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17 min ago | CBC News
The victim was playing on the field with a friend when she apparently became trapped under the cross bar of a soccer net, according to South Simcoe Police.
4 hrs ago | BlogTO
The numbers of Toronto's chronic traffic problems are staggering and depressing: an estimated $2.7 billion a year in lost economic output, $3.3 billion in delay and vehicle costs, 81 hours a year--that's more than three full days--spent sitting perfectly still in a gas- and money-guzzling vehicle.
4 hrs ago | 680News
7 hrs ago | 680News
Toronto police have released a re-enactment video Wednesday of the disappearance of an eight-year-old girl that happened almost three decades ago.
8 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
Voters in Trinity-Spadina met Joe Cressy campaigning at their door just a few months ago in a federal by-election.
10 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post
The Toronto stock market was set to head higher amid data showing much stronger than expected U.S. economic growth.
Two suspects are in custody and facing possible weapon charges after an incident near Dufferin Street and Centre Road in Vaughan.
Mayor Rob Ford's election team wasted no time on the first day election posters were allowed to be posted in campaign offices.
Toronto's public transit is emerging as a key issue in the mayoral race which is less than three months away.
Jason Kenney Canada's Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism stands on stage with a Chinese opera performer during a Chinese New Year celebration on Sunday February 17, 2013.
According to J.D. Power, 78 per cent of new car purchases are made through loans or leasing.
A clump of cedars on the lawn of Bill and Judy Haust, left, was declared the geographic centre of Toronto in 2010.
Toronto man, Jim Vanderberg, 57, who has devoted a large part of his life to helping kids, faces nine porn-related charges, including making and possessing child pornography.
The bus driver caught on video running a red light on Eglinton Ave. and almost hitting a pedestrian is 'no longer with the TTC.'
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 05:51 pm
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