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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: Golf industry slumps, most workers unhappy with pay

    Business Report: Golf industry slumps, most workers unhappy with pay

    680News business editor Richard Southern with the day’s top business headlines, including signs the golf industry is slipping, and a news study shows the majority of workers do not earn as much as they would like.

  2. Morning Weather Webcast: July 28, 2014

    Morning Weather Webcast: July 28, 2014

    Going to feel fall-like later today with a high of 20 C.

  3. Morning Webcast: Thunderstorms pound Toronto, UFO spotted over weekend

    Morning Webcast: Thunderstorms pound Toronto, UFO spotted over weekend

    Thunderstorms pound Toronto, GTA, and a UFO sighting in Toronto sweeps social media.

  4. Video: Cars submerged in parts of the GTA after thunderstorm

    Video: Cars submerged in parts of the GTA after thunderstorm

    Following a severe thunderstorm warning for Toronto and the GTA, CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge says some cars were submerged after locallized flooding in parts of the city.

  5. Video: Day 2 of Palestinian & Israeli demonstrations in Toronto

    Video: Day 2 of Palestinian & Israeli demonstrations in Toronto

    CityNews reporter Shauna Hunt was at both rallies and spoke to some of the protesters.

  6. Video: Race for mayor inches towards the finish line

    Video: Race for mayor inches towards the finish line

    CityNews reporter Tracy Tong says the mayoral candidates are planning to keep up their frantic pace.

  7. Video: Man accused in Sunwing flight threat suffers from depression: father

    Video: Man accused in Sunwing flight threat suffers from depression: father

    Ali Shahi’s father says his son has a history of depression and gambling problems.

  8. Video: Palestinian & Israeli supporters converge at Toronto rally

    Video: Palestinian & Israeli supporters converge at Toronto rally

    Protesters came in from all over the GTA to voice their concerns over the continuing crisis in Gaza.

  9. Video: Gaza & Israel supporters rally in Toronto

    Video: Gaza & Israel supporters rally in Toronto

    Hundreds of Palestinian and Israeli supporters have gathered at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Saturday, with each side on opposite ends. CityNews reporter Shauna Hunt is there.

  10. Tempers flare at annual Ford Fest

    Tempers flare at annual Ford Fest

    CityNews reporter Natalie Duddridge takes a look at the wild night in Scarborough.

  11. Security expert weighs in on response to Sunwing incident

    Security expert weighs in on response to Sunwing incident

    Heavily armed officers stormed the plane after a man allegedly made a bomb threat.

  12. Video: Toronto EMS in store for makeover & name change

    Video: Toronto EMS in store for makeover & name change

    The various interpretations of Toronto EMS had created confusion, with some even thinking they see Elvis in the logo.

  13. Video: Israel’s security cabinet rejects Gaza ceasefire proposal by U.S.

    Video: Israel’s security cabinet rejects Gaza ceasefire proposal by U.S.

    Israeli media said the country’s security cabinet rejected the proposal by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, which called for a week-long ceasefire and indirect talks between the two sides.

  14. Video: Chief Blair has to let police board know if he wants another term

    Video: Chief Blair has to let police board know if he wants another term

    It’s decision time for Toronto police chief Bill Blair who has to let the police board know end of Friday if he wants another five-year term as head of the city’s force.

  15. Video: Hundreds turn up for annual ‘Ford Fest’ bash

    Video: Hundreds turn up for annual ‘Ford Fest’ bash

    Hundreds of people started to line up at Thomson Memorial Park at 1005 Brimley Rd. in Scarborough at least two hours before the event started. City bylaw officers were on hand to make sure there’s no campaigning taking place at the park.