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  1. Newsstand: March 31, 2015Read the original story

    39 min ago | Torontoist

    If there is one thing to be gleaned from today's headlines, it's that if people ran their personal finances in the same way that governments ran theirs, most of us would either be destitute or in jail. In the news: the provincial government will not cover an $85-million shortfall on the Spadina subway extension, a new report says the future of the TCHC looks grim without a $7.6-billion investment in property repairs, and the City remains powerless to collect $4 million in property taxes from the federal government.


  2. Suspect in custody for murder of Trevor Seraphine, 17Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | 680News

    At a news conference on Monday, Toronto police announced that first-degree murder warrants have been issued for brothers Corey and Curtis Murray. Corey Murray, 29, of no fixed address is still at-large.


  3. Academy of Learning College Toronto Now Offers a Range of Accounting...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PRWeb

    ... campus locations across the GTA, Academy of Learning College campuses are conveniently located in in Etobicoke, North York and Downtown Toronto, and easily accessible by car and public transit.


  4. Bold plan aims to cut Toronto emissions in half by 2030Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | BlogTO

    Toronto is set to join the 2030 club , a group of cities across North America that aim to drastically reduce their emissions over the next 15 years. The initiative is the result of public-private collaboration that includes founding sponsors Sustainable Buildings Canada , the Ontario Association of Architects , and Enbridge Gas.


  5. York union overspent during 2008-09 strike, audit saysRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Globe and Mail

    In this 2008 file photo, contract faculty, teaching assistants and graduate assistants during strike duty at the Sentinel Rd entrance to York University In this 2008 file photo, contract faculty, teaching assistants and graduate assistants during strike duty at the Sentinel Rd entrance to York University The union representing York University teaching assistants and contract instructors spent almost $300,000 on food and beverages during the 2008-2009 strike at the school, delivering expensive meals to picket lines, and ordering enough for hundreds of people at a meeting that was sparsely attended, a forensic audit obtained by The Globe and Mail says.


  6. Toronto says federal government owes it $4 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    The federal government owes the city $4 million in payments in lieu of property taxes, argues a city staff report . The report for the government management committee also notes Toronto is virtually powerless to collect money from Crown corporations, often related to tenants long gone from the federal sites.


  7. Toronto teen was 'gunned down in cold blood' police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Two brothers are wanted for first degree murder in the shooting death of Toronto teen Trevor Seraphine earlier this month, Toronto police announced Monday. “Trevor was a recent immigrant of St. Lucia, and I can tell you that his only mistake... Was walking from one apartment to another while there were these two predators in the parking lot,” said Toronto homicide detective Tam Bui.


  8. 2 Brampton men wanted in connection with murder of 17-year-old boyRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | 680News

    Toronto police have released the names of two men they say are suspects in the murder of a boy gunned down in Etobicoke last week. Trevor Seraphine, 17, was shot and killed in the early morning hours of Mar. 21 after visiting a friend's house on Willowridge Road, near Eglinton Avenue West and Martin Grove Road.


  9. Police to provde update in Trevor Seraphine deathRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | CBC News

    Seventeen-year-old Trevor Seraphine was shot in the early hours of March 21. Police arrived at 44 Willowridge Rd., in the Martin Grove Road and Eglinton Avenue West area, to find the teen with multiple gunshot wounds. Toronto police released this image, which they say shows two suspects being sought in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trevor Seraphine.


  10. Charges laid in Richmond slaying of Alberta gangsterRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago |

    An Air Canada passenger jet flying from Toronto to Halifax skidded off a runway early Sunday as it attempted to land in a blizzard. Charges have been laid in the 2014 slaying of an Alberta gangster in Richmond, according to B.C.'s gang squad.


  11. Two officers injured in police chase that ends near Jane and EglintonRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago |

    Two Toronto police officers were injured following a police pursuit that ended near Jane Street and Eglinton Avenue West in York Sunday, March 29. Officers attempted to stop a vehicle by pinning it between two cruisers. The suspects then fled on foot, before getting arrested.


  12. GenSpera Launches National Investor Relations ProgramRead the original story

    Yesterday | Freshnews

    GenSpera Inc . announced today the selection of PCG Advisory Group to launch a comprehensive investor relations initiative for the oncology-focused drug development company.


  13. The top 10 spring food events in Toronto for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BlogTO

    Spring has arrived in Toronto and along with the birds and the bees, food events are multiplying at a ferocious rate. While only the strong will survive, this year's brood is looking especially strong, offering plenty of recreational eating opportunities in the form of festivals, street markets and charity galas.


  14. Two police officers injured during car chaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CFRB

    A collision in the Jane Street and Eglinton Avenue area of Toronto sent two police officers to hospital on Sunday. Police say that the officers were engaged in the pursuit of a stolen car when their cruiser struck the vehicle they were chasing.


  15. 2 Toronto police officers injured in west end foot pursuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 680News

    Two Toronto police officers have been injured, one seriously, after a foot pursuit with several suspects on Emmett Avenue, near Jane Street and Eglinton Avenue West.


  16. Who owns Canada?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Enter Stage Right

    It should be remembered that Toronto has undergone a massive "identity shift" over the last five decades of Canadian history. In the 1950s and before, the city was considered as so conservative and British-oriented that it was nicknamed "Tory Toronto".


  17. Homeless fear Toronto plan to open suburban sheltersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Toronto Star

    Toronto needs up to 15 new homeless shelters, including some in the city's inner suburbs, to address overcrowding, disrepair and displacement, as downtown buildings are sold for redevelopment, according to a city report. “Pressure created by a rising real estate market and the need to upgrade existing shelter facilities to better meet clients' needs will result in several changes in the shelter system over the next five years,” says the report by the city's hostel services.


  18. The top 15 spring running events in Toronto 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | BlogTO

    ... you a free T. Goodlife Toronto Marathon - Sunday, May 3 This marquee marathon (or half, or 5K) starts off in North York and winds itself all the way down to Ontario Place. While most of the route is downhill, the first set of hills south of York ...


  19. Afternoon Weather Webcast: March 28, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | 680News

    It's chilly today, but it will get a lot colder overnight, with windchill making it feel like -16 C. Editor's note: Comments which include offensive or inappropriate language will be deleted. Healthy debate is encouraged but we will not permit any personal attacks.


  20. 10 things to do in Toronto for Earth HourRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | 680News

    The Toronto city skyline is pictured moments before the start of Earth Hour on Saturday March 26, 2011. Buildings and homes across the country are going dark as Canadians take part in the fifth annual Earth Hour.