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1 hr ago | CFRB
Two major Toronto streets will be handed over to pedestrians on a pair of Sunday mornings next month.
5 hrs ago | GlobalNews
10 hrs ago | GlobalNews
Rolling stops, red light-running and speeding seem to have become ingrained in Toronto's driving culture; especially on smaller streets.
14 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
The 100 bus to Flemingdon Park is both bustling and hustling; it gets a lot of people where they need to go in this part of the city.
Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon.
A group dubbed both Direct Action and the Squamish Five detonated a bomb at a missile manufacturing plant in Toronto.
Of the 1,308 Toronto cyclists hit by opening car doors between 2005 and 2013, most were hurt but only one was killed: A 57-year-old man biking east on Eglinton Avenue West on a May afternoon in 2008 when a 43-year-old woman opened her car door and sent the man flying into traffic, where he was hit by a truck.
Justis Danto-Clancy, a 24-year-old graduate of the University of King's College, moved back in to his parent's home near Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue about a year and a half ago.
Pre-construction sales will begin this fall for Jasper House, a 36-storey luxury condominium tower by Toronto "Condo King" Brad Lamb.
This screenshot from a dashcam video posted on Youtube July 21, 2014, shows a Toronto Transit Commission running a red light and nearly hitting a pedestrian at the intersection of Eglinton Ave. and Ionview Rd. This screenshot from a dashcam video posted on Youtube July 21, 2014, shows a Toronto Transit Commission running a red light and nearly ... (more)
Police are investigating after a black BMW sedan rolled over the Highway 401 off-ramp to Keele Street in Toronto on Wednesday morning.
Saturday, July 27 will mark one year since 18-year old Sammy Yatim was shot and killed on board a Toronto streetcar, and we're learning that his family filed an $8-million dollar lawsuit earlier this year.
A subway train travels faster, but it can't compare with the feeling aboard a good, old-fashioned trolley.
A New York judge needs to impose a 30-year sentence on Quebec's billion-dollar pot playboy because when he secures a transfer to Canada his prison time could be slashed from decades to months by Canada's lenient parole system, U.S. prosecutors say.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 07:44 pm
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