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Former Toronto homicide detective Steve Ryan remembers that day like it was yesterday.

"I was actually shocked," one parent said.

Left untreated before symptoms appear, rabies will lead to death.

#BREAKING: A shooting in a North York plaza Saturday afternoon left one person dead, Toronto police say.

A Canada-wide arrest warrant has been issued for a 32-year-old man wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of a 43-year-old man in Scarborough last week.

Court records show Alec Baldwin was told the prop gun he was handed on a movie set was a 'cold gun' before it was accidentally discharged, killing a crew member.

Seth Rossman the owner of Gunslingers Inc., which provides props for movie sets, on why real guns are used to film.

Dog owners are pushing for changes to the dog owners liability act outside of Queen's Park.

The victim of an overnight shooting in Keelesdale is remembered for his kindness and generosity.

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A military report claims that at some Ontario long-term care homes there were bug infestations, old food trays stacked inside resident rooms and that patients were observed “crying for help with staff not responding.”

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.

A large Amazon fulfillment centre in Brampton, Ont. has been ordered to cease all operations and thousands of its workers must self-isolate.

NEW: Premier Doug Ford’s notable absence from the public eye over the past few weeks is part of an effort to protect him from negative pandemic news and rehabilitate his image, CTV News Toronto has learned.

Efforts to get official Conservative policy to recognize that climate change is real have failed.

BlackBerry Ltd. says its researchers have uncovered how China-backed hackers have been able to extract data from many of the world's servers for a decade -- largely without being noticed by cyber security.

HAPPENING NOW: Thousands of teachers surround Queen's Park Circle protesting the Ford government during a provincewide strike. More details here:

Dr. Kali Barrett, a critical care physician at UHN, says businesses can be rebuilt, but 'once you're dead, you're dead'.​

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