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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. Business Report: Pancer’s Deli reopens, cola wars continue despite sales slide

    Business Report: Pancer’s Deli reopens, cola wars continue despite sales slide

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines.

  2. Morning Webcast: Strike ends at U of T, NYC building goes up in flames

    Morning Webcast: Strike ends at U of T, NYC building goes up in flames

    The University of Toronto strike is finally over. And, many were injured in a NYC building explosion on Thursday.

  3. Secret recordings played at Day 2 of Lisi drug trial

    Secret recordings played at Day 2 of Lisi drug trial

    The court heard what was caught on tape in an undercover sting targeting a man at the centre of the former mayor Rob Ford’s crack cocaine scandal. CityNews reporter Tammie Sutherland explains.  

  4. Toronto Catholic District School Board considers cuts

    Toronto Catholic District School Board considers cuts

    CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge with concerns that school programs are about to join jobs on the chopping block.

  5. GPS tracking devices may offer false sense of security

    GPS tracking devices may offer false sense of security

    GPS tracking apps may not be as effective at thwarting cellphone thieves as owners would hope.

  6. TTC says it’s ready for Pan Am crowds

    TTC says it’s ready for Pan Am crowds

    The Pan Am Games are expected to draw roughly 250,000 visitors to the GTA, but TTC CEO Andy Byford is confident Toronto’s transit system can handle the crunch.

  7. Ontario households could get break on paying hydro bills

    Ontario households could get break on paying hydro bills

    The province estimates about 500,000 to 700,000 households will qualify.

  8. Catholic school board considers cutting librarian jobs

    Catholic school board considers cutting librarian jobs

    The Toronto Catholic District School Board has come up possible cuts to save about $30 million from its budget. Librarians are on the list.

  9. Man dead after double stabbing in Brampton
    Ontario households could get break on paying hydro bills

    Ontario households could get break on paying hydro bills

    The provincial government announced a plan that will give rebates – from $20 to $50 per month — based on a sliding scale that will consider income and family size.

  10. 8-year sentence for woman who injected clients’ buttocks with silicone

    8-year sentence for woman who injected clients’ buttocks with silicone

    With credit for time already spent in custody, the sentence means Marilyn Reid has five years and three months left to serve.

  11. One man killed after stabbing in Brampton

    One man killed after stabbing in Brampton

    A man was killed in a double stabbing in Brampton on Thursday afternoon, Peel police say.

  12. Feds implement airline changes following Germanwings crash

    Feds implement airline changes following Germanwings crash

    Effective immediately, any Canadian airline carrying passengers will be required to have two crew members in the cockpit at all times, Transport Minister Lisa Raitt said Thursday.

  13. Video: Lisa Raitt issues order requiring 2 crew members in cockpit

    Video: Lisa Raitt issues order requiring 2 crew members in cockpit

    Transport Minister Lisa Raitt says effective immediately, any Canadian airline carrying passengers will be required to have two crew members in the cockpit at all times. The federal government imposed the emergency directive today in the aftermath of the Germanwings plane crash in France.

  14. Video: Suspicious envelope with unknown substance found on U of T campus

    Video: Suspicious envelope with unknown substance found on U of T campus

    A suspicious envelope with unknown an substance was found at 21 Sussex Ave., on the University of Toronto campus. No patients or quarantines were reported.

  15. Video: CUPE provides update on U of T teaching assistant strike

    Video: CUPE provides update on U of T teaching assistant strike

    Ryan Culpepper, vice-chair of CUPE 3209 Unit 1, provided an update on the four-week strike involving more than 6,000 teaching assistants at the University of Toronto. Union members will vote on whether to agree to arbitration.