Citizen Lab has found spyware being used to secretly infect mobile phones or computers of political dissidents, human rights activists, journalists and pro-democracy organizations. TORONTO STAR


The 9,000-square-foot, two-storey space — called Rogers 302 because of its address — will open on Thursday. TORONTO STAR

A chance meeting at conference led to a new ad about how Wayne Gretzky met Tim Horton himself. TORONTO STAR

How the ongoing insolvency case of the late J. Trevor Eyton, former head of Brascan and business icon, opens a window to a $4-billion problem. TORONTO STAR

An exclusive database obtained by the Star reveals in new detail how Toronto police ticketing has fallen far faster than in the rest of the GTA. TORONTO...

At committee, a motion to have the mayor declare homelessness an emergency in Toronto failed in favour of supporting a motion to recognize the situation as a “critical...

Display puts a controversial twist on the traditional nativity scene by making a political statement over U.S. President Donald Trump’s treatment of migrants and refugees. TORONTO STAR

The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation is holding a second, daylong strike, though only in some areas of province. TORONTO STAR

For Canada, it removes uncertainty about what Trump might do in its absence and what a Democratic successor theoretically might do instead. TORONTO STAR

Federal privacy commissioner warns that if Canada’s privacy rules not up to European standards, Canadian trade and businesses could suffer. TORONTO STAR

Sporadic, heavy gunfire rang out Tuesday over the course of at least an hour in a Jersey City neighbourhood. TORONTO STAR

The Bélangers stick out even in Quebec, a hotbed of repeat bankruptcy. ‘I was just unlucky,” says Jacques Bélanger, who declared his third bankruptcy in 2014 with $2.4...

The three countries have agreed to changes demanded by American Democrats to the new North American Free Trade pact that now open the door to its ratification by...

Democratic leaders say Trump put U.S. elections and national security at risk when he asked Ukraine to investigate his rivals, including Democrat Joe Biden. TORONTO STAR

A Toronto Star/La Presse investigation into the alarming rate of repeat bankruptcies has found many debtors reusing Canada’s insolvency system have accumulated significant amounts of credit debt.

Ryerson University students describe what they see on the screen to give those who are visually impaired a much fuller movie experience. TORONTO STAR

Such trials are usually carried out behind closed doors and convictions are virtually assured. TORONTO STAR

General manager Ross Atkins may yet find the starting pitching he seeks, but as free-agent names come off the board it’s looking less realistic with each passing day,...

“I wore my special red tie just for you,” Premier Doug Ford quipped to his Liberal predecessor during an unveiling ceremony Monday at Queen’s Park. TORONTO STAR

The Alberta premier warned separatist sentiment is real in the West, but cast himself as a federalist champion and “proud patriot of Canada.” TORONTO STAR