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Crash closes Toronto-bound QEW at Burlington Skyway; driver charged

| Toronto staff

The OPP says a 34-year-old man is facing a charge of impaired driving.

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Crash closes Toronto-bound QEW at Burlington Skyway; driver charged

| Toronto staff

The OPP says a 34-year-old man is facing a charge of impaired driving.

File photo of Captain John's. Raysonho via Wikipedia Commons.

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Captain John’s floating restaurant: 5 things you need to know

| Diana Pereira

Here are five things you need to know about the iconic ship.

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Man, 27, accused of posing as Toronto teacher

| Showwei Chu

Bayol Avah was charged with five counts of personation to gain advantage.

File photo of a York Regional Police badge. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Francis Vachon

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Motorcyclist dies after Vaughan crash

| Showwei Chu

The intersection is expected to be closed for several hours.

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Teen girl who died on Bradford soccer field identified

| Toronto staff

Friends, neighbours and people at the girl's school identified her as Jaime Palm.

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Boy falls 9 metres down embankment by Humber River

| Toronto staff

The boy did not fall into the water.

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Man drowns in Thornhill pool, police say

| Toronto staff

His age is not yet known.

Georgia Walsh, 6, was killed by a minivan in Leaside on July 16, 2014. Her father, John Walsh, is the president of the Conservative Party. FACEBOOK/John Walsh

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Minivan driver charged in crash that killed Leaside girl

| Showwei Chu

Georgia Walsh, the daughter of Conservative Party of Canada president John Walsh, died on July 16.

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Candlelight vigils to be held for Canadian teacher detained in Indonesia

| Clare Clancy, The Canadian Press

A vigil is scheduled in Burlington at 9 p.m. Thursday to coincide with a morning vigil in Jakarta. Video

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Road closures in Toronto: Aug. 2-3

| Toronto staff

A list of road closures and transit disruptions in Toronto due to construction and events. Video (3)

Plans for Ontario Place revealed

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Ontario Place to reopen to public by 2016 with new park, promenade

| Toronto staff

Ontario Place opened in May 1971, but was closed in the summer of 2012. Video (2)

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OPINION: Jays not looking for a short-term fix as trade deadline approaches

| Shi Davidi, Sportsnet.ca

The non-waiver trade deadline is at 4 p.m. on Thursday. Video

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Cyclist critically injured after hit by vehicle in Leaside

| Toronto staff

No charges are expected to be laid. (3)

Convicted killer Christopher Brosky is running for a council seat in Toronto Centre-Rosedale for the Oct. 27, 2014, election. CITYNEWS

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Convicted killer running for Toronto council seat

| Shauna Hunt and Toronto staff

Christopher Brosky will go up against longtime incumbent Pam McConnell in Ward 28 — Toronto Centre-Rosedale. (8)

Mayor Ford on latest polls, Ford Fest robocalls

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Ford’s new campaign video filmed in his office, violates election rules

| Toronto staff

Ford's campaign video was filmed in his office, which is against the rules in the Municipal Elections Act. (10)

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Teen girl dies after getting trapped under soccer net in Bradford, police say

| The Canadian Press

The 15-year-old girl was rushed to hospital, where she died from her injuries. (3)

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6 things we learned from Deadmau5 & Rob Ford’s coffee run

| Toronto staff

Electronic music DJ Deadmau5 has posted a video of his coffee date with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford on YouTube. (3)

A woman, seen through a window, takes cover with her umbrella as both snow and rain fall in the streets of  Toronto, Feb. 24, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

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Environment Canada issues weather advisory about potential funnel clouds in Toronto

| Toronto staff

Funnel clouds of this nature are usually little threat to ground.

Police Chief Bill Blair answers questions during a news conference in Toronto on June 29, 2010. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren Calabrese

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How Bill Blair made his mark on Canada’s largest police force

| Marcia Chen

The chief's tenure has been characterized by trials and how he’s responded to them. (3)

Toronto police chief Bill Blair speaks at a news conference on Oct. 31, 2013. CITYNEWS

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Bill Blair out as Toronto police chief

| Toronto staff

Blair's contract won't be renewed in April 2015 when it expires, the Toronto Police Services Board said. Video (22)