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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. The Economist names Toronto the best place in the world to live

    The Economist names Toronto the best place in the world to live

    CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge with why the Big Smoke smoked the competition.

  2. TDSB releases list of 130 underused schools facing closure

    TDSB releases list of 130 underused schools facing closure

    Declining enrollment has left 130 schools only 65 per cent full, at best.

  3. Police embed team of beat officers in Driftwood community

    Police embed team of beat officers in Driftwood community

    CityNews reporter Adrian Ghobrial has more on the initiative aimed at mending police relations with the community.

  4. Communities worried underused schools could face closure

    Communities worried underused schools could face closure

    The Toronto District School Board has released a list of more than 100 schools that could be slated for closure.

  5. Ontario reportedly looking at lowering speed limits

    Ontario reportedly looking at lowering speed limits

    The change could reduce the default speed limit from 50 km/h to 40 km/h.

  6. Man speaks out after filming clash with police

    Man speaks out after filming clash with police

    Michael Duru believes his skin colour may have played a role in his investigation by police and a subsequent clash and arrest.

  7. Police issue warning after string of violent Scarborough robberies

    Police issue warning after string of violent Scarborough robberies

    Some victims suffered concussions and other serious injuries when they were dragged and attacked after being robbed.

  8. Budget committee debates policing costs with contract talks underway

    Budget committee debates policing costs with contract talks underway

    The budget committee got its first detailed look at the police budget, which calls for a zero-per-cent increase over last year’s budget but does not include ongoing contract negotiations.

  9. Video: City of Toronto turns down provincial loan offer

    Video: City of Toronto turns down provincial loan offer

    Toronto Mayor John Tory announced that the city is saying no to a line of credit from the province to help make up for an $86-million budget shortfall. He thanked the province for its offer and said they will take care of their own house.

  10. Video: Budget committee reviewing Toronto police budget

    Video: Budget committee reviewing Toronto police budget

    The budget committee went over the Toronto police budget on Thursday morning. Cynthia Mulligan has more on this story from city hall.

  11. Video: Toronto police discuss series of street robberies in 42 Division

    Video: Toronto police discuss series of street robberies in 42 Division

    Det.-Sgt. Gerry Heaney and Mark Cousins, Head of TTC Security, discussed a series of street robberies that have occurred in 42 Division over the past year as well as how you can protect yourself.

  12. Video: 2 in custody following alleged hit-&-run in Scarborough

    Video: 2 in custody following alleged hit-&-run in Scarborough

    A pedestrian was rushed to hospital in critical condition after an alleged hit-and-run at Finch and Midland avenues in Scarborough on Wednesday afternoon. Two people were taken into custody.

  13. Entertainment City: Lindsay Lohan may be facing more jail time

    Entertainment City: Lindsay Lohan may be facing more jail time

    In the national edition of Entertainment City, Lindsay Lohan is claiming her meet-and-greets are part of her community service. Plus, Taylor Swift copyrights some of her lyrics.

  14. Business Report: Loonie at 6-year low, Porter sells Billy Bishop terminal

    Business Report: Loonie at 6-year low, Porter sells Billy Bishop terminal

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including the low loonie and Porter sells-off of its Billy Bishop terminal.

  15. Morning Webcast: Province considers lowering default speed limits to 40 km/h

    Morning Webcast: Province considers lowering default speed limits to 40 km/h

    Ontario is considering lowering the speed limit in cities. And, the Canadian loonie drops to a six-year low.