A Mississauga man, along with other suspects, has been arrested following an eight-month investigation into a series of agg

A collision involving an allegedly impaired driver shut down part of Dundas in Mississauga.

Peel police recently announced that a collision occurred in the Dundas and King Forest Drive area. 

Westbound Dundas is blocked from Mississauga Road to King Forest as a result. 

Police are searching for a suspect who fired off shots this afternoon in Mississauga.

The incident occurred in the area of Ambler Drive and Kamato Road, west of Dixie Road at Matheson Boulevard East. There was a report of shots being fired, but thankfully no injuries have been reported.

Police are searching for three suspects involved in a theft this afternoon in Mississauga.

Around 5:17 p.m., the suspects stole the purse of a 70 year old woman in the area of Wainbrook Road and Dunrankin Drive.

In addition to losing her purse, the victim lost various items inside of it including her cell phone.

A man has been arrested in connection with several commercial break and enters and auto thefts in Mississauga.

Between December 2016 and March 2017, Peel police launched an investigation into a series of commercial break and enters and vehicle thefts/thefts from vehicles.

If you have children taking the school bus every day, or if you’ve accompanied your child on a recent class field trip, you know that most school buses don't come with seatbelts. Some may come with seatbelts in the first few seats but other than that, school buses traditionally do not have seatbelts on every one of their seats.

Although most foods and products are safe, some edibles and items slip through the cracks and when they do, it’s good to be aware so you can fix or avoid them.

Here’s a list of products with recall notices.

PureCare Herbal Cream

People who frequently look for natural skin creams for their babies, children or themselves should be aware that a "natural" substance has been identifed as potentially harmful by Health Canada.

If you've been anxiously waiting for the Trudeau Liberals to make good on their promise to legalize pot in Canada, you might be happy to hear that the government is expected to introduce the relevant legislation soon.

According to a recent CBC article, the Liberals should announce legislation to legalize the substance next month.

No, prices aren't cooling off.

At least as far as TD Economics is concerned.

According to the recent report, there's no relief in sight for prospective GTA buyers who were hoping to see the red-hot housing market cool off in 2017.