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For The Globe and Mail Interactive map Video Video Video We are surprised that they've actually picked up, says Mr. Guatieri...The average selling price in the Greater Toronto Area in the first two weeks of May hit $543,838, according to the Toronto
Query Morning Business Briefing No pot of gold' option for funding massive Toronto area transit plan Michael Babad The Globe and Mail Last updated Tuesday, May. AM EDT Tallying the transit costs Trying to peg the impact of funding the massive transit
Security experts say a thwarted plot to derail a passenger train between Toronto and New York is proof of the lingering influence of al-Qaeda in Canada. "I would say its influence now is as great or greater than it's ever been, though more in an
Two foreign nationals arrested on suspicion of what police say was an Al-Qaeda-backed plot to derail a Canadian passenger train rejected the charges as they made their first court appearances Tuesday. Chiheb Esseghaier, 30, and Raed Jaser, 35, were
EDT, Tue April 23, 2013 (CNN) -- Two men accused of planning to carry out an al Qaeda-supported attack against a passenger train traveling between Canada and the United States will make their first court appearance on Tuesday, police said.
REPORT BY: SHAHZAD DATE: APRIL-23-2013 Canadian authorities claim the suspects - 30-year-old Chiheb Esseghaier and 35-year-old Raed Jaser, - had "
Iran denies link to Canada train 'al-Qaeda plot' The suspects allegedly planned to derail a train in the greater Toronto area Iran has denied any links to two men arrested in Canada on suspicion of planning a terrorist attack on a train. Canadian
Qaeda operatives from Iran provide a potentially chilling wrinkle to Canadian and Western counter-terrorism efforts. Whether Canada was the primary target, or a way to get at Americans was not clear al-Qaeda's broad anti-Western agenda, which has
Story An undated general view of the In Amenas gas facility about 100 km from the Algerian and Libyan border, is seen in this picture provided by Norwegian oil company Statoil Jan. 16, 2013...One police source said the number of arrests will be
Toronto Police are warning the public about illegal and potentially lethal butt injections. Some women have been hospitalized after receiving the injections, using a substance advertised as a synthetic filler meant to enhance the appearance of their