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Coverage of the 38th Toronto International Film Festival. 680News will be at all the hot premieres, galas, red carpet events, after parties and more.

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  1. Video: Entertainment City: Cast of ‘The Giver’, Robin Williams’ final days

    Video: Entertainment City: Cast of ‘The Giver’, Robin Williams’ final days

    In today’s Entertainment City, we’re learning more about Robin Williams’ final days. Plus, the stars of The Giver reveal the film’s Canadian connection.

  2. Business Report: Tim Hortons launches dark roast, Ferrari fetches millions at auction

    Business Report: Tim Hortons launches dark roast, Ferrari fetches millions at auction

    680News business editor Richard Southern with the day’s top business headlines, including a new roast for Tim Hortons and the world’s most expensive car ever.

  3. Morning Webcast: Fiery crash closes section of Hwy. 401, racist flyers at York U

    Morning Webcast: Fiery crash closes section of Hwy. 401, racist flyers at York U

    Section of Highway 401 closed Friday morning after tractor trailer strikes road crew vehicle, and racist flyers circulated at York U campus.

  4. Morning Weather Webcast: August 15, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: August 15, 2014

    A morning risk of showers with a high of 22 C.

  5. Video: Tractor-trailer crashes into road crews’ vehicles from earlier crash on Hwy. 401

    Video: Tractor-trailer crashes into road crews’ vehicles from earlier crash on Hwy. 401

    A tractor-trailer collided with a pump truck, highway workers’ trucks, and a tow truck, and then caught on fire.

  6. Racist flyers circulated at York U campus

    Racist flyers circulated at York U campus

    CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge talks to angry students and staff at York about the disturbing flyers.

  7. Did Brookfield break the law by removing bikes from public property?

    Did Brookfield break the law by removing bikes from public property?

    CityNews reporter Tammie Sutherland explores the potential legal ramifications.

  8. Toronto Maple Leafs unveil Legends Row

    Toronto Maple Leafs unveil Legends Row

    Former Leaf great Ted Kennedy got the nod as the first player to receive the honour.

  9. Toronto could move parking disputes out of courts

    Toronto could move parking disputes out of courts

    The City of Toronto is considering a new program which would move at least some parking ticket disputes from the courtroom to a municipal office.

  10. ‘Prince of Pot’ pushes for legalization at Toronto rally

    ‘Prince of Pot’ pushes for legalization at Toronto rally

    Canada’s self-styled “Prince of Pot” Marc Emery, newly released from a U.S. prison, spoke in favour of legalizing marijuana at a rally in Toronto on Thursday.

  11. Chief drops defamation suit after written apology from Doug Ford

    Chief drops defamation suit after written apology from Doug Ford

    Toronto police Chief Bill Blair accepted a written apology from Coun. Doug Ford on Thursday, after Ford publicly accused him of leaking information about an investigation involving the mayor.

  12. Property company removes bikes from public property at Yonge & Bloor

    Property company removes bikes from public property at Yonge & Bloor

    CityNews reporter Shauna Hunt talks to the woman who brought the story to light after her bike was removed from a pole.

  13. Video: Chief Bill Blair accepts Coun. Doug Ford’s apology

    Video: Chief Bill Blair accepts Coun. Doug Ford’s apology

    On Wednesday, Coun. Doug Ford publicly apologized to Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair for comments he made accusing Blair of leaking information about a possible subpoena against Mayor Rob Ford. On Thursday, Blair said he accepted the councillor’s apology and spoke about the board’s decision to not renew his contract.

  14. Video: Ted Kennedy revealed as 1st Maple Leaf on ‘Legends Row’

    Video: Ted Kennedy revealed as 1st Maple Leaf on ‘Legends Row’

    Ted ‘Teeder’ Kennedy was revealed as the first honoured legend to have a statue outside the ACC. His son, Mark Kennedy, spoke at the press conference about how proud he was and how proud his father would be with the achievement.

  15. Video: Man in custody following gun scare at Mount Sinai hospital

    Video: Man in custody following gun scare at Mount Sinai hospital

    A man was taken into custody after Toronto police discovered him inside Mount Sinai Hospital with what appeared to be a gun in his pocket. No injuries were reported and there’s no confirmation on whether the weapon was real or a replica.