News Invictus Games set to kick off in Toronto this weekend 2017-09-21T12:59:38.000000000-04:00 Competitors have started making their way to Toronto ahead of the Invictus Games that will officially kick off this weekend. TTC suing Manulife for alleged negligence related to benefits fraud scheme 2017-09-21T12:56:02.000000000-04:00 The Toronto Transit Commission is suing Manulife Financial for alleged negligence in connection with a benefits fraud scheme that first came to light three years ago. Nearly 170 Canadians seeking help to flee Hurricane Maria devastation 2017-09-21T12:39:59.000000000-04:00 Nearly 170 Canadians are stranded in Hurricane Maria-ravaged regions and seeking help from the federal government, according to the latest numbers from Ottawa. Canada's best-documented UFO sighting still intrigues, 50 years on 2017-09-21T12:20:51.000000000-04:00 The first frantic callers to reach the RCMP were clear: something had crashed in the waters off Shag Harbour, N.S. Freeland, EU minister celebrate landmark trade deal 2017-09-21T11:38:00.000000000-04:00 Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland hugged and thanked her European counterpart today as Canada and the European Union marked the entry into force today of a trade agreement that took a decade to complete Toronto-area family on the hook for $37K commission after failed home purchase 2017-09-21T11:23:00.000000000-04:00 A Toronto-area family who decided to walk away from a new house they agreed to purchase says they are shocked to learn they still have to pay real estate commissions, even though the deal never went through. PM Trudeau speaks at the UN General Assembly 2017-09-21T11:20:00.000000000-04:00 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is speaking at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City. Federal pay system privacy breaches included salary information: watchdog 2017-09-21T11:08:00.000000000-04:00 The federal privacy watchdog says inadequate testing, coding errors and poor monitoring of the beleaguered Phoenix federal pay system resulted in exposure of the personal information of public servants. 'I'm sweating all the time': Landlords turn on heat at some Toronto buildings 2017-09-21T10:37:31.000000000-04:00 While many Torontonians are embracing the unseasonably warm September weather, others are just trying to find relief from the sweltering heat that’s been turned on in their apartment buildings. Tory senator loses committee jobs, keeps caucus spot after controversial letter 2017-09-21T10:20:00.000000000-04:00 Controversial Conservative Sen. Lynn Beyak has been removed from all Senate committees following remarks about First Nations which have been widely condemned.