You have to live in the home you're listing on Airbnb, new Toronto rules propose Torontonians will only be able to run short-term rental units from the property they live in, if city hall approves new recommendations released Monday.
Minimum wage raise announcement coming Tuesday, Ontario premier says The Ontario government is set to announce a raise to the minimum wage on Tuesday, as it details major changes to the province's labour laws.
Peterborough, Ont., teen receives Diana Award from Princes Harry and William Faith Dickinson has spent much of her young life spreading literal warmth, ever since she first made a blanket for her aunt to ward off the chills that accompanied treatment for Stage 4...
Wynne to announce plans for high-speed rail from Toronto to Windsor The Ontario government will announce Friday it's moving ahead with planning a high-speed rail line from Toronto to Windsor, CBC News has learned.
Flooding prompts Prince Edward County to declare a state of emergency Prince Edward county's local council has declared a state of emergency following days of flooding as Lake Ontario continues to rise.
'In the face of insurmountable challenges': Woman completes PhD despite terminal cancer diagnosis Research supervisor calls Precilla Veigas a "regular person performing extraordinary actions in the face of insurmountable challenges" during a special convocation ceremony at the University of Toronto on Tuesday.
'We erred,' says Toronto mas band after First Nations chief calls costumes 'disrespectful' A Toronto-based masquerade band is apologizing after its costumes for the Toronto Caribbean Carnival portraying Indigenous people to "celebrate their true contribution to Canada" instead prompted accusations of cultural appropriation. But...
2 detained in death of Ontario woman and American boyfriend in Belize: police Two people have been detained in the death of an Ontario mother of two and her boyfriend after their bodies were found Monday evening in a sugar cane field, police say.
Volkswagen ordered to pay .1B in class-action suit over emissions scandal Members of a Canadian class-action lawsuit against Volkswagen can submit claims for reimbursement starting on Friday after an Ontario court approved a $2.1-billion settlement plan.
Younger than 25? You'll soon have free prescription drug coverage in Ontario All Ontario children and adults younger than 25 will have their full prescription drug costs covered by a new provincial pharmacare program, regardless of family income or whether they already have private...