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  • Mayor Ford says time to put an end to Occupy Toronto

    Kris McCusker, Carl Hanstke, and 680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – Mayor Rob Ford believes it’s time for those involved with Occupy Toronto to stop protesting and leave St. James Park behind. Ford said Tuesday that because rallies have been peaceful so far, the city has tolerated violations of several bylaws, but he has received several phone calls from residents who have had

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  • Multi-vehicle crash in Scarborough involves TTC bus

    680News staff

    A TTC bus has been involved in a multi-vehicle crash on McNicoll near McCowan in Scarborough. Police said a minivan and a car collided head-on on McNicoll with one of the vehicles then hitting the bus. None of the passengers on the bus was hurt, but the driver suffered a leg injury.   The minivan

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  • Grey Cup parade route announced

    Jesse Johnston

    We now know the route this year’s Grey Cup parade will take. It won’t be going anywhere near the Occupy Vancouver protest at the Art Gallery, much like with the Rogers Santa Claus Parade.

  • Jenna Morrison's mother, Darlene Burke (centre), reads notes left in her daughter's memory

    Family pays tribute to woman killed while cycling

    Kevin Misener

    Family members and friends of a Toronto woman gathered Wednesday morning at the scene of her death this week to pay tribute.

  • Loblaws recalls some 3D Christmas lights

    680News staff

    If you’ve purchased Christmas lights from Loblaws, the company has announced a recall of three types of 3D lights. The recall is due to the fact the lights may not have been tested and might not meet Canadian regulations. The affected products are: 30″ 3D STANDING BUCK 70L, $20 – UPC 5870301446 52″ 3D STANDING

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  • Occupy Vancouver obeying fire regulations

    Dan Burritt

    BC Supreme Court judge is banning open flames and propane at Occupy Vancouver as it gives its lawyers more time to prepare to argue against the city’s effort to shut down the camp.

  • Former Occupy protester calls Vancouver movement off-topic

    Andrea Macpherson/Jill Drews

    A former Occupy protestor says those camping at the Vancouver Art Gallery are breaking rules, hassling first responders, and asking for things that are never going to happen.

  • McGuinty urges Ontarians to honour veterans on Remembrance Day

    The Canadian Press

    TORONTO, Ont. – Ontario Premier Dalton MGuinty is encouraging Ontario residents to honour veterans on Friday during Remembrance Day ceremonies. Ontario’s Ceremony of Remembrance will be held at Queen’s Park starting at 10:45 a.m. Friday. The ceremony honours Canadian soldiers who served in the two world wars, Korea and Afghanistan, and in peacekeeping missions around

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  • Map of Victoria Park area in London, Ont.

    Police close in on Occupy protesters in London

    John Stall and 680News staff

    After a tense standoff, police in London, Ont., moved in early Wednesday on Occupy London protesters to force them to leave. According to those on-site who were tweeting, police told protesters to leave their base camp at Victoria Park, or be possibly charged with trespassing. Police in London closed in at around 12:30 a.m., as

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  • Lockout could be looming in 2012 for city workers

    680News staff

    TORONTO, Ont. – The stage appears set for a strike or lockout of Toronto municipal workers in the new year. CUPE local 416 president Mark Ferguson said there is no way his members will give up their job security. The Globe and Mail reported that is one of 40 concessions the city is demanding in

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