November 13, 2012
CityNews reporter Galit Solomon with why Canadians at automated kiosks are reaching into their wallets for their old paper bills.
Cloud cover begins to build overnight, – 7C
From across the globe millions of people are honouring the life of Nelson Mandela.
It may be hours away but the lineup has already started for the annual Honest Ed’s free turkey giveaway.
CityNews’ Stella Acquisto gets tips from celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse on making duck and salmon.
Mark Wahlberg builds a home, Taylor Swift gets a secret Santa and Bruce Jenner is contemplating a book deal.
The sounds of the holiday filled the Yorkminster Park Baptist Church on Saturday for the 5th annual City carol Sing.
Santa paid a visit at 2 big events in the GTA on Saturday.
Entertainment City was there as the nominations were announced in Los Angeles for the 56th annual Grammy Awards.
Clear conditions this evening, -4C.
Mayor Rob Ford walks in Etobicoke Santa Claus parade.
Eight members of the Toronto Police Service and one member of the Ontario Provincial Police returned home after a one year training mission in Afghanistan.
Handing out candy canes on his home turf Mayor Rob Ford took part in the Etobicoke Santa Claus parade.
A hockey dad is being hailed a hero after jumping behind the steering wheel to veer the bus away from on-coming traffic. Three people suffered minor injuries.
The Animal’s Gift at Bowmanville Zoo celebrates the animal-human bond.
Hugh Burrill says goodbye to CityNews and treats us to a compilation of his most embarrassing, awkward moments on television.