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Woman in life-threatening condition after being struck by pickup truck | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
A female pedestrian has suffered life-threatening injuries after being struck by a pickup truck north of Bathurst and Eglinton Friday morning.
Jennifer Keesmaat talks plans for Toronto's future on Metro Morning | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
With only days before the city heads to the polls, Jennifer Keesmaat will be on Metro Morning Friday to make her case why she should be elected as mayor.
How to watch Monday's municipal election and where to get results | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
CBC Toronto is running full coverage — on radio, television, the website and social media platforms — as voters in the city and 905 municipalities go to the polls next Monday.
GM Canada breaks ground for new Leslieville mobility campus | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
General Motors Canada is pushing ahead with plans to transform a former industrial stretch in Leslieville, north of the Port Lands, into a 7-acre car dealership complex and "innovation" centre.
'Cannabis isn't as easy to grow as people think', and then there's the paperwork | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
Snags in the supply chains of legal retail pot stores across Canada are no big surprise for a fledgling industry trying to meet huge demand, experts say.
Police warn commuters after series of bus shelter sexual assaults in Peel | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
Police are warning the public following "a series of sexual assaults" at bus shelters in Peel.
Mississauga principal charged after $30K allegedly disappears from school's coffers | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
A principal has been charged after tens of thousands of dollars allegedly went missing from an elementary school's coffers, according to Peel police.
Toronto police create 1st-ever missing persons unit in wake of McArthur investigation | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
Toronto police have created the service’s first-ever dedicated missing persons unit in the wake of the Bruce McArthur investigation and public scrutiny around how the cases of his alleged victims were handled.
Driver charged in Markham crash with transport truck that spilled diesel | CTV News
CTV News | October 19, 2018
The eastbound lanes of Highway 7 have reopened between Leslie Street and Highway 404 in Markham after a collision involving a transport truck.
New poll gives Tory big lead with days to go until election | CTV News
CTV News | October 19, 2018
John Tory has a 35-point lead over his closest challenger with just three days to go until election day, a new poll has found.
Canadian brewers welcome tariff exemption on imports of U.S. aluminum cans | CTV News
CTV News | October 19, 2018
Canada's beer producers have welcomed the federal government's decision to exempt from tariffs most beer cans imported from the United States.
Ward by ward: A look at candidates running in a new 25-ward system | CTV News
CTV News | October 19, 2018
It’s been a rocky ride to get to this point in Toronto’s municipal election. We broke down the candidates vying for a seat in the new 25 ward council:
Bail hearing today for B.C. man accused of skinny-dip in Toronto shark tank | CTV News
CTV News | October 19, 2018
The British Columbia man accused of skinny-dipping in a shark tank at Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto is due back in court on Friday morning.
Diesel spilled on Hwy. 7 after collision involving transport truck | CTV News
CTV News | October 19, 2018
The eastbound lanes of Highway 7 have been closed between Leslie Street and Highway 404 in Markham after a collision involving a transport truck.
Man convicted of shooting Gabriel Nikov, 18, to death handed 16-year prison sentence | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
The man convicted of manslaughter for the shooting death of 18-year-old Gabriel Nikov on a bustling downtown Toronto corner was sentenced to 16 years in prison on Friday.
Oshawa woman accused of defrauding Filipino community of over $200,000 | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
An Oshawa, Ont., woman is facing charges after allegedly defrauding the local Filipino community of more than $200,000.
Helpline for Indigenous women expands service throughout Ontario | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
Talk4Healing, which began six years ago providing crisis helpline services for Indigenous women in Northern Ontario, expands its services to the rest of the province on Friday.
What it's like to get same-day shipping for your legal weed from OCS | CBC
CBC | October 19, 2018
Ontario Cannabis Store charges $5 flat rate for shipping and for one man who placed his order minutes after weed became legal, he got his order the very next day.
John Tory makes his re-election pitch on Metro Morning | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
John Tory is on Metro Morning Thursday making his case for re-election for mayor with just days left until Torontonians go to the polls.
Leafs goalie Andersen back in net for showdown with Crosby's Penguins | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
Goaltender Frederik Andersen will start for Toronto when the Maple Leafs host Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins Thursday night.
Investigators excavate area in Clarington after tip in 55-year-old cold case | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
New information in a 55-year-old cold case caused Durham investigators to excavate a large portion of land near Highway 57 and Concession Road 8 in Clarington Thursday, about 80 kilometres northeast of Toronto.
Doug Ford campaign adviser appointed to Washington trade post | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
A campaign adviser to Premier Doug Ford has been appointed as Ontario's trade representative to the United States.
Patrick Brown spent nearly $300K on his MPP office in 2 months, documents reveal | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
Former PC leader Patrick Brown blew through more than $290,000 in office expenses in the final weeks before the June provincial election, according to a document obtained by CBC News.
Alleged Ripley's aquarium skinny-dipper expected in Toronto court Thursday | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
Police say David Weaver, 37, allegedly stripped naked and jumped into a tank at the downtown Toronto aquarium late Friday.
Leafs' offence fizzles as Crosby's Penguins show defence is a winning strategy | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
Matt Murray made 38 saves for his first shutout of the season as the Pittsburgh Penguins snapped Toronto's five-game winning streak with a stifling 3-0 victory over the high-flying Maple Leafs on Thursday night.
Police officer who got drunk while guarding dead person's home pleads guilty to misconduct | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
A police officer who became intoxicated while he was guarding a body in a northwest Toronto apartment earlier this year pleaded guilty to one charge of misconduct on Thursday.
Majority of first-time buyers maxed out budgets to buy a home: CMHC | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
A majority of first-time homebuyers say they maxed out their budgets when they bought their homes, according to a survey released today by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Male pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle in Milton | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
A male pedestrian has died after being struck by a vehicle in Milton on Thursday morning.
'I think Elton John is sitting across from me': Music icon hails 'best burger' after lunch at the Senator | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
It’s not every day that Elton John comes to town to perform, but it’s even less common for the music icon to enjoy a burger at one of the city’s oldest and most iconic restaurants.
Halton elementary teacher and hockey coach accused of child luring: police | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
The teacher from Joshua Creek Public School in Oakville was previously a hockey coach with the Burlington City Rep Hockey Club (2005-2006), Burlington Girls Hockey Club (2010-2015) and, most recently, the Flamborough Girls Hockey Club (2016-2017).
Cam Levins eager for marathon debut in Toronto after long road back from surgery | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
Cam Levins, who considered ending his competitive running career after July 2016 surgery on his left ankle, will make his marathon debut Sunday in Toronto (CBCSports.ca, 8:45 a.m. ET).
Tory, Keesmaat support road safety measures, survey shows - but many suburban incumbents don't answer | CBC
CBC | October 18, 2018
Nearly 90 mayoral and council candidates responded to the #BuildTheVisionTO survey, but the response rate dropped significantly among suburban incumbent councillors.
Worker dead after falling at Oakville construction site | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
A worker has died after falling from a lift on a construction site in Oakville, according to Ontario’s Ministry of Labour.
Cyclist struck and killed by GO Train on Stouffville Line | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
GO Train service on the Stouffville Line has been suspended while police investigate a fatal crash involving a pedestrian.
Burlington teacher, hockey coach charged with child porn offences: police | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
A 52-year-old elementary school teacher and hockey coach from Burlington, Ont., is facing a number of charges related to child pornography.
No new evidence found at Bowmanville property possibly linked to 1963 cold case | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Investigators have said that an “extensive excavation” of an area off Highway 57 has resulted in no new evidence in the unsolved, decades-old disappearance of a Bowmanville girl.
Andrea Horwath cleared of wrongdoing after being accused of pushing MPP | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath has been cleared of any wrongdoing after being accused of getting into a physical altercation with a PC MPP on Tuesday.
Patrick Brown defends spending nearly $300,000 while he sat as independent legislator | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Patrick Brown is defending his legislative spending following his resignation as Progressive Conservative leader after a leaked document showed he spent nearly $300,000 on support staff and office operations.
Pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle in Markham | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
A pedestrian has died after they were struck by a vehicle in Markham early Thursday morning.
Police excavating Bowmanville property possibly linked to 1963 cold case | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
New information related to the unsolved, decades-old disappearance of a Bowmanville girl has led police to an area off Highway 57, where excavation will begin this morning.
Ontario says it has a backup plan for pot deliveries in case of Canada Post strike | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
The Ontario government says it has a backup plan in place to ensure the delivery of recreational cannabis in case of a Canada Post strike next week, but it isn't saying what that arrangement is.
Delivery delays an 'unfortunate side effect' of high volume orders: Ontario Cannabis Store | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Customers of the Ontario Cannabis Store may have to wait a little bit longer to get their weed due to a "high volume of orders."
Leafs' Andersen to start against Penguins after missing game due to knee injury | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Maple Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen will get the start when Toronto hosts the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight.
Still more to do as Canada shifts to legal cannabis, Liberals say | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Canada's shift to a legal cannabis regime is just the first of what the government says are several steps to come, from regulating edibles to training more drug cops.
Police in Ontario, Winnipeg hand out hefty fines for alleged Cannabis Act violations | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
The celebratory mood that marked the legalization of recreational cannabis lost a bit of its high for some consumers who found themselves with hefty fines for allegedly violating the law around pot use.
Canada ban on asbestos to take effect, but mining residues exempt | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Canada's new asbestos ban will not prevent companies in Quebec from sifting through the waste left over from decades of mining asbestos to look for magnesium.
Elderly pedestrian dies after being struck by vehicle in Markham | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
An 84-year-old man has died after he was struck by a vehicle in Markham early Thursday morning.
Police investigating death of male pedestrian struck by vehicle in Milton | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Police in Halton Region say a pedestrian struck by a vehicle this morning in Milton has died.
Maple Leafs legend joins list of athletes inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Cross-country skier Chandra Crawford was on top of the sporting world in 2006 when she won a surprise gold at the Turin Olympics. The result she's most proud of came eight years later and didn't include a podium appearance.
Elementary principal charged with fraud after $30K goes missing from coffer | CTV News
CTV News | October 18, 2018
Police west of Toronto say a principal has been charged after tens of thousands of dollars allegedly went missing from an elementary school's coffers.