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  • Buyer beware of last-minute Grey Cup tickets

    Sonia Aslam/Joanne Abshire

    The BBB warns of any tickets you may find through online classifieds because those deals may be scams. You are asked to only buy tickets from a reputable company or broker.

  • TTC warns of potential fare hike

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – TTC riders may have to prepare for another fare increase. That’s the message from TTC Chair Karen Stintz, who said unless the province covers more of the cost to run the transit service, an increase is on the way. It currently costs about $1.5 billion to run the TTC, and Stintz made

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  • Die-hard CFL fans braved the rain Saturday morning for the Grey Cup Parade.

    Thousands brave rain for Grey Cup parade

    Andrew Hopkins

    Burrard Street in Downtown Vancouver was lined with thousands of fans as they watched the Grey Cup parade. Many die-hard fans made the journey from across Canada.

  • TTC announces service changes on many bus, streetcar routes

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – The TTC announced service changes to many bus and streetcar routes, Thursday. Starting in January, there will be service level reductions during rush-hour periods on 52 bus routes, the TTC said Thursday. Off-peak service will be reduced on 36 bus and streetcar routes. Click here to see which routes are affected. Service

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  • CityNews is reporting Mahad Diblawe, 19, is wanted in connection with a shooting in the Albion and Weston Roads area.

    Police search for suspect after man shot in stomach

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – The search is on for at least one suspect after a Friday night shooting in the Albion and Weston Roads area. Police tell 680News a man in his 20s was shot in the stomach with a semi-automatic weapon around 9 p.m., outside of a highrise on Albion Road. The man was rushed

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  • Lupul scores winner in shootout to put Leafs back on top of division

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – The Toronto Maple Leafs displayed some of the same grit that has helped them start the season with so much success Friday night, as the squad managed a shootout victory over the Dallas Stars.

    Joffrey Lupul used a nifty shot to score in the third round of the shootout, setting up goalie Jonas Gustavsson who made an impressive save on Mike Ribeiro to ensure the win.

  • TTC subway

    Weekend subway closure: trains bypassing Bay Station this weekend

    680News staff

    TTC trains on the Bloor-Danforth Subway Line will be bypassing Bay Subway Station this weekend due to track-and-switch work. Eastbound service from Kipling Station and westbound service from Kennedy Station will terminate at Museum station. Passengers will have to get out, cross the centre platform and board the northbound, eastbound or westbound train to continue

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  • Photo from Cavalcade of Lights in 2010

    Cavalcade of Lights to set the city aglow Saturday night

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – The city will be aglow this weekend with the 45th annual Cavalcade of Lights celebration at Nathan Phillips Square.

    The festivities begin Saturday night at 7 p.m., when CityTV’s Kevin Frankish will give opening remarks in preparation for the lighting of the city’s official Christmas tree.

  • Toronto has warmest November 25 on record since 1937

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – Today was the warmest day on record in Toronto for November 25 since 1937.

    Environment Canada confirmed that the temperature officially reached 16.3 C at Pearson International Airport, Friday afternoon.

  • Third annual Gamercamp takes place this weekend

    Momin Qureshi and 680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – You have heard of hockey camp and dance camp, but how about Gamercamp? The third annual event, which celebrates the artistry, innovation, and power of play, takes place this weekend. Gamercamp co-founder Mark Rabo told 680News he came up with the idea three years ago. “We found that there was not all

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