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  • Vancouver business to launch civil suit against rioters

    Lara Fominoff

    At least one Vancouver business damaged by the Stanley Cup rioters will go after the worst offenders in its own way. London Drugs’ president and CEO says it will chase some looters in a civil case.

  • Legal analyst questions lack of charges in Stanley Cup riot

    John Streit

    News1130′s legal analyst Michael Shapray says the differences between the British legal system and ours are not that great.

  • Hearing set for Aug. 31 for 3 teens accused of killing man at Barrie mini-putt

    The Canadian Press

    BARRIE, Ont. – Three Innisfil teenagers accused of murdering a Collingwood man at a mini-putt golf course are to return to court later this month. The two 18-year-olds and a 19-year-old will be in the Penetanguishine superjail until the Aug. 31 hearing in Barrie. Two of the three teens are in protective custody. Bradley Hubbard,

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  • Fans line up to sign a book of condolences for Rick Rypien, which will be sent to the late former Canuck's family in Alberta.

    Hundreds pay tribute to Rick Rypien

    Dan Burritt/Ryan Sullivan

    He was a fighter and a fan favourite, and hundreds of Canucks faithful gathered outside Rogers Arena today to pay tribute to former player Rick Rypien, who died Monday.

  • Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty and Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, December 2010

    McGuinty hosts one-on-one meeting with Ford

    Kevin Misener and 680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – Mayor Rob Ford and Premier Dalton McGuinty wrapped up their meeting at Queen’s Park, Wednesday.

    The two discussed speeding up progress on the Sheppard subway line, including other issues like daycare, public health, Ontario Place and the sale of 900 Community Housing homes.

  • A two-foot by two-foot piece of glass fell from the 32nd floor of a relatively new at 1 Bedford Rd.

    Lanterra to replace glass after panels fall from condos

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – Lanterra Developments says it will replace all of the glass in three of its buildings.

    This comes after glass fell from its buildings three times since Saturday.

  • Elderly man charged after woman sexually assaulted while holding infant

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – A 70-year-old man has been charged after a woman was sexually assaulted at a recreation centre. It is alleged that on Monday morning, a woman was sexually assaulted while she was holding an infant. Police say the assault took place at the McCormack Recreation Center on Sheridan Avenue. Joao Melo of Toronto

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  • Injured workers protest MPP offices across Ontario

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – Groups of injured Ontario workers occupyied the constituency offices of six provincial politicians, including that of premier Dalton McGuinty and opposition leader Tim Hudak, Wednesday. The workers were protesting against a Workers’ Compensation system that they say leaves disabled labourers in poverty.  They were also protesting lack of inflation protection and reduction

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  • Construction is underway to build an aquarium nestled between the CN Tower and Rogers Centre

    Construction continues at Ripley’s Toronto aquarium

    Amber LeBlanc

    Construction is underway to build an aquarium nestled between the CN Tower and Rogers Centre.

    The $130-million project by Ripley’s officially broke ground Wednesday.

    It’s designed to lure schools of tourists to Toronto and is set to open in June 2013.

  • VPD Chief Jim Chu talking to reporters

    VPD explains why still no charges in Stanley Cup riot

    Jesse Johnston

    Vancouver’s police chief says it will take months before all of the evidence from the Stanley Cup riot is processed so they can make arrests. He says it’s better to do it right than do it quickly.