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  • Cost of Tim Hortons coffee up seven cents

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    TORONTO, Ont. – You’re going to find you get a little less change after you buy your double-double at Tim Hortons. Prices have been raised starting Monday. The price for a cup of coffee is up seven cents, for all sizes. The prices on donuts, bagels and other items on the menu will be increased

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  • Man treated for minor burns in Markham townhouse fire

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    A man is in hospital with minor burns and smoke inhalation following a fire in Markham. The blaze broke out earlier Monday morning in a townhouse complex on Greensborough Village Circle, near Ninth Line and 16th Avenue. York Regional Police told 680News the cause of the fire is not yet known. The Ontario Fire Marshal’s

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  • Canucks take on Blackhawks, again

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    It’s official, the Vancouver Canucks will take on the reigning Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks in round one of the playoffs. Game 1 goes Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Rogers Arena.

  • Mississauga school still closed Monday for fire cleanup

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    MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – It’s a long, long weekend for students at St. Bernard of Clairvaux elementary school in Mississauga. There was a small fire in a classroom at the school early Friday morning, forcing the cancellation of classes on Friday. The school is still closed, Monday. The school is located on Escada Drive, in the

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  • BC NDP: A week to go before party chooses new leader

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    Nicholas Simons said goodbye to his bid for the leader’s throne and backed John Horgan. Meanwhile, Mike Farnworth and Adrian Dix picked endorsements ahead of the four-person debate Thursday night.

  • Excited fans express their joy at game one in 2010.

    Canucks bandwagon getting crowded

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    “Dr. Sport” Greg Douglas thinks the 40-year curse has been lifted and the Vancouver Canucks will go all the way this year. He says the team was built for the long haul and has the confidence to win.

  • Mayor Ford ready to embrace Pan Am Games

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    TORONTO, On. – When Toronto was bidding for the 2015  Pan American Games, Rob Ford – then a city councillor – did not support the bid. Now that he is mayor and the city won the bid, Ford told Sportsnet Radio FAN 590 he will support the games. “I wasn’t in favour of it at

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  • Crews battle flames at Durham industrial building

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    PICKERING — Flames broke out in Pickering, Sunday morning. The fire broke out around 7 a.m. at 1049 Squires Bead Road, near the Brock Road and Bayly Street area. Firefighters from the Ajax and Pickering departments worked to extinguish the industrial building blaze. It took over two hours before crews could put the fire out.

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  • Possible Peeping Tom spotted in central Toronto

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    TORONTO – Toronto police are warning residents of a central Toronto neighbourhood to watch out for a possible Peeping Tom. Police say a man was spotted looking or reaching into the window of a ground floor apartment near Bathurst Street and St. Clair Avenue West on Friday night. They say he may have been taking

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  • The "Rally for Respect" at Yonge-Dundas Square began at 1 p.m., followed by a march to City Hall on April 9

    ‘Rally for Respect’ attracts thousands of protesters

    Irene Preklet and 680News staff 0

    TORONTO, On. – A crowd of thousands gathered to condemn Mayor Rob Ford’s cuts to social programs and services, April 9.

    The “Rally for Respect” and march was organized by a number of labour, student and community groups, including The Toronto and York Region Labour Council.