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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. Entertainment City: Celebs react to the tragic Ottawa shootings

    Entertainment City: Celebs react to the tragic Ottawa shootings

    Celebrities react to Wednesday’s shootings at the National War Memorial and on Parliament Hill.

  2. Video: How political leaders reacted to Ottawa shooting

    Video: How political leaders reacted to Ottawa shooting

    Political analyst Jim Warren speaks with CityNews anchor Roger Peterson about the messages to the country by all three political party leaders.

  3. Video: RCMP admit Ottawa attack caught them by surprise

    Video: RCMP admit Ottawa attack caught them by surprise

    CityNews reporter Tammie Sutherland is in Ottawa and says that life may never be the same for those in the nation’s capital, especially those who keep us safe.

  4. Memorial held for soldier fatally shot in Ottawa

    Memorial held for soldier fatally shot in Ottawa

    CityNews reporter Tracy Tong spoke with those in attendance.

  5. RAW: Opposition Leaders on fatal shooting in Ottawa

    RAW: Opposition Leaders on fatal shooting in Ottawa

    NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair and Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau spoke to the country following a fatal shooting in Ottawa.

  6. RAW: Harper addresses nation following shooting in Ottawa

    RAW: Harper addresses nation following shooting in Ottawa

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper gave this statement following a deadly shooting in Ottawa on Wednesday.

  7. Family members share memories of fallen soldier

    Family members share memories of fallen soldier

    Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, 24, from Hamilton’s Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, was shot and killed on Wednesday.

  8. Toronto mayoral candidates react after soldier slain in Ottawa

    Toronto mayoral candidates react after soldier slain in Ottawa

    Toronto mayoral candidates Olivia Chow, Doug Ford and John Tory took a break from their campaigns to comment on the shooting near Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

  9. Video: Will Ottawa shooting cause a ‘culture of fear’

    Video: Will Ottawa shooting cause a ‘culture of fear’

    CityNews reporter Amanda Ferguson speaks with Torontonians about the incident.

  10. Government buildings beef up security after Ottawa attack

    Government buildings beef up security after Ottawa attack

    CityNews reporter Anna Vlachos with the measures being taken to assure safety at government buildings.

  11. Video: Expert speaks on future of Canada’s security

    Video: Expert speaks on future of Canada’s security

    Security expert Chris Menary speaks with CityNews reporter Avery Haines about the next steps to take after the Parliament Hill shooting.

  12. Chief ramps up police presence in Toronto after Ottawa shootings

    Chief ramps up police presence in Toronto after Ottawa shootings

    Security measures are being taken in Toronto after a soldier was shot and killed at the War Memorial near Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

  13. Toronto police, TTC & Queen’s Park beef up security after Ottawa shooting

    Toronto police, TTC & Queen’s Park beef up security after Ottawa shooting

    Following the fatal shootings in Ottawa, Toronto police, public transit and Queen’s Park increased security measures on Wednesday. Meanwhile security experts react to attacks.

  14. Parliament Hill shooting walkthrough using Google Maps

    Parliament Hill shooting walkthrough using Google Maps

    Walkthrough using Google maps of Parliament Hill highlighting proximity of locations. Courtesy The Toronto Star.

  15. Video: Ottawa’s mayor & police chief react to deadly shooting

    Video: Ottawa’s mayor & police chief react to deadly shooting

    Ottawa Police Chief Charles Bordeleau and Mayor Jim Watson spoke at a news conference about multiple shootings that took place in Ottawa on Wednesday. A soldier died in a shooting near Ottawa’s War Memorial.