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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: TTC scheduling potentially compromising safety: Bob Kinnear

    Video: TTC scheduling potentially compromising safety: Bob Kinnear

    A report calls for dash cams, GPS technology to identify drivers who speed and improved on-the-job training to improve the safety of TTC buses and streetcars. Union leader Bob Kinnear said scheduling issues are potentially compromising safety.

  2. Video: Poodle reunited with Mississauga owners after alleged dognapping incident

    Video: Poodle reunited with Mississauga owners after alleged dognapping incident

    Totem, a nine-year-old white standard poodle, was allegedly stolen from the dog owner’s front yard in a Mississauga townhouse complex. He has since been found safe and sound and Shauna Hunt spoke with owners Jennifer Mann and Jason Merry.

  3. Video: Andy Byford hopes Presto will be rolled out across TTC by end of 2016

    Video: Andy Byford hopes Presto will be rolled out across TTC by end of 2016

    TTC CEO Andy Byford says transit riders should be able to skip the tokens and pay with Presto on all TTC vehicles by the end of 2016. That would mean it would be implemented a year ahead of schedule. Coun. Denzil Minnan-Wong also spoke about Presto.

  4. Entertainment City: Wayne Gretzky is a grandfather, Katy Perry discusses Super Bowl

    Entertainment City: Wayne Gretzky is a grandfather, Katy Perry discusses Super Bowl

    In the national edition of Entertainment City, legendary hockey player Wayne Gretzky is now a grandfather, and Katy Perry talks about her nerves surrounding her performance during the halftime show at the Super Bowl.

  5. Business report: Central bank to release monetary policy report

    Business report: Central bank to release monetary policy report

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including the Bank of Canada to release its latest monetary policy report on Wednesday morning.

  6. Morning Webcast: Possible chemical threat at Ottawa hotel

    Morning Webcast: Possible chemical threat at Ottawa hotel

    Ottawa police evacuate hotel due to possible chemical threat. And, Mayor John Tory unveiled the proposed 2015 operating and capital budgets at city hall on Tuesday.

  7. Mayor John Tory visits Breakfast Television to talk about his budget plan

    Mayor John Tory visits Breakfast Television to talk about his budget plan

    Mayor John Tory stopped by Breakfast Television on Wednesday to talk about his plans for the TTC and the draft budget unveiled on Tuesday.

  8. Morning Weather Webcast: Jan. 21, 2015

    Morning Weather Webcast: Jan. 21, 2015

    Morning wind chill of -17 and afternoon high of -5 C with partly cloudy skies.

  9. Woman’s overly frustrated reaction after missing her B.C. ferry

    Woman’s overly frustrated reaction after missing her B.C. ferry

    The unidentified woman shrieks loudly and screams the words “You have no idea!” and “I’m so mad!” while storming out of the terminal.

  10. Tory defends new budget at Scarborough town hall

    Tory defends new budget at Scarborough town hall

    Tory said the 10 cent TTC fare hike was the right thing to do for the city.

  11. Ikea monkey’s ‘mom’ buys 2 new monkeys

    Ikea monkey’s ‘mom’ buys 2 new monkeys

    Yasmin Nakhuda’s common-law partner, Samar Katoch, confirmed the purchase to CityNews.

  12. Emergency Services gets $5M boost in 2015 budget

    Emergency Services gets $5M boost in 2015 budget

    Emergency Services will get an extra $5 million with much of it going to hire more paramedics and firefighters.

  13. Mayor Tory unveils city’s 2015 operating and capital budgets

    Mayor Tory unveils city’s 2015 operating and capital budgets

    Toronto Mayor John Tory unveiled the city’s proposed 2015 operating and capital budgets which include a 2.75 per cent property tax increase.

  14. Mayor Tory calling for more shelter beds in 2015 budget

    Mayor Tory calling for more shelter beds in 2015 budget

    Tory wants to add 181 new beds to the city’s shelter system, including new shelter beds for young people and women.

  15. Ontario government unveils electronic bilingual highway signs

    Ontario government unveils electronic bilingual highway signs

    Full-colour electronic signs on the 400-series highways in the GTA will now be bilingual. Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca says the signs will also feature internationally recognized images and symbols with less text to read.