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TORONTO — Gradey Dick might be the busiest player on the Toronto Raptors. The 20-year-old rookie forward is seeing regular playing minutes in his first season in the NBA, but also logging even more time on the court with the G-League’s Raptors 905.  Drafted 13th overall out of Kansas by Toronto in last summer’s draft, […]

TORONTO — Before the Toronto Raptors season began, team president Masai Ujiri insisted that this version of the club would be unselfish. Forward Scottie Barnes thinks that Ujiri’s prediction has been borne out over the first 20 games of the season, as the Raptors have hit new highs for team assists. Barnes said that’s because […]

TORONTO — Advocacy groups say Brookfield Corp. is substantially under-reporting its carbon emissions, even as the firm’s head of transition investing Mark Carney emphasizes the importance of increased disclosures The report by the group Investors for Paris Compliance, citing data from Private Equity Climate Risks, says the investments of Canada’s largest private equity investor emit […]

TORONTO — For anyone facing spiralling debt and a falling credit rating, a debt relief consultant’s picture-perfect solution could bring a glimmer of hope. But experts say if their promises seem too good to be true, they probably are. “Anyone who makes a promise that they can eliminate your debt or boost your credit score […]

HAMILTON — The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced a major restructuring plan Tuesday, with president of football operations Orlondo Steinauer relinquishing his head coaching duties and Ed Hervey being promoted to general manager. Steinauer had been the Ticats head coach since 2019, with the team adding front-office duties to his role in December 2021. He will retain […]

TORONTO — Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservative government has passed a motion to bypass debate and public hearings for a bill to redevelop Ontario Place. The legislation allows the province to take control of two Toronto highways, exempts Ontario Place land from a full environmental assessment and gives the infrastructure minister the power to issue minister […]

SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. — A northern Ontario police officer is facing sexual assault charges after an investigation into alleged incidents that took place last year.  Ontario’s police watchdog says an investigation found sufficient evidence to charge a Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., police officer with two counts of sexual assault in relation to two women. […]

TORONTO — Santa is hearing Christmas wishes from children at malls adorned in holiday regalia, stores are teeming with eggnog and gingerbread treats and a barrage of marketing campaigns are promising the perfect gift is just one credit card swipe away. But among the usual trappings that come with the holidays are new factors that […]

TORONTO — Canada’s main stock index was flat in late-morning trading as losses in the base metal stocks were offset by gains in the technology and telecommunication sectors and U.S. stock markets were mixed. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 1.56 points at 20,411.77. In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was down 140.92 […]

A coroner’s inquest into the death of a mentally ill man at an Ontario jail is watching a video of an inmate who says he witnessed the man’s violent struggle with correctional officers.  The inquest into the death of Soleiman Faqiri is watching a video recording of John Thibeault’s interview with police on Aug. 14, […]

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