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The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is still trying to get in contact with loved ones who may be missing one of their family member's ashes after some cremated remains were brought into their offices about five years ago.

In a news release issued on Thursday, August 18, officers with the Peterborough County detachment said they were given the cremated remains on June 25, 2017.

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A popular wine bar and store in Toronto's west end will soon be closing its doors.

Grape Crush on Dundas West is shutting down on August 27 at 8 p.m., but customers can shop the store's wine inventory online and in person at a ten percent discount.

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Anyone who's ever travelled on Highway 401 knows that dangerous driving is a very real issue in Ontario, and officials say it's only getting worse.

On Thursday, Sergeant Kerry Schmidt of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) warned drivers that officers have seen an increase in "every single driving characteristic" that cause death or injury in 2022.

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Hamilton Police have charged four people with forcible confinement and are still looking for one suspect in connection to the incident after a man was tied up to a chair in an east-end home's basement.

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Amazon Prime's popular show, The Boysspin-off show Gen V, is filming in Toronto and has transformed the University of Toronto campus into a university for superheroes.

Gen V will follow the next generation of "supes" in The Boys universe as they attend post-secondary and compete for the best contracts in the city, according to IMDb and cast descriptions of the show.

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The Ontario government just announced its new plans on how it will work to ease some of the strains on the province's health care system.

On Thursday, August 18, Health minister Sylvia Jones, alongside Minister of Long-Term Care Paul Calandra, detailed the second phase of the Plan to Stay Open.

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There were four dogs left inside sweltering hot cars in Wasaga Beach over the course of the last few days.

In a news release issued on August 16, Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)'s Huronia West Detachment shared that they received concerned calls from citizens who had seen some animals left behind in cars from August 12 to August 15.

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An accidental shooting has left two teenagers with gunshot wounds in Ajax this week.

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A container fell off a vehicle and hit a motorcyclist on Highway 401 on Tuesday afternoon, which left the motorcycle rider seriously injured.

In a video shared on the OPP Highway Safety Division's Twitter on August 16, OPP Sergeant Kerry Schmidt said a four-foot-by-four-foot sized tote container came off a vehicle as it was "possibly insecured."

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The former leader of the Ontario Liberal Party just announced he is throwing his name in the hat to become the next mayor of Vaughan.

In a video posted to Twitter Tuesday morning, Del Duca shared one of his campaign promises in running for mayor of the GTA city: fighting gridlock.

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Drivers who can hold off until hump day to refill their tanks will be better off this week, thanks to an incoming drop in Ontario gas prices.

Gas Wizard predicts that most of the province will see a decrease of 2 to 3 cents by Wednesday, bringing totals down to 163.9 cents per litre for spots like Toronto, Windsor, Ottawa and Kingston.

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An off-duty York Regional Police (YRP) officer was allegedly caught drunk driving this past weekend and has been suspended with pay.

A citizen reported an impaired driver headed "northbound on Yonge Street from the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury" on August 13, shortly after 9 p.m., to the South Simcoe Police Service, according to a press release.

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