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A look back at some of the biggest headlines of 2013. From Rob Ford to Chris Hadfield to Sammy Yatim to the massive rain storm on July 8, it was a memorable year in Toronto and the GTA.

Year in review 2013: Toronto’s top news stories RSS

  1. Business Report: Earnings expected from Apple, Husky

    Business Report: Earnings expected from Apple, Husky

    680News senior business editor Mike Eppel with the day’s top business headlines, including earnings reports and interest rate policy to be released this week.

  2. Morning Webcast: Election countdown, citizens awarded by police

    Morning Webcast: Election countdown, citizens awarded by police

    Candidates gear up for final week of campaigning, and 29 community award winners honoured by police.

  3. Morning Weather Webcast: Oct. 20, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: Oct. 20, 2014

    Cloudy and showers on Monday with a high of 13 C. CityNews weather specialist Frank Ferragine has the weather forecast details.

  4. Video: Tory, Chow & Ford make final push entering last week of mayoral campaign

    Video: Tory, Chow & Ford make final push entering last week of mayoral campaign

    The final countdown is on and, as CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge explains, the mayoral campaigns are kicking into high gear.

  5. Citizen heroes honoured by Toronto police

    Citizen heroes honoured by Toronto police

    Several members of our community were recognized on Sunday for their courage and assistance to the Toronto Police Service.

  6. Toronto mayoral race hits the home stretch

    Toronto mayoral race hits the home stretch

    Mayoral candidates John Tory, Olivia Chow and Doug Ford only have one week left to attract the support of undecided voters before election day.

  7. RAW: Car rolls onto riverbank in Scarborough

    RAW: Car rolls onto riverbank in Scarborough

    CityNews viewer Samer Tissawak sent us this video of firefighters transporting a patient on a backboard after a rollover near Markham Road and Progress Avenue in Scarborough on Sunday.

  8. Toronto mayoral candidates on the campaign trail

    Toronto mayoral candidates on the campaign trail

    CityNews reporter Tracy Tong was on the campaign trail following the leading mayoral candidates John Tory, Oloivia Chow and Doug Ford as they drummed up support on Saturday.

  9. House party turns deadly in Mississauga

    House party turns deadly in Mississauga

    Police are hunting for the killer of a young man after a Mississauga house party apparently spilled into the streets and ended in bloodshed.

  10. Preview: Hometown Hockey from Selkirk, MB

    Preview: Hometown Hockey from Selkirk, MB

    Not only is City bringing you NHL hockey on the weekends, we’re taking you to the towns where the game’s current and future stars made their mark.

  11. Another unhappy Leafs fan throws jersey to the ice

    Another unhappy Leafs fan throws jersey to the ice

    A Toronto Maple Leafs fan threw his jersey to the ice during a losing game against the Detroit Red Wings at the Air Canada Centre on Friday night.

  12. Ambulances are parked at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre on June 17, 2014. CITYNEWS
    First responders react to new Ebola protocols

    First responders react to new Ebola protocols

    CityNews reporter Adrian Ghobrial tells us how our firefighters, nurses and paramedics are reacting to the new Ebola guidance being offered.

  13. Hazel McCallion’s endorsement shifts Mississauga mayoral race

    Hazel McCallion’s endorsement shifts Mississauga mayoral race

    The Mississauga mayoral race was one of the GTA’s most hotly-contested election battles. Or it was until Hazel McCallion weighed in and left one candidate fuming.

  14. Selfies could leave your privacy at risk

    Selfies could leave your privacy at risk

    CityNews reporter Stella Acquisto tells us how advertisers could be snooping on your snapshots.

  15. Advance polls busy ahead of Toronto election

    Advance polls busy ahead of Toronto election

    It’s been a record-setting week at the advance polls. CityNews political specialist Cynthia Mulligan tells us what it could mean for the main candidates.