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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. Mayor Ford says he’s ‘sober as a judge’

    Mayor Ford says he’s ‘sober as a judge’

    Mayor Rob Ford told reporters on Thursday during a news conference about Waterfront Toronto that there are people who want him to fail but that he’s “sober as a judge.”

  2. Vigil held for girl killed by minivan

    Vigil held for girl killed by minivan

    Hundreds showed up on Thursday at the Leaside intersection where a seven-year-old girl was killed by a minivan the day before.

  3. Malaysia Airlines plane carrying nearly 300 shot down

    Malaysia Airlines plane carrying nearly 300 shot down

    Nearly 300 people were aboard a Malaysia Airlines plane that was shot down by a surface-to-air missile over the embattled eastern Ukraine on Thursday.

  4. Video: Mayor Rob Ford says he won’t be touching alcohol

    Video: Mayor Rob Ford says he won’t be touching alcohol

    Mayor Rob Ford voiced his concerns about the spending at Waterfront Toronto. He also said he’s sober as a judge and won’t be touching alcohol.

  5. Video: RCMP files 31 criminal charges against Sen. Mike Duffy

    Video: RCMP files 31 criminal charges against Sen. Mike Duffy

    The RCMP has filed 31 criminal charges against Sen. Mike Duffy, including fraud and breach of trust. Gilles Michaud, RCMP assistant commissioner, spoke about the charges Duffy is facing.

  6. Video: John Tory on new measures to fight gridlock in Toronto

    Video: John Tory on new measures to fight gridlock in Toronto

    Mayoral candidate John Tory spoke about four new measures to fight the gridlock issue in Toronto on Thursday morning.

  7. Video: John Tory offers condolences to family of girl killed by minivan

    Video: John Tory offers condolences to family of girl killed by minivan

    A seven-year-old girl who died Wednesday after being hit by a minivan in Leaside was the daughter of Conservative Party president John Walsh. John Tory offered his condolences to the family.

  8. Raw video: Mary Lambert on new album ‘Heart on My Sleeve’

    Raw video: Mary Lambert on new album ‘Heart on My Sleeve’

    Mary Lambert joins 680News music reporter Rudy Blair to talk about the troubles she faced growing up and her new album Heart on My Sleeve.

  9. Video: Entertainment City: 2014 ESPY Awards recap

    Video: Entertainment City: 2014 ESPY Awards recap

    Why are we now even more sure things are cool between Drake and Chris Brown? Brad Smith tells us in today’s Entertainment City.

  10. Business Report: Worms in short supply, Tim Hortons develops coffee beer

    Business Report: Worms in short supply, Tim Hortons develops coffee beer

    680News business editor Richard Southern with the day’s top business headlines, including a new Tim Hortons concept store featuring coffee-flavoured beer and a shortage of nightcrawlers is driving up fishing costs.

  11. Morning Webcast: Duffy awaits charges, complaint filed against Ford

    Morning Webcast: Duffy awaits charges, complaint filed against Ford

    RCMP to lay charges against ex-senator Mike Duffy says his lawyer. And a formal complaint has been filed against Rob Ford.

  12. Morning Weather Webcast: July 17, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: July 17, 2014

    A cool start, slowly warming to highs of 23 C under partly cloudy skies. Heat returns tomorrow meaning a nice summer weekend!

  13. Video: Girl, 7, dies after being struck by minivan in Leaside

    Video: Girl, 7, dies after being struck by minivan in Leaside

    A seven-year-old girl has died after being struck by a minivan in Leaside.

  14. A closer look at PTSD and who it affects most

    A closer look at PTSD and who it affects most

    CityNews reporter Shauna Hunt with why first responders are more likely to suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

  15. EXCLUSIVE: Former Toronto police Sgt. says force is ‘failing’ officers on mental health

    EXCLUSIVE: Former Toronto police Sgt. says force is ‘failing’ officers on mental health

    In the first of a three-part CityNews investigation, former Toronto police Sgt. Simon Fraser tells The Inside Story’s Avery Haines he became a virtual outcast after being diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.