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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: 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’.

  2. 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.

  3. Maple Leafs on hot streak since embarrassing loss to Nashville

    Maple Leafs on hot streak since embarrassing loss to Nashville

    The Toronto Maple Leafs are 10-1-1 since losing 9-2 to Nashville on Nov. 18. Adrian Ghobrial went to the team’s practice on Wednesday to see what the club is doing differently. Watch The 5 and CityNews at Six for all the details.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. Video: 2 hospitalized after stabbing in city’s east end

    Video: 2 hospitalized after stabbing in city’s east end

    Two people were taken to hospital after a double-stabbing on Firvalley Crt. on Wednesday morning. Police are not searching for a suspect.

  7. Entertainment City: Stars of ‘The Interview’ pull out of public eye

    Entertainment City: Stars of ‘The Interview’ pull out of public eye

    The stars of the controversial film ‘The Interview’ are pulling out of the public eye after hackers threaten violence.

  8. Business Report: U.S., Russia not cutting oil production; BlackBerry unveils ‘Classic’

    Business Report: U.S., Russia not cutting oil production; BlackBerry unveils ‘Classic’

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including oil producers such as the U.S. and Russia not cutting oil production and BlackBerry unveils new ‘Classic’ model.

  9. Morning Webcast: Multiple stabbings in Toronto overnight, and warnings for a nasty flu season

    Morning Webcast: Multiple stabbings in Toronto overnight, and warnings for a nasty flu season

    Two people were rushed to hospital after a stabbing near St. Clair & Warden. Ontario public health officials warning of nasty flu season.

  10. Morning Weather Webcast: Dec. 17, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Dec. 17, 2014

    Cloudy with showers then flurries – high of 6 C reached early in the day, 2 C for afternoon. Flurries tonight, low -2 C.

  11. Video: Toronto’s Pakistani community grieves over attack on school

    Video: Toronto’s Pakistani community grieves over attack on school

    The Taliban stormed a military-run school in northwest Pakistan on Tuesday, killing at least 141 people — most of them children.

  12. Chemo shrunk Rob Ford’s cancer by 50%

    Chemo shrunk Rob Ford’s cancer by 50%

    Chemotherapy has shrunk Rob Ford’s cancerous mass by 50 per cent. The former mayor is currently undergoing his fifth round of chemotherapy before he begins radiation in the new year.

  13. 342 cases of flu in Ontario so far this season: health officials

    342 cases of flu in Ontario so far this season: health officials

    Ontario Public Health officials provided an update on this season’s flu figures and as of Dec. 6, there were 342 lab confirmed cases of the virus in the province, nearly double the 182 this time last year. The flu could peak at the end of the month.

  14. Video: Car safety gadgets could be putting you in danger

    Video: Car safety gadgets could be putting you in danger

    CityNews reporter Tracy Tong finds out what the problem is.

  15. Pakistan, rest of the world including GTA mourn 141 killed by Taliban

    Pakistan, rest of the world including GTA mourn 141 killed by Taliban

    Scores of school children were killed during an insurgent attack by seven Taliban gunmen at a military-run school in Pakistan on Tuesday. GTA residents react to the horror of the attack in which the casualties were mostly children and teenagers.