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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. Morning Weather Webcast: Dec. 10, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Dec. 10, 2014

    A high of -1 C in the GTA with northerly winds at 30-50 km/h. Increasing clouds and snow overnight, heavier in Eastern Ontario.

  2. Majority of TTC board members don’t ride public transit

    Majority of TTC board members don’t ride public transit

    CityNews reporter Adrian Ghobrial spoke to a longtime transit advocate who feels the board may be out of touch with the issues plaguing the TTC.

  3. Video: Auditor general finds failures in smart meter program

    Video: Auditor general finds failures in smart meter program

    CityNews reporter Cynthia Mulligan has more on how much more Ontarians have been paying for electricity.

  4. Escort robbed & sexually assaulted at Etobicoke hotel

    Escort robbed & sexually assaulted at Etobicoke hotel

    A group of men swarmed and sexually assaulted a female escort at a Quality Suites room near the Pearson airport early Tuesday morning.

  5. EXCLUSIVE: Scammers claim to be from Canada Revenue Agency

    EXCLUSIVE: Scammers claim to be from Canada Revenue Agency

    One woman told CityNews reporter Pam Seatle she was threatened with arrest if she didn’t pay up.

  6. Video: Ontario’s auditor general releases annual report

    Video: Ontario’s auditor general releases annual report

    Ontario auditor general Bonnie Lysyk released her annual report on Tuesday at Queen’s Park. She says consumers are paying billions of dollars more for electricity thanks to a flawed smart meter program. The report also looked at daycares, the MaRS loan and defined pension plans.

  7. Video: Police looking for 4 suspects after violent robbery at Etobicoke hotel

    Video: Police looking for 4 suspects after violent robbery at Etobicoke hotel

    Staff-Insp. Mike Earl updated the investigation into a violent robbery that took place in the Quality Inn Suites in Etobicoke on Tuesday morning. Police are looking for four male suspects.

  8. Tow truck drivers protest at Queen's Park on Dec. 9, 2014. CITYNEWS/John Hanley
    Video: Tow truck drivers protest at Queen’s Park

    Video: Tow truck drivers protest at Queen’s Park

    Hundreds of tow truck drivers arrived at Queen’s Park on Tuesday in protest of Bill 15. The province says the new auto insurance legislation will regulate the tow truck industry and reduce auto insurance rates. Tow truck drivers say it hampers their ability to do their job and may ultimately raise prices.

  9. Video: TD Bank new sponsor for Bike Share Toronto

    Video: TD Bank new sponsor for Bike Share Toronto

    Lorne Persiko, president, Toronto Parking Authority and Mayor John Tory spoke at a news conference to announce that TD Bank will be a new sponsor for Bike Share Toronto.

  10. Entertainment City: Beyonce & Jay Z with the royal couple

    Entertainment City: Beyonce & Jay Z with the royal couple

    On the national edition of Entertainment City, Beyonce and Jay Z hold court with the royal couple.

  11. Business Report: TSX yearly gains take a hit, Tesla shares drop

    Business Report: TSX yearly gains take a hit, Tesla shares drop

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including a down day for the TSX, and a lower stock price for Tesla.

  12. Morning Webcast: Search for missing west end woman, proposed GO fare hike

    Morning Webcast: Search for missing west end woman, proposed GO fare hike

    Proposed five per cent Go Transit fare increase to be voted on Thursday. Police seek public’s help to locate missing woman in west end.

  13. Morning Weather Webcast: Dec. 9, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Dec. 9, 2014

    Patchy drizzle this morning, mostly cloudy this afternoon, and a mild high of 5 C.

  14. Toronto police take aim at gridlock with new campaign

    Toronto police take aim at gridlock with new campaign

    Police Chief Bill Blair said Monday that he believes a “well delivered warning with the certainty of consequences” will succeed in modifying the behaviour that contributes to crippling gridlock.

  15. Riders to get all-door boarding on King streetcar line

    Riders to get all-door boarding on King streetcar line

    The 504 King streetcar is the busiest streetcar line in Toronto, and to ease congestion the commission will allow all door boarding beginning Jan. 1, 2015.