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TORONTO (AP) — The Toronto Blue Jays activated All-Star closer Jordan Romano and fellow right-hander Erik Swanson off the 15-day injured list before Tuesday night’s game against the Yankees. Romano had been sidelined since spring training with right elbow inflammation and Swanson with right forearm inflammation. Toronto optioned right-hander Nate Pearson to Triple-A Buffalo. Righty […]

TORONTO — Most fans would describe the Toronto Raptors’ 2023-24 season as tumultuous, even chaotic, with a series of trades significantly remaking the roster and then a raft of injuries and other issues directly contributing to a 15-game losing skid. But head coach Darko Rajakovic’s lasting memory of this lost season will be how through […]

TORONTO — Despite a split from some of their teammates and coaches, the Professional Women’s Hockey League’s international break served as a welcome reset for the players on league-leading Toronto. Seven players, along with head coach Troy Ryan and goalie coach Brad Kirkwood, went to Utica, N.Y., for the women’s world hockey championship. Those that […]

Police say they’ve made arrests in a daring theft of nearly $24 million in gold and cash from Toronto’s Pearson airport last year.  Peel Regional Police say details will be announced at a news conference in Brampton, Ont., Wednesday morning – on the one-year anniversary of the heist. Police had previously released little information about […]

Toronto police have laid a total of 54 charges against three people who allegedly stole two luxury cars and ran over a victim in one carjacking with his own vehicle.  Supt. Andy Singh says the first carjacking took place at around 2 p.m. on April 6 at a parking lot in the east-end neighbourhood of […]

TORONTO — Lululemon says it is combining function and fashion in its first-ever summer kit for Canada’s Olympians and Paralympians. The Canadian outfitter unveiled its kit for this summer’s Paris Olympics and Paralympics today in Toronto. The company says it conducted product testing and feedback sessions with 19 Canadian Olympic and Paralympic athletes across 14 […]

TORONTO — “Yellowjackets” star Sophie Nélisse expects the intensity of her hit survival drama to dial up in Season 3.  The Montreal-based actor says filming will begin in May and that the cast has been kept in the dark about the plot.  But she hopes her teen character Shauna Shipman lets her emotions explode after […]

TORONTO — Ontario hopes to have shovels in the ground to begin building Highway 413 within a year.  Transportation Minister Prabmeet Sarkaria says a new agreement with the federal government will allow the Toronto-area highway to begin much earlier. Ottawa and Ontario said yesterday that they came to an agreement that establishes a joint working […]

TORONTO — Weakness in several sectors including financials led Canada’s main stock index lower in late-morning trading,while U.S. stock markets were mixed. The S&P/TSX composite index was down 130.16 points at 21,610.04. In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 99.17 points at 37,834.28. The S&P 500 index was down 7.06 points at […]

NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. — Ontario is spending $1 billion to refurbish hydro power stations in Niagara Falls, Ont. Energy Minister Todd Smith says the refurbishment will extend the life of the generating stations by 30 years. Ontario Power Generation and a subsidiary of General Electric will renew 25 units at the Sir Adam Beck Complex […]