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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: Cashing in on the selfie craze

    Video: Cashing in on the selfie craze

    CityNews reporter Andrea Piunno speaks with a researcher about the emotional and financial benefits some are looking to the world wide web for.

  2. Video: Muslim group hopes to stop homegrown terrorism through national campaign

    Video: Muslim group hopes to stop homegrown terrorism through national campaign

    CityNews reporter Tammie Sutherland finds out more about the campaign and what drove organizers to create it.

  3. 2 men die in Algonquin park plane crash

    2 men die in Algonquin park plane crash

    Two men died Tuesday evening after their plane went down in Algonquin Provincial Park, taking off from Buttonville airport never to return.

  4. Video: Subway signal problems could affect riders for next 5 years

    Video: Subway signal problems could affect riders for next 5 years

    CityNews reporter Cynthia Mulligan speaks with TTC spokesperson Brad Ross about how long customers have to endure these frequent delays.

  5. Window washers rescued from World Trade Center

    Window washers rescued from World Trade Center

    CityNews reporter Francis D’Souza has more on the dramatic rescue from the 68th floor.

  6. Labour lawyer questions validity of costly councillor severance packages

    Labour lawyer questions validity of costly councillor severance packages

    Nine outgoing councillors will collect a total of around $500,000.

  7. Video: Canada’s surplus for 2015 projected at $1.9B

    Video: Canada’s surplus for 2015 projected at $1.9B

    Federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver says next year’s surplus will come in at $1.9 billion. Canada is projected to run a $2.9-billion shortfall this fiscal year, matching the government’s projection in the February budget.

  8. Video: 15% of Toronto’s homeless say they served in military: report

    Video: 15% of Toronto’s homeless say they served in military: report

    A City of Toronto report says 15 per cent of Toronto’s homeless say they served in the military. Watch The 5 and CityNews at Six as Adrian Ghobrial speaks with two retired Canadian corporals who found themselves on the streets.

  9. Video: Russ Holden comments on Algonquin Park plane crash

    Video: Russ Holden comments on Algonquin Park plane crash

    Two people are dead after a small plane crash in Algonquin Provincial Park on Wednesday. 680News traffic specialist Russ Holden, who also is an experienced pilot, spoke about what may have gone wrong.

  10. Entertainment City: Kim Kardashian bares backside for cover photo

    Entertainment City: Kim Kardashian bares backside for cover photo

    Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has caused a stir by baring her backside in a magazine cover photo.

  11. Morning Webcast: 2 killed in small-plane crash in Algonquin

    Morning Webcast: 2 killed in small-plane crash in Algonquin

    Two men have been confirmed dead after the wreckage of a Cessna 150 was found in Algonquin Provincial Park.

  12. Business Report: Ottawa to deliver fiscal update

    Business Report: Ottawa to deliver fiscal update

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

  13. Morning Weather Webcast: Nov. 12, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Nov. 12, 2014

    It’s back to reality after a beautiful Tuesday. Temperatures on Wednesday will be below seasonal, falling to 2 C, with gusty west winds and a risk of flurries in the GTA.

  14. Police seek suspect in 2 Vaughan wedding thefts

    Police seek suspect in 2 Vaughan wedding thefts

    In the latest incident in October an envelope box containing up to $50,000 was stolen.

  15. Video: Remembrance Day ceremonies honour veterans & fallen soldiers

    Video: Remembrance Day ceremonies honour veterans & fallen soldiers

    Remembrance Day ceremonies were held Tuesday in Toronto and elsewhere, including Ottawa, to honour veterans and fallen soldiers. There was beefed up police presence at the ceremonies after two soldiers were killed in Ottawa and north of Montreal.