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  1. Video: York U teaching assistants, contract staff vote to strike

    Video: York U teaching assistants, contract staff vote to strike

    CityNews reporter Anna Vlachos speaks with the union chair about the next steps.

  2. New elevators create more obstacles for Ontario’s visually impaired

    New elevators create more obstacles for Ontario’s visually impaired

    Some elevators are getting a tech upgrade in Ontario, but it’s leaving the blind struggling to navigate them.

  3. Family of man killed in east-end McDonald’s speaks out

    Family of man killed in east-end McDonald’s speaks out

    CityNews reporter Tammie Sutherland speaks with the family of one of the two men shot dead inside an east-end McDonalds over the weekend.

  4. Toronto mystery tunnel actually a ‘man-cave’

    Toronto mystery tunnel actually a ‘man-cave’

    People are still been digging for answers, even though police say their case is closed.

  5. INTERVIEW: Transit mobility advocate David Lepofsky

    INTERVIEW: Transit mobility advocate David Lepofsky

    David Lepofsky chatted with CityNews about new elevators that are out of touch with the visually impaired.

  6. Video: York U TAs to vote on tentative deal Monday

    Video: York U TAs to vote on tentative deal Monday

    CityNews reporter Andrea Piunno speaks with the chair of CUPE 3903 as members vote on a tentative deal Monday night.

  7. Video: Toronto senior frustrated after hydrant leak allegedly encases SUV in ice

    Video: Toronto senior frustrated after hydrant leak allegedly encases SUV in ice

    CityNews reporter Anna Vlachos speaks with a Toronto senior who is frustrated with the city after he alleges a leaky hydrant encased his vehicle in ice.

  8. Alexander Lisi appears in court for preliminary hearing

    Alexander Lisi appears in court for preliminary hearing

    Alexander Lisi appeared in court on Monday for a preliminary hearing on an extortion charge.

  9. Video: Const. Victor Kwong updates Toronto tunnel investigation

    Video: Const. Victor Kwong updates Toronto tunnel investigation

    The two men who dug the infamous tunnel in the woods near York University did it as a ‘personal challenge’ Const. Victor Kwong told Avery Haines. Police are satisfied no laws were broken and have closed their investigation.

  10. Video: Watermain break causes sinkhole in Oshawa

    Video: Watermain break causes sinkhole in Oshawa

    A watermain break caused a sinkhole in Oshawa on Monday. Centre Street South is closed from King to Athol streets.

  11. Video: 200 Regent Park girls come together to strengthen their community

    Video: 200 Regent Park girls come together to strengthen their community

    As videographer Audra Brown reports, 200 Grade 8 female students from Regent Park came together to strengthen their community as well as their futures.

  12. Entertainment City: Stars hit the Canadian Screen Awards

    Entertainment City: Stars hit the Canadian Screen Awards

    In the national edition of Entertainment City, stars hit the Canadian Screen Awards. Plus Tatiana Maslany covers Flare magazine April issue.

  13. Business Report: Gas prices jump, RRSP deadline day

    Business Report: Gas prices jump, RRSP deadline day

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including a jump in gas prices over the weekend and the last-minute rush before Monday’s RRSP contribution deadline.

  14. Overnight Weather Webcast: Mar. 1, 2015

    Overnight Weather Webcast: Mar. 1, 2015

    Mainly cloudy conditions overnight, -7 C feeling closer to -13.

  15. Video: Toronto charity says truck fleet immobilized after thefts

    Video: Toronto charity says truck fleet immobilized after thefts

    “They probably didn’t even know they were hitting a charity,” Dan Kershaw, the executive director of Furniture Bank, explained.