OTTAWA -- The federal privacy watchdog and three of his provincial counterparts will jointly investigate Canadian use of facial-recognition technology supplied by U.S.
This weekend might bring some spring-like weather, but don't expect to see May flowers pop up earlier than usual—winter is far from over. 
Three years ago, worried first-time homebuyers wondered—for good reason—if they would ever be able to own a home (even a very small one) in the city they grew up in. 
Good news for those who frequent GO Transit services on the weekends.
Despite the fact spring is still a month away, temperatures are going to be unseasonably warm this weekend in Mississauga.
The province is working toward implementing a new treatment centre for treating mental illness. 
Sheridan College will be well-represented at this year’s Canadian Screen Awards.In 2020, 50 Sheridan graduates have been nominated for awards across 12 categories.
TekSavvy Solutions Inc. is accusing Bell Canada and Rogers Communications Canada Inc. of anti-competitive activities related to internet service providers.
TORONTO -- All three people in Ontario confirmed to have had the novel coronavirus are now cleared of the illness.
TORONTO -- A six-month suspension handed to a high school teacher who told a student he didn't want any Afghans in his class was disappointing, a Muslim organization says.