In a bustling kitchen at a Toronto-area community health centre, Hayfa Mousa pauses as she reflects on the last seven years of her life. Her eyes fill as she recalls the stress and isolation she felt before finally finding community and calm. Originally from Iraq, the 56-year-old cares for an adult daughter who underwentRead More →

The federal government failed on Friday to persuade an Appeal Court that a schizophrenic man who attacked a Canadian Forces recruiting centre was a one-person terrorist group. In upholding the acquittal of Ayanle Hassan Ali, Ontario’s top court rejected the idea that someone committing a terrorist act could legally beRead More →

A panel tasked with improving Ontario’s autism services has recommended sweeping changes to the controversial program introduced by the Progressive Conservative government earlier this year. The panel says its proposed changes would remove barriers to access, provide families with more support and widen the suite of treatment options for childrenRead More →

News that Collingwood, Ont., Mayor Sandra Cooper’s brother may have received a secret cut of a $12.4-million construction contract is prompting calls for the mayor’s resignation. Dozens turned out to protest outside of the town’s city hall on Monday, saying they were outraged at the allegations detailed in court documents filedRead More →