Events happening in the city from Sept. 26-28.
The chart-topping soul singer posted a note to Twitter and Instagram on Sunday afternoon telling his fans that he had tonsillitis and could not speak.
The movie stars MTV 'Teen Wolf' heartthrob Dylan O'Brien Video
Events happening in the city from Sept. 19-21.
The production will be collecting donations for the Canadian cancer society at each show.
The Bachelor Canada, Season 2 premieres on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET (9MT/7CT) on City. Video
Grosso says he spent about $14,000 refurbishing the iconic palm tree sign and hopes it can find a good home. Video
According to a report, the cardiac arrest began as the biopsy was being conducted. Video
Nineteen musicals, plays, and performances will be mounted on stages across the city. Video
"I am in great solidarity with you," Glover said.
The World War II era historical drama about British mathematician Alan Turing, picked up the People's Choice Award for best film.
The Toronto International Film Festival runs until Sunday. Video
Events happening in the city from Sept. 12-14.
The film festival runs until Sept. 14. Video
The Toronto International Film Festival is taking place from Sept. 4-14. Here are raw interviews from the red carpet as well as other must-see videos.
The Toronto International Film Festival runs from Sept. 4-14. Here's a look at the stories our CityNews reporters covered during the event.
Fan favorite Benedict Cumberbatch is in town for his film The Imitation Game. Video
Mann says he now uses an iPad to help him remember the songs during shows.
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"Settle down folks... She is legally blind, let her sit front row. I'm not concerned about a cut into live nation profit if they give her a free ticket. Have a heart. She cant go to the media for every concert, this one is obviously important to her." Tee Sieg commented in Legally blind woman wants accessible seats for Stevie Wonder show
"Perhaps we should put a chair on the front of the stage where she could really get a good view. So what if she blocks the view for the thousands of other people attending the concert? Maybe Stevie Wonder could come over to her house and give her a private concert?" Donny B. commented in Legally blind woman wants accessible seats for Stevie Wonder show