former Ontario lieutenant-governor lies for two days at the legislature before his funeral Monday.

A water main which broke and flooded a major downtown Toronto intersection 140 years after it went into the ground is a reminder that city infrastructure needs constant upkeep, an expert says.

Five Memphis police officers were fired for excessive use of force stemming from an arrest during a traffic stop of a man who later died.

As Amanda Anderson explains, this is the first time the wildlife rehabilitation organization has cared for a lynx.

"There isn’t a single person who met Hazel who didn’t leave in awe of her force of personality," Doug Ford said Sunday. Full story:

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Watch the moment CUPE leaders representing school support workers announce a province-wide protest on Friday after Ontario introduced back-to-work legislation. #onpoli 

A 13-year-old Ontario journalist who has interviewed big names in Canadian politics says the Minister of Education has been rejecting or ignoring interview requests from him for almost a year.

"We have let our lives be controlled for the last two years in a significant amount of fear and now we are going to have to change some of that thinking."

Ontario's Progressive Conservative government spent about $13.75 million on ads the auditor general believes are partisan.

“The nurses are showing up. Doctors are showing up. Paramedics are showing up...Why is it that the minister [of health] and Premier Ford can't show up?”

Prescriptions are now required to get liquid Tylenol and Advil for kids due to a national supply shortage at pharmacies.

“We’re not going to charge money for someone who stole a carton of eggs or a loaf of bread. If they can’t afford the eggs or the bread, they can’t afford us, and they’re the ones who need the help the most.”

The federal government is adding 13 new extremist groups, including the Proud Boys, to the Criminal Code list of terrorist entities, freezing their assets and opening up people who are affiliated with them to criminal sanctions.