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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. 18, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Dec. 18, 2014

    A grey day with cold northwest winds in the morning, high around 0 feeling -5 C, sunshine returns tomorrow just in time for the weekend.

  2. Video: Families of Eaton Centre victims say justice served

    Video: Families of Eaton Centre victims say justice served

    Christopher Husbands was found guilty of two counts of second-degree murder and five counts of aggravated assault on Wednesday.

  3. Father of Eaton Centre shooting victim Connor Stevenson comments on verdict

    Father of Eaton Centre shooting victim Connor Stevenson comments on verdict

    “We are a little disappointed that he wasn’t found guilty of first-degree,” Craig Stevenson said. “But we are pleased that this is behind us and we are able to move forward.”

  4. Waterfront Toronto in hot seat over higher-than-expected Queens Quay costs

    Waterfront Toronto in hot seat over higher-than-expected Queens Quay costs

    The cost of Waterfront Toronto’s Queens Quay revitalization project ballooned to $129 million from $93 million and officials had a lot of explaining to do at its board meeting on Wednesday.

  5. Husbands’ lawyer discusses guilty verdict

    Husbands’ lawyer discusses guilty verdict

    Attorney Dirk Derstine spoke to reporters after his client was found guilty of second degree murder in the Eaton Centre shooting.

  6. EXCLUSIVE: ‘Charming’ thief targets Brampton businesses

    EXCLUSIVE: ‘Charming’ thief targets Brampton businesses

    He struck just before Remembrance Day at the Master Mechanic Auto Shop on Dixie Road in Brampton.

  7. ‘Warm up’ car thefts on the rise, York Regional police warn

    ‘Warm up’ car thefts on the rise, York Regional police warn

    The keys are in the ignition, the engine is purring, but the driver is nowhere in sight. It’s a common scene in winter months when many let their engines run to warm up their vehicles before driving. But York Regional Police are warning that so-called ‘warm up’ thefts are on the rise. “People are making

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  8. Better U.S. relations with Cuba expected to hike costs for Canadian tourists

    Better U.S. relations with Cuba expected to hike costs for Canadian tourists

    CityNews’ Francis D’Souza has more on the implications for Canadian tourists.

  9. Video: Sony cancels Christmas Day release of ‘The Interview’

    Video: Sony cancels Christmas Day release of ‘The Interview’

    CityNews reporter Melanie Ng has more behind he decision and the possible future of the film.

  10. Video: Husbands guilty of 2nd-degree murder in Eaton Centre shootings

    Video: Husbands guilty of 2nd-degree murder in Eaton Centre shootings

    A jury has found Christopher Husbands, 25, guilty of two counts of second-degree murder in the shooting deaths of two men at the Eaton Centre in June 2012.

  11. Video: How U.S.-Cuba deal may impact Canadian tourists

    Video: How U.S.-Cuba deal may impact Canadian tourists

    Jonathan Carroll, CEO of Travel Nation Canada, speaks with CityNews anchor Tom Hayes about what the U.S.-Cuba deal could mean for Canadian tourists.

  12. Video: Organized crime group dismantled in GTA

    Video: Organized crime group dismantled in GTA

    The RCMP, OPP and York Regional Police worked together to dismantle a massive organized crime group. Insp. Michael Slack spoke about the investigation dubbed ‘Project Forza’.

  13. Video: Fords donate $90K to Humber River Hospital

    Video: Fords donate $90K to Humber River Hospital

    The Ford family presented a $40,000 cheque to Humber River Hospital on Wednesday from the proceeds of the sale of the last of the Rob Ford bobbleheads. They also announced a personal donation of $50,000.

  14. Video: Stolen van crashes into porch of Etobicoke home

    Video: Stolen van crashes into porch of Etobicoke home

    A suspect allegedly stole a minivan and crashed it into the front porch of an Etobicoke home on Wednesday morning. Sean McLoughlin told CityNews he left the car running and went back into his house and noticed it was gone. The owner of the home where the crash occurred Robert Gullins, discussed what he heard.

  15. Video: 2 arrested following stabbing in Kensington Market area

    Video: 2 arrested following stabbing in Kensington Market area

    Here’s video from the scene following a stabbing in the College Street and Augusta Avenue area on Wednesday morning. Two suspects are in police custody.