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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. EXCLUSIVE: Vaughan businesses complain about spotty mail delivery

    EXCLUSIVE: Vaughan businesses complain about spotty mail delivery

    Canada Post says the frightful weather is to blame.

  2. Mayor Tory promises relief from lengthy construction projects

    Mayor Tory promises relief from lengthy construction projects

    Mayor John Tory has announced longer hours for crews at construction sites going forward, which means shorter closures.

  3. Science world reacts to death of Leonard Nimoy

    Science world reacts to death of Leonard Nimoy

    He may have played a fictional character, but Leonard Nimoy’s inspiration for space exploration extends well beyond television.

  4. Leonard Nimoy
    INTERVIEW: Sci-fi author Robert Sawyer on the death of Leonard Nimoy

    INTERVIEW: Sci-fi author Robert Sawyer on the death of Leonard Nimoy

    CityNews reporter Avery Haines chats with science fiction author Robert Sawyer about the passing of Leonard Nimoy.

  5. Piece of concrete that fell from Gardiner is missing

    Piece of concrete that fell from Gardiner is missing

    A piece of concrete that is said to have fallen from the structure and shattered a windshield can’t be found — and that’s a major problem.

  6. Online dress colour debate far from black and white

    Online dress colour debate far from black and white

    How a picture of a dress sparked a debate that’s taken the Internet by storm.

  7. East-end art program a smashing success

    East-end art program a smashing success

    A life-long passion of helping kids be creative is taking-off big time for one woman who wants to take her idea city-wide.

  8. Video: Mayor Tory on road closures, frozen pipes

    Video: Mayor Tory on road closures, frozen pipes

    Toronto Mayor John Tory spoke to the media following Friday’s Road Closures Coordination Committee meeting. He also spoke about how the city is responding to those residents who don’t have water in their homes due to frozen pipes.

  9. Entertainment City: Kanye West shows sensitive side

    Entertainment City: Kanye West shows sensitive side

    In the national edition of Entertainment City, Kanye West takes to Twitter to apologize to Beck and Bruno Mars, plus Scarlett Johansson talks about awkward kiss.

  10. Business Report: Bought a computer or MP3 player from 1999-2002? You might be owed $20.

    Business Report: Bought a computer or MP3 player from 1999-2002? You might be owed $20.

    680News business editor Richard Southern with the day’s top business headlines, including a class-action payout for anyone who bought electronics with dynamic random access memory.

  11. Morning Webcast: No strike at U of T, Leafs trade Clarkson

    Morning Webcast: No strike at U of T, Leafs trade Clarkson

    University of Toronto teaching assistant strike averted. And, the Toronto Maple Leafs trade Clarkson to Columbus.

  12. Morning Weather Webcast: Feb. 27, 2015

    Morning Weather Webcast: Feb. 27, 2015

    High today of -10 C under mainly sunny skies but the wind chills this morning close to -30 C.

  13. Eastern Commerce closing doors, ending storied basketball program

    Eastern Commerce closing doors, ending storied basketball program

    CityNews reporter Stella Acquisto looks back at some of the big stars that graced the hardcourt at Eastern Commerce over the years.

  14. Automaker Ford adds 400 jobs at Oakville plant

    Automaker Ford adds 400 jobs at Oakville plant

    Ford Motor Co. announced the addition of 400 new jobs to its assembly plant in Oakville as it officially launched production of the new Edge crossover SUV on Thursday.

  15. Complete strangers join family at Elijah Marsh’s visitation

    Complete strangers join family at Elijah Marsh’s visitation

    The family of Elijah Marsh, who froze to death a week ago, invited the public to join them at a Toronto funeral home for the toddler’s visitation.