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AURORA, Ont. — Canada’s Anne-Catherine Tanguay was in the clubhouse at 5-under-par 211 after shooting a 71 on Saturday at the CP Women’s Open. The Quebec City golfer bogeyed the par-4 third hole before picking up birdies on two of her next three holes. She bogeyed the 10th but got the stroke back with a birdie on […]

MONO, Ont. — Provincial police say a woman is dead after a car crashed into building southwest of Barrie, Ont. OPP say the woman drove into a general store around 4 a.m on Saturday in Mono, Ont. They say the 26-year-old woman from Orangeville, Ont., was rushed to hospital in life-threatening condition Police say she was later pronounced dead. Police say no […]

Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders says a shooting early this morning in the city’s north that injured four men is believed to be the result of gang activity. Saunders says police were called for reports of gunshots fired around 1 a.m. near Yorkdale Shopping Centre. He says police believe four suspects were in a black sedan and three of them got out of the […]

OTTAWA — The departure of a Quebec Liberal MP who announced she would not seek a second term this week was forced by the party, the local riding association president says. Eva Nassif announced in a statement Thursday she would not seek a re-election in the riding of Vimy, north of Montreal. Riding president Giuseppe Margiotta told The Canadian […]

LONDON, Ont. — Officials say a firefighter seriously injured after a house explosion in London, Ont., last week has been released from hospital. Platoon Fire Chief Kirk Loveland says the firefighter is expected to make a full recovery after the blast, which was triggered when a car slammed into a home and hit a gas line. Seven people were injured […]

TORONTO — Melissa Bishop-Nriagu, the Canadian record-holder and a world silver medallist in the 800 metres, is shutting down her season due to injury. The 31-year-old runner from Eganville, Ont., announced the news on Instagram on Saturday. Bishop-Nriagu sat out last season to give birth to daughter Corinne, and said the changed structure of her […]

Toronto police say four men were shot early this morning in the city’s north end. Police say they were called for reports of gunshots fired around 1 a.m. near Yorkdale Shopping Centre. They say four men were shot and all sustained non-life-threatening injuries. Investigators say the incident was caught on video and appears to show two groups of men shooting […]

The operator of Ontario’s GO Transit service is asking bus drivers to accommodate an autistic man by spitting out their chewing gum if asked, a directive meant to encourage employees to meet the needs of those with invisible disabilities. Metrolinx says a regular passenger, who is autistic, has extreme sensitivity to the sounds and scents of […]

PICTON, Ont. — Provincial police say a woman is dead after a car crash south of Belleville, Ont. OPP say they were called to the two-vehicle collision on Friday just before 7:30 p.m. in Picton, Ont. They say a northbound car partially crossed into the southbound lanes where it was struck by another vehicle. Police say the driver of […]

OTTAWA — Samantha Reusch is aiming to help young Canadians identify misinformation online because she and her colleagues can’t monitor all social media platforms for false information during this fall’s campaign. Reusch is the research manager at Apathy is Boring, a non-profit organization that encourages youth to engage in politics. She says misinformation on social media […]