Councillor Doug Ford broke his uncharacteristic silence Saturday to comment on reports of a video that seems to show Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine.
The investigation into Mayor Daryl Bennett's actions on the local police services board will continue in late June.
Sitting in Tim Bosma's packed living room at 9:30 a.m. on May 14, Det.-Sgt. Matt Kavanagh came to update the missing man's family and friends on the investigation into his disappearance.
Shocking news is hard to believe. Last night, there was lots of news, plenty of it shocking.
Five things to do in Toronto this week: meet the pandas, the Punjabi International Film Festival and more Add to ... "Mommy, why does the loud Saturday-night television man with the funny collars always yell at me to keep my stick on the ice and to keep my head up?" The city-wide Doors Open event doesn't happen until next weekend, but the country's ... (more)
As our regular 680News.com series continues, we look at events happening in Toronto and near the city for a variety of ages and interests.
It's that time of the year again, when weekend events take over Toronto, leading to road closures across the city.
Mayor Rob Ford responds to comments by Coun. Adam Vaughan in council at city hall in Toronto on Nov.
Toronto police say they now have a description and DNA of the suspect involved in the murder of Brampton resident Delano Coombs.
Offbeat: New Adventures in Sound Art is co-presenting the Trans X Transmission Art Symposium , a four-day meeting of artists who use sound as their medium.
A cellphone video purportedly depicting Toronto Mayor Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine is being shopped by a group of Somali men involved in the drug trade.
Hamilton police officers do a grid search of Region of Waterloo International Airport property in front of the Millardair hanger just after noon Thursday.
Ted Reader is like the suburban guy next door - provided the guy next door has more than 60 barbecues in his backyard, sometimes with at least a dozen of them going in grill mode.
Photography: David Kaufman's Early Sunday Morning photography exhibit simultaneously celebrates the heritage of Toronto's architecture, while pleading for its preservation, in the face of gentrification and condo development.
A day after Etobicoke's community council voted unanimously against a locally loathed condo proposal for the site of the Humbertown shopping centre, the developer has launched an appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board.