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Toronto Argonauts quarterback Chad Kelly is denying allegations that he harassed a former employee of the CFL club. A woman who worked as a strength-and-conditioning coach with the Argos filed a lawsuit last week against the team for wrongful dismissal and against Kelly for alleged violations of the Ontario Human Rights Code. The complainant said […]

TORONTO (AP) — The Canadian Football League is investigating allegations made by a former Toronto Argonauts strength and conditioning coach who alleges to have been wrongfully dismissed after being harassed by quarterback Chad Kelly, the league announced Wednesday. The league said it has opened the investigation in accordance with its gender-based violence policy. The coach […]

TORONTO — The prospective adoptive parents of a 12-year-old boy who was found dead in a Burlington, Ont., home more than a year ago are now facing first-degree murder charges.  Halton Regional Police say emergency crews responded to a residence in Burlington on Dec. 21, 2022 and found the boy without vital signs – he […]

TORONTO — A 27-year-old man is facing assault charges after a woman was shot in the face with a pellet gun in east Toronto this week.  Toronto police Insp. Michael Williams says the attack on a 76-year-old woman that took place on Wednesday appeared to be random He says the woman was walking in an […]

TORONTO — The Body Shop Canada Ltd. says it will close 33 stores and halt its e-commerce operations as it seeks to restructure itself under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. The Canadian subsidiary of the international cosmetics brand announced Friday that it will immediately begin liquidating almost a third of its 105 stores. The company […]

TORONTO — Canada’s main stock index was up more than 200 points in late-morning trading, helped by strength in the energy stocks as the price of oil moved higher. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 216.53 points at 21,580.14. In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 23.14 points at 39,019.53. The S&P […]

TORONTO — Despite an unseasonably warm winter, there’s a chill across the Canadian retail landscape. Less snow than usual in many parts of the country along with high inflation put a damper on splurging during the typically busy holiday season — and now retail industry watchers say apparel companies are staring down an equally fraught […]

TORONTO — Child-care wait lists have ballooned across Ontario since the province signed on to the national $10-a-day program, as demand due to the lower fees appears to be far outpacing the creation of new spaces in many regions. In Kawartha Lakes, one of several municipalities with a central wait list, children are now set […]

TORONTO — Ontario’s financial services regulator is making it easier for consumers to verify the credentials of financial advisers and financial planners. The Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Ontario it is launching a new webpage where people can type in the name of their financial professional and verify their qualifications, see if they’re in good […]

TORONTO (AP) — Auston Matthews scored his NHL-leading 53rd goal and the Toronto Maple Leafs topped Arizona 4-2 on Thursday night to send the Coyotes to their 14th straight loss. Matthew Knies had a goal and an assist, Tyler Bertuzzi also scored and William Nylander added an empty-netter to go with two assists for Toronto, […]