One person has been arrested amid a protest in Toronto over an appearance, at a debate, by one of the masterminds of U.S. President Donald Trump’s election.  Police confirmed one arrest before 6 p.m. ET, but a spokesperson could not offer details. A CBC photographer captured one person, seated and facing a wallRead More →

Ontario’s animal welfare agency plans to pull back from investigating cruelty cases involving livestock and horses as part of a restructure that insiders say may eventually see all its resources go toward shelters and rescue programs. The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, whose officers have policeRead More →

A Toronto police detective says the recent arrest, in Connecticut, of a Canadian man accused of abducting his toddler son Jermaine Mann 31 years ago, is a flicker of hope for parents of abducted children. U.S. federal agents said they found Allan Mann Jr. in Vernon, a Connecticut suburb, afterRead More →

Twelve-thousand bottles strung together, surrounding a canoe, now hangs above all those that walk through Ripley’s aquarium in downtown Toronto. “I hope that they see the canoe being overwhelmed by the plastic, and recognize the sheer volume of the challenge. And that every bottle we buy contributes to that challenge,” says RebeccaRead More →