Pit bull ban has kept some dog owners barking mad

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto & GTA Ontario News Debate over the issue flared up this week after fallout from a dog biting a teenager’s face Author of the article: Scott Laurie Publishing date: Nov 13, 2021  •  1 hour ago  •  2 minute read  •  9 Comments Candida Beauchamp and her 2 Staffordshire Bull Terriers Ari […]

Toronto Auxiliary Police kick off annual Christmas toy drive in Scarborough

Article content Scarborough’s special auxiliary police elves have been delivering Christmas presents for 27 years now. Article content Carrie Malin, one of those special elves, was on hand at 42 Division substation on Milner Ave. — near Markham Rd. and Hwy. 401 — on Saturday surrounded by presents and there was even an appearance by […]

GRISLY FIND: Man found dead behind Brampton mall

Article content Peel Regional Police officers responded to a 911 call early Saturday and discovered the lifeless body of a man behind a Brampton mall. Article content Forensic officers spent the day walking between, and around, two large garbage dumpsters in a loading dock area off of Quarry Edge Dr. — near Bovaird St. East […]

New Tech Investment Index shows retail needs to adopt IT for survival

Breadcrumb Trail Links Canada Among the significant statistics, the index found 63% of Canadian business leaders said their company shifted to remote work versus 72% in the retail industry. Author of the article: Jane Stevenson 63% of Canadian business leaders said their company shifted to remote work versus 72% in the retail industry. Photo by […]

CRIME HUNTER: Double murder on the Fourth of July

Breadcrumb Trail Links World Crime Canada Author of the article: Brad Hunter Sally Ann McNelly, 18, and her boyfriend Shane Paul Stewart, 17, were murdered in San Angelo, Texas. Photo by HANDOUTS /TEXAS RANGERS Article content Sally Ann McNelly would never attend her high school prom. Advertisement Story continues below This advertisement has not loaded […]

Ford reopening ‘pause’ doesn’t make any sense, Filmores owner says

Breadcrumb Trail Links Ontario Author of the article: Antonella Artuso Publishing date: Nov 13, 2021  •  8 hours ago  •  3 minute read  •  59 Comments Howard Adams, president of Filmores Hotel, a well-known adult entertainment club on Dundas Street East, said the decision means he’ll have to stay at 40% capacity while large sports arenas […]

GOLDSTEIN: COP26 should be last UN gabfest on climate change

Breadcrumb Trail Links World Columnists Author of the article: Lorrie Goldstein Delegates pass a sign for the UN Climate Change Comference UK 2021, during the COP26 summit in Glasgow, Scotland, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021. Photo by PAUL ELLIS /AFP via Getty Images Article content It’s time to put the United Nations’ annual global gabfest on […]

HUNTER: Millennial Clyde will battle extradition to bitter end

Article content Fall and winter in Eastern Europe can be exquisitely dreary, punctuated by day after day of rain and drizzle under an umbrella of grey. Article content On Saturday, it was cloudy in Budapest with temperatures just touching a chilly 4C. Probably not exactly what accused Millennial Bonnie and Clyde killer Oliver Karafa had […]

GOOP 2021 Gift Guide: From a Chanel sled to luxury garden hose, it’s … a lot

Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this page. Article content Do you ever get the feeling Gwyneth Paltrow is — as the British say — “having us on?” Article content Her 2021 Goop Gift Guide recently brought her to […]

New hunt for forgotten victims of serial killer Dean ‘Candy Man’ Corll

Article content Dean “Candy Man” Corll was one of the most terrifying serial killers in American history. Article content But now, decades after his death, investigators are looking for more bodies. Crews from Texas Equusearch believe there could be as many as 20 more victims of the monster who terrorized Houston in the early 1970s. […]