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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: Premier Wynne reacts to shooting at Parliament Hill

    Video: Premier Wynne reacts to shooting at Parliament Hill

    Parliament Hill is in lockdown after a soldier standing guard at the War Memorial in Ottawa was shot on Wednesday. Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne reacted to the incident during question at Queen’s Park.

  2. Video: Chow believes still has chance to be elected Toronto’s mayor

    Video: Chow believes still has chance to be elected Toronto’s mayor

    Olivia Chow said she believes she has a chance of being elected Toronto’s mayor, despite the latest Forum Research poll that keeps her in third place.

  3. Video: Renee Zellweger’s change in appearance

    Video: Renee Zellweger’s change in appearance

    On the national edition of Entertainment City, why Renée Zellweger is glad about the rumours around the change in her appearance.

  4. Morning Webcast: Tory leads in latest poll, sit-down with Chow

    Morning Webcast: Tory leads in latest poll, sit-down with Chow

    New mayoral poll reveals Tory in the lead, and thousands of mail items ditched in Brampton garbage.

  5. Business Report: TSX continues rally after last week’s correction

    Business Report: TSX continues rally after last week’s correction

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, a rally still going on the TSX.

  6. Sparks fly at Toronto Real Estate Board mayoral debate

    Sparks fly at Toronto Real Estate Board mayoral debate

    Olivia Chow and Doug Ford both attacked John Tory and his SmartTrack transit plan.

  7. INTERVIEW: A sit down with Olivia Chow

    INTERVIEW: A sit down with Olivia Chow

    Mayoral candidate Olivia Chow invited Avery Haines into her home for an intimate chat about her political and personal life.

  8. Video: Hundreds of campaign flyers found in Brampton garbage can

    Video: Hundreds of campaign flyers found in Brampton garbage can

    Adam Tassone, manager of New Image Car Wash, told CityNews he found the flyers, along with other promotional material and magazines, in the garbage cans over the weekend.

  9. Power surge affects nearly 30 homes in west end

    Power surge affects nearly 30 homes in west end

    As CityNews reporter Anna Vlachos explained, the surge destroyed numerous appliances.

  10. Video: Investigation launched into Keele & Sheppard townhouse fire

    Video: Investigation launched into Keele & Sheppard townhouse fire

    CityNews reporter Tammie Sutherland speaks with residents about the situation.

  11. Quebec soldier dies after being struck by alleged terror suspect

    Quebec soldier dies after being struck by alleged terror suspect

    Patrice Vincent, one of two Quebec soldiers who were deliberately hit by a car in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, died Tuesday morning. The driver, who authorities described as a radicalized young man, was shot and killed by police after a chase.

  12. Video: Florida Georgia Line discuss latest album

    Video: Florida Georgia Line discuss latest album

    The country duo Florida Georgia Line was in Toronto promoting their new album. Music reporter Rudy Blair spoke with the Country Music Association Award winners about their latest CD, Anything Goes.

  13. Video: Man hospitalized after shooting near St. Clair & Victoria Park

    Video: Man hospitalized after shooting near St. Clair & Victoria Park

    A man was taken to hospital in serious but stable condition after a shooting in the area of St. Clair Avenue East and Victoria Park Avenue on Tuesday afternoon. Police are searching for three male suspects.

  14. Video: Ontario government reintroducing distracted driving bill

    Video: Ontario government reintroducing distracted driving bill

    Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca said the Ontario government will re-introduce legislation aimed at cracking down on distracted driving. If the bill passes, a person caught using a phone while driving will face a fine in the range of $300 to $1,000 and three demerit points.

  15. Video: No injuries reported after house fire in Toronto’s northwest end

    Video: No injuries reported after house fire in Toronto’s northwest end

    No injuries have been reported following a townhouse fire on Grandravine Drive on Tuesday morning. The fire was put out and police and fire officials are now canvassing the area as part of their investigation.