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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. Project Winter Survival aims to help Toronto’s homeless

    Project Winter Survival aims to help Toronto’s homeless

    The initiative aims to pack 3,000 winter survival kits for the homeless across the GTA and surrounding areas.

  2. Police raid suspected Oshawa drug lab

    Police raid suspected Oshawa drug lab

    CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge speaks with people stunned their quiet neighbourhood may have been home to clandestine criminal activity.

  3. Pilot program lets TTC Metropass users take GO Transit trains

    Pilot program lets TTC Metropass users take GO Transit trains

    The TTC and Metrolinx have launched a one-year fare integration program that let’s TTC riders use their Metropass on two GO Transit lines for an extra $60 to ease overcrowding on Toronto streetcars and subways.

  4. Paris terror attacks may be just the beginning of trouble in Europe

    Paris terror attacks may be just the beginning of trouble in Europe

    The deadly attacks in Paris last week may have just been a prelude for what’s to come in Europe.

  5. Man who infiltrated Toronto 18 warns of more homegrown terror plots

    Man who infiltrated Toronto 18 warns of more homegrown terror plots

    “Most definitely there are sleeper cells operating,” he said.

  6. Jenny Franchi, 76, was found in a neighbour's unlocked car on Friday morning after going missing on Thursday night. HANDOUT/York Regional Police
    Family furious after Vaughan woman with dementia left behind by her driver

    Family furious after Vaughan woman with dementia left behind by her driver

    A 76-year-old woman was supposed to be driven to a long-term care facility by a mobility service last night but never made it.

  7. Target leaving massive hole in retail landscape

    Target leaving massive hole in retail landscape

    Imagine how big 15 Yorkdale Malls would be and that’s about how much empty floor space will be left once Target pulls its stores out of Canada.

  8. Licensed private companies can now issue parking tickets on city’s behalf

    Licensed private companies can now issue parking tickets on city’s behalf

    The city is shifting some of the burden of parking ticket enforcement to companies who can now apply for a licence to tag cars in private lots.

  9. Business Report: GTA condo market, Bombardier shares

    Business Report: GTA condo market, Bombardier shares

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with Friday’s top headlines.

  10. 680News’ Leslie James movie reviews: American Sniper, Blackhat

    680News’ Leslie James movie reviews: American Sniper, Blackhat

    680News film critic Leslie James joins Melanie Ng to give his thoughts on American Sniper, Blackhat and Paddington.

  11. Video: Missing Vaughan woman found safe in unlocked car

    Video: Missing Vaughan woman found safe in unlocked car

    Jenny Franchi, 76, had been missing since Thursday evening and was found by a neighbour, cold and confused, in his unlocked car on Friday morning. Sgt. Nate Matthew confirmed that she had been found safe.

  12. John Tory
    Video: Sen. Art Eggleton to lead 6-person Toronto community housing task force

    Video: Sen. Art Eggleton to lead 6-person Toronto community housing task force

    Mayor John Tory announced that Sen. Art Eggleton will be leading a six-person task force on community housing in Toronto. Tory will push the province for more funding for affordable housing.

  13. Video: TTC-GO Transit fare integration pilot project unveiled

    Video: TTC-GO Transit fare integration pilot project unveiled

    Ontario Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca, TTC Chair Josh Colle and Metrolinx CEO Bruce McCuaig spoke about a pilot project to integrate GO Transit and TTC fares downtown. TTC Metropass holders will be able to purchase a GO monthly sticker for $60 that will allow unlimited travel on Lakeshore trains between Exhibition, Union and Danforth GO stations as well as the Stouffville train between Union and Danforth.

  14. Entertainment City: Highlights of 2015 Critics’ Choice Awards

    Entertainment City: Highlights of 2015 Critics’ Choice Awards

    In the national edition of Entertainment City, the Critics’ Choice Awards were last night and we have the highlights.

  15. Cynthia Mulligan on the progress of Mayor Tory’s plans

    Cynthia Mulligan on the progress of Mayor Tory’s plans

    CityNews reporter Cynthia Mulligan talks to Breakfast Television host Kevin Frankish about changes in Toronto since John Tory became mayor.