Families may pay more to play hockey under proposed 2015 city budget
The proposed 2015 city budget calls for a five per cent increase to indoor ice permit fees and a 2.25 per cent increase on general parks and recreation user fees to cover the cost of inflation. And that may put hockey and ice skating out of the reach for many families.
Video: Toronto Zoo & Crime Stoppers team up to stop illegal turtle trade
The Toronto Zoo and Crime Stoppers have partnered up to try to stop the illegal harvest and trade of turtles. David Forster, President of Ontario Association of Crime Stoppers, spoke during a press conference on Tuesday.
Video: Canada Post unveils commemorative Nelson Mandela stamp in Toronto
Canada Post unveiled a special commemorative Nelson Mandela stamp at the Nelson Mandela Park Public School in Regent Park on Tuesday morning. Toronto Mayor John Tory was on hand and spoke about the former South African president.
Two men were freed from a car following a crash on Progress Avenue in Scarborough on Tuesday morning. The driver was freed from the wreckage and taken to hospital. Emergency crews worked to free the passenger for almost an hour. He was eventually freed just after 7 a.m.
Gunmen storm luxury Tripoli hotel. The Northeast United States hunker down as a winter storm hits the region bringing snow, wind, and freezing temperatures. And, emergency crews work to free two people trapped in a car wreck in Scarborough.