October 23, 2012
The league’s blonde bruiser, Dust Bunny, with you’ll need if you want to be a roller girl.
Cold wind continues to blow overnight, -13C.
As snow fell on Wednesday, slippery road conditions caused several collisions across the GTA.
Toronto’s Camp Oochigeas runs fun programs year-round for hundreds of children with cancer. Disney characters stopped by on Wednesday for a special March Break event.
Olivia Chow resigned her seat in Parliament on Wednesday hours before launching her bid to replace Rob Ford as Toronto’s mayor.
A Chinese satellite has captured images of what may be debris from a Malaysia Airlines jet, which disappeared on Saturday with 239 people on board.
The explosion levelled two apartment buildings, killing two people and injuring several others.
CityNews political specialist Cormac MacSweeney has more on Chow’s big political decision.
CityNews reporter Amanda Ferguson spoke to OHL Commissioner David Branch on Wednesday about the tragic case.
Videographer Audra Brown speaks with young patients awaiting surgery who got to perform similar procedures on their stuffed friends.
Following an online petition that garnered thousands of signatures, Subway restaurants is eliminating the use of azodicarbonimide from its bread.
Another blast of winter hit the GTA on Wednesday, wreaking havoc for drivers and even claimed two lives in Markham and Whitby.
Sarah Efron, deputy editor for MoneySense, talks about the magazine’s list of best cities to live in Canada. You’d be surprised to find that the top cities don’t include Toronto, which came in at 32.
Robin Thicke canceled his scheduled show at Casino Rama, Justin Bieber is back in Ontario and Chris Pine was arrested in New Zealand.
Blowing snow warning still in place for Hamilton. Thursday’s high for the Toronto area is -7.
Watch as Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was mentioned during Wednesday’s episode of the long-running soap opera General Hospital.