Nov 20, 2013 — A recent revision in the British Columbia city's building code, designed to improve accessibility, shows the door to the venerable knob, replacing it with the hipper and easier-to-use lever.
Nov 15, 2013 — Hoping to take action against Mayor Rob Ford, who has admitted to smoking crack and has been the focus of a series of other embarrassing revelations, lawmakers are moving to isolate him.
Nov 14, 2013 — Police in Toronto announced the arrest of 348 people and the rescue of 386 children in the culmination of a years-long, worldwide investigation.
Nov 14, 2013 — The Canadian province has proposed a "secularism charter" that would ban government workers from wearing religious symbols. Supporters say it would preserve gender equality and the separation of church and state. Critics say the measure curbs religious freedom. The issue has echoes of a debate that's played out in France twice in the past decade.
Nov 13, 2013 — Rob Ford spent Wednesday defending himself to his City Council. While admitting that he's purchased illegal drugs, which came after earlier admissions about smoking crack and getting drunk, the mayor also said he doesn't need treatment and doesn't need to take a leave of absence.
Nov 8, 2013 — Rob Ford has admitted to smoking crack and to being drunk when he went on a profanity-laced rant. His brother said Friday that the mayor needs to take a break, and Ford's lawyer said his client may seek treatment for substance abuse.
Nov 7, 2013 — Mayor Rob Ford has now admitted that he smoked crack in a drunken stupor and that he was drunk when he was videotaped threatening to kill someone. He's still saying he won't resign.
Nov 1, 2013 — Mayor Rob Ford has been dogged by reports that he's seen smoking crack cocaine on a video that's now in the hands of police. On Friday, his lawyer challenged authorities to release the video and suggested it was something else — perhaps marijuana or tobacco — his client might have been smoking.
Oct 31, 2013 — Mayor Rob Ford says he hasn't smoked crack. A video that allegedly shows him doing just that was reported about, but not seen publicly, last spring. Now, police say they have that video. Images on it are "consistent" with earlier media reports, Toronto's police chief says.
Sep 30, 2013 — The country wants to replace home and small-scale production with quality-controlled marijuana produced by large growers. Officials are tapping in to what they say will be a $1.3 billion medical marijuana market serving as many as 450,000 Canadians.