News Taking Ontario election may be a matter of winning over the millennials 2018-05-26T16:45:09.000000000-04:00 In the final weeks before the provincial election, Ontario's political parties need to engage the group of voters who are now the biggest demographic — millennials. CP Rail union formally serves strike notice 2018-05-26T16:08:39.000000000-04:00 Union members representing Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd's conductors, locomotive engineers and communications employees have served a notice to strike as early as May 29, according to a union statement released on Saturday. Motive still a mystery as police seek Ontario restaurant bombers 2018-05-26T13:46:15.000000000-04:00 The search for 2 male suspects wanted in connection with an explosion at a Mississauga, Ont., Indian restaurant continues. 'Too radical, too risky': Liberals echo PC messaging in latest volley at NDP 2018-05-26T13:01:50.000000000-04:00 On Saturday morning, the Liberals co-opted language used by the PCs to go on the offensive against the New Democrats. 'Loved to death': Too many whale-watching boats chasing too few orcas, B.C. island residents say 2018-05-26T10:00:00.000000000-04:00 Some residents of the southern Gulf Islands are worried too many whale-watching boats are chasing too few killer whales — stressing the already at-risk species. North and South Korea leaders hold surprise meeting as Trump revives summit hopes 2018-05-26T09:20:27.000000000-04:00 North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in have met for the second time in a month in an effort to salvage Kim's possible meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump. Why does Canada use more human plasma than almost any other country? 2018-05-26T09:00:00.000000000-04:00 Canada is using a lot of human plasma, more than almost every other country in the world, and a federal panel can’t explain exactly why. DND doubles financial compensation for military who lose money on moving 2018-05-26T07:00:00.000000000-04:00 About 12,000 members of the Canadian Armed Forces are ordered to move each year. The federal Home Equity Assistance program now offers up to $30,000 to cover losses when their house fetches less than they’ve put into it. Previously, the Treasury Board capped it at $15,000. Ontario woman hit with 20-year-old bylaw ticket for dog that wasn't hers 2018-05-26T07:00:00.000000000-04:00 A Toronto woman was left scratching her head after receiving a $243.25 collection notice for an off-leash dog bylaw infraction dating back 20 years. The dog wasn't even hers and its owner has long since died. The story behind one woman's 'rampage of social media terrorism' that targeted her exes 2018-05-26T07:00:00.000000000-04:00 An agreed statement of facts at Alexa Emerson's sentencing laid out the means and methods behind her campaign of terror that targeted her ex-boyfriends, their families, friends and employers.