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Man, 23, dead as Toronto police investigate targeted shooting at condo complex

Man, 23, dead as Toronto police investigate targeted shooting at condo complex

TORONTO — Toronto police say a 23-year-old man is dead after an overnight shooting. Police say they were called to a condo complex in the North York area just before 3 a.m. Thursday for reports of a shooting.
Architecture firm behind Ontario Science Centre says closure was 'a political move'

Architecture firm behind Ontario Science Centre says closure was 'a political move'

TORONTO — The firm of the late architect who designed the Ontario Science Centre says the province's decision to immediately close its doors over a problem with the roof was "absurd" and motivated by politics rather than safety concerns.
Was a Toronto byelection a wake-up call on Trudeau's approach to antisemitism?

Was a Toronto byelection a wake-up call on Trudeau's approach to antisemitism?

OTTAWA — An organizer who encouraged Jewish residents to vote against the Liberals in this week's Toronto byelection suggests a rise in antisemitism motivated many to show up at the polls.
Province seeks much smaller home for temporary Ontario Science Centre

Province seeks much smaller home for temporary Ontario Science Centre

TORONTO — Ontario is searching for a temporary home for the Ontario Science Centre at a fraction of the size of the building the province abruptly closed last week due to structural concerns.
In the news today: Was the Toronto byelection swayed by views on antisemitism?

In the news today: Was the Toronto byelection swayed by views on antisemitism?

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed...
Puppy mills now illegal in Ontario, but advocates say little will change for dogs

Puppy mills now illegal in Ontario, but advocates say little will change for dogs

TORONTO — Puppy mills are now illegal in Ontario after the province recently passed legislation banning them, but critics say the new law will do little to curb the problem.
Closing science centre unnecessary, says firm of architect who designed building

Closing science centre unnecessary, says firm of architect who designed building

TORONTO — Closing the Ontario Science Centre building is not necessary, the firm of the architect who designed it said Tuesday, offering its services free of charge to the provincial government for roof repairs in a bid to keep it open.
Conservatives take Liberal stronghold in last-minute Toronto byelection victory

Conservatives take Liberal stronghold in last-minute Toronto byelection victory

Hours after Canadians went to bed disappointed by a Stanley Cup loss Monday night, the Conservatives scored a stunning byelection upset to win in the longtime Liberal stronghold of Toronto-St. Paul's.
Ontario carjacking taskforce says stolen vehicles recovered, multiple arrests made

Ontario carjacking taskforce says stolen vehicles recovered, multiple arrests made

TORONTO — A criminal network has been dismantled and eight people are facing dozens of auto theft, robbery and firearms charges, Ontario Provincial Police said Tuesday, as they announced the results of an investigation born out of a provincial carjac
Conservative takes lead from Liberals in Toronto byelection as slow results near end

Conservative takes lead from Liberals in Toronto byelection as slow results near end

TORONTO — An urban Toronto riding that has been a Liberal-safe seat for three decades appears to be on the verge of falling to the Tories in an upset win for Pierre Poilievre and his Conservatives.