Cyberbullying law needed: professor
HALIFAX - Canada needs cyberbullying laws that curb unwanted sharing of sexual pictures without always requiring police investigations, a law professor said Tuesday.
IS says it's behind attack that killed 44 in northern Syria
DAMASCUS, Syria - A twin bombing struck a crowd in a predominantly Kurdish town in northern Syria on Wednesday, killing 44 people and wounding dozens more, Syria's state-run news agency and Kurdish media reported. The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack.
Torstar's Q2 loss balloons to $23.9 million
TORONTO - Torstar Corp. says expenses related to its Verticalscope acquisition last year and the closure of its Vaughan printing plant this month combined to drive up its second-quarter loss to $23.9 million — including discontinued operations.
Gen Xers, rates, retirement fuelling cottage sales
(Special) - Canadians - and to a lesser degree Americans -- have had a love affair with cottages and recreational properties across the country for years. That relationship still is alive and well today but the demographic forces driving may be changing.