The union representing workers at the General Motors plant in Oshawa reacted with anger Tuesday after the company announced it will switch Camaro production to Michigan.
Ian Robertson, Special to the Toronto Sun
To the casual visitor, what appear to be tiny doll-size dwellings built into the sides of lush rolling hills on the Alexander farm look like something out of a fairytale.
Elementary teachers protesting provincial wage freezes will start disrupting classes Monday and target York Region's schools on Thursday.
Canadians increasingly used to making more and more “plastic” purchases using debit and credit cards can add another piece of new technology Wednesday — the first Bank of Canada polymer $20 bills.
The last Northlander train from Toronto to North Bay and Cochrane trundled out of Union Station on Friday, leaving fans feeling they’ve been shunted to a siding.
Generations of music-lovers who once frequented Toronto’s iconic Sam the Record Man store regard the owner’s retirement 12 years ago as the day the music died.
Residents in a sprawling neighbourhood were horrified Sunday after police revealed a man killed the young son he often played with before committing suicide.
She is only 14, but a day after swimming across Lake Ontario, Annaleise Carr feels more like 51.
Battling high overnight waves and exhaustion, 14-year-old Annaleise Carr on Sunday evening became the youngest person ever to swim across Lake Ontario.
Would-be Lake Ontario swimmer Colleen Shields has been beached by the weather - again.
Here’s the skinny on stripping and dipping in one sprawling Ontario cottage country region.
Despite the passage of more than 2,000 years, wars and political upheavals, memories of China's greatest sage are alive and well in this town of 650,000.