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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. Rain in Toronto
    Heavy rain floods streets, causes subway suspension

    Heavy rain floods streets, causes subway suspension

    Heavy rain in Toronto and the GTA caused several problems on Thursday night.

  2. Video: Roller derby teams preparing for Saturday championship game

    Video: Roller derby teams preparing for Saturday championship game

    The Death Track Dolls and Gore Gore Rollergirls are preparing for the Toronto roller derby championship game, scheduled for Saturday.

  3. Video: North York parents accused of murdering son, 4

    Video: North York parents accused of murdering son, 4

    A mother and father, Ravyn Colley, 24, and Joel Roberto, 27, are accused of murdering their four-year-old son on Monday in North York.

  4. Video: Islington residents concerned about dangerous intersection

    Video: Islington residents concerned about dangerous intersection

    Residents in the neighbourhood at Islington Avenue and Lemsford Road, south of Highway 401, say it’s time to stop the studies and time to fix the dangerous intersection.

  5. Video: Arrest made in west-end grandmother’s murder

    Video: Arrest made in west-end grandmother’s murder

    A 70-year-old man faces a second-degree murder offence one day after a grandmother, 65, died outside the Wallace Emerson Community Centre in Toronto’s west end.

  6. Video: Firefighters join chorus of complaints about insufficient Ebola training

    Video: Firefighters join chorus of complaints about insufficient Ebola training

    Firefighters join other front-line workers telling CityNews about their concerns, claiming they do not have the proper training or equipment in place to deal with Ebola.

  7. Video: John Tory’s SmartTrack transit plan is not doable: Mihevc

    Video: John Tory’s SmartTrack transit plan is not doable: Mihevc

    Coun. Joe Mihevc is supporting Olivia Chow’s Toronto mayoral bid. Mihevc said John Tory’s SmartTrack transit plan would be a big risk and explains why he thinks Chow’s transit plan is better for the city.

  8. Video: Doug Ford says repairing TCHC units is ‘my top priority’

    Video: Doug Ford says repairing TCHC units is ‘my top priority’

    During a news conference on Thursday morning, mayoral candidate Doug Ford said repairing Toronto Community Housing Corporation units is a top priority. The municipal election takes place on Oct. 27.

  9. Ontario’s infectious diseases chief on Ebola threat

    Ontario’s infectious diseases chief on Ebola threat

    Dr. Natasha Crowcroft, chief of infectious diseases at Public Health Ontario, talks to Breakfast Television host Dina Pugliese about the risk of Ebola coming to Canada and how prepared Ontario is to deal with the virus.

  10. Morning Webcast: Record turnout for 1st day of advance vote

    Morning Webcast: Record turnout for 1st day of advance vote

    Record turnout for first day of advance voting in Toronto and Asian stocks sag on U.S. growth fears while European markets stabilize after big falls.

  11. Business Report: Markets trending lower overseas

    Business Report: Markets trending lower overseas

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

  12. Morning Weather Webcast: Oct. 16, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Oct. 16, 2014

    Fog dissipating throughout the morning and a chance of rain this afternoon. Warmer than usual temperatures with a high of 18 C. CityNews weather specialist Stella Acquisto has the forecast details.

  13. Entertainment City: Neil Patrick Harris lands a new gig

    Entertainment City: Neil Patrick Harris lands a new gig

    On the national edition of Entertainment City, Neil Patrick Harris lands a new gig, and James Marsden tells us why he was ready for another romantic tearjerker.

  14. Video: Ontario nurses say they are unprepared for Ebola

    Video: Ontario nurses say they are unprepared for Ebola

    CityNews reporter Tracy Tong speaks with one GTA nurse about preparedness.

  15. Mayoral candidates focus on jobs as report predicts more low-paying jobs

    Mayoral candidates focus on jobs as report predicts more low-paying jobs

    With less then two weeks to go until election day, the mayoral candidates focused on jobs after the Toronto Region Board of Trade published a report that warned of a GTA jobs boom, many of which will be entry-level and low paying.