Ghomeshi has insisted having only consensual “rough sex” with women.
- 2nd woman identifies herself in Ghomeshi allegations
- Timeline: Ghomeshi affair began with news he was dealing with personal issues
- Toronto Star reporter Kevin Donovan on Jian Ghomeshi investigation
- Why do victims of sexual assault stay silent? No easy answer, say experts
- Ghomeshi and Navigator PR firm part ways
- Jian Ghomeshi: ‘Trailer Park Boys’ actress Lucy DeCoutere thrust into spotlight
- Chief Blair encourages alleged Ghomeshi victims to come forward
- Jian Ghomeshi cancels Nov. 7 speaking engagement in Prince George, B.C.
- CBC to hire company to investigate in wake of Ghomeshi affair
- Ghomeshi vows to ‘fight allegations’ in Facebook post; won’t talk to media
- Actress steps forward to make new allegations against Ghomeshi
- Woman alleges on CBC that Ghomeshi hit her until her ears were ringing
- BDSM not abuse but way to spice up sex life in safe, consensual way: adherents
- CBC investigating ‘claim of impropriety’ toward employee: staff memo
- Rough consensual sex including pain is ‘murky’ legal area in Canada: experts
- Jian Ghomeshi files $55-million lawsuit against CBC
- ‘Q’ guest host says show will go on after departure of host Jian Ghomeshi
- Text of the Facebook message Jian Ghomeshi posted after CBC cut ties with him
- Ghomeshi claims CBC fired him because of his sex life
- CBC says it has parted ways with ‘Q’ radio host Jian Ghomeshi
- Ghomeshi taking ‘undetermined’ time from CBC for ‘personal issues’: spokesman
CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge was in the thick of the spooky action on Friday night.
Former CBC star radio host Jian Ghomeshi is under criminal investigation after two women came forward to complain, police said Friday.
Anieph Burton, 32, faces more than 90 charges related to dozens of break-ins in south Etobicoke, including 11 counts of sex assault and three charges of choking. His wife Jehanneiry Beaton also faces break-and-enter charges.
As CityNews reporter Tracy Tong tells us, the deadly events in Ottawa and Quebec are fueling worries that anyone in uniform could be a potential target.
KELOWNA, B.C. – Passengers and the driver on a transit bus in Kelowna, B.C., looked on in horror as a man fatally stabbed another passenger before running from the scene in what police say was a random attack. RCMP Const. Kris Clark said the 55-year-old male victim died on the bus early Thursday evening. “According
TORONTO – The Federal Court of Appeal has rejected the Conservative government’s efforts to buy more time before implementing a new policy of health care for refugee claimants. Ottawa had been seeking a stay of a Federal Court decision from July that gave it until next week to put in place a coverage system for
SAN DIEGO – A Mexican judge has ordered the immediate release of a jailed U.S. Marine who spent eight months behind bars for crossing the border with loaded guns. Family spokesman Jonathan Franks told The Associated Press on Friday that the judge decided to release Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, an Afghanistan veteran who suffers from
CHICAGO – With Chicago’s chilling winds howling in the background, tightrope walker Nik Wallenda declared Friday he’s ready to attempt two back-to-back skyscraper crossings, one of them blindfolded. For Sunday’s televised walks, the 35-year-old daredevil promised to uphold the “Flying Wallendas” family tradition of working without a net or harness. City officials said they’ve decided
FORT KENT, Maine – A Maine judge gave nurse Kaci Hickox the OK to go wherever she pleases, handing state officials a defeat Friday in their bid to restrict her movements as a precaution against Ebola. In a case that has come to encapsulate the clash in the U.S. between personal freedom and fear of
The explosion of a Virgin Galactic rocket ship during a test flight over California has almost certainly dashed founder Richard Branson’s goal of starting passenger flights next spring. Information about Virgin Galactic, its backers, and its goals: OWNERS Virgin Galactic is a joint venture between Branson’s Virgin Group Ltd. and Aabar Investments PJS, a state-backed
TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Friday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (14,613.32, up 154.63 points): Coro Mining Corp. (TSX:COP). Miner. Unchanged at three cents on 13.5 million shares. U3O8 Corp. (TSX:UWE). Miner. Up one cent, or 28.57 per cent, to 4.5 cents on 11.5 million shares. Bombardier Inc.
MOJAVE, Calif. – A witness says Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo exploded during a test flight over California’s Mojave Desert. Photographer Ken Brown says the space tourism craft was released from the plane that carries it to high altitude, ignited its rocket motor and then exploded. Brown says there is wreckage in the desert north of Mojave
The young Canadian finally broke through against one of the so-called Big Three of men’s tennis.
Milos Raonic secured his maiden win over Roger Federer to book his place in the semifinals of the Paris Masters on Friday.
The annual event at Exhibition Place will be held June 12-14.
680News film critic Leslie James joins Melanie Ng to give his thoughts on Nightcrawler, Maps To The Stars, and Before I Go To Sleep.
From David Cronenberg to Stanley Kubrick we’ve got the latest from the famous film makers. But first, there’s been more drama for actress Amanda Bynes.
TORONTO – Stanley Kubrick was a perfectionist who cared fiercely about every detail in his films, says his widow as a new exhibit chronicling his life’s work opens in Toronto. “A perfectionist is someone who really thinks he’s never perfect. And he tried to be,” said Christiane Kubrick in an interview at TIFF Bell Lightbox.