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Toronto police investigate after three people were stabbed near Carlton and Yonge streets on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. (CITYNEWS)

Man charged with attempted murder after downtown stabbing ‘rampage’

| Toronto staff

A woman and a man — both in their 20's — were stabbed in the torso, while a man in his 40's was stabbed in the back.

Toronto police investigate a shooting on Neptune Drive, Jan. 25, 2015. CITYNEWS

Local News

Man injured in shooting near Bathurst and Hwy. 401

| Toronto Staff

There has been no word on a suspect description.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper hosts the Canada-European Union Summit in Toronto on Sept. 26, 2014. HANDOUT/PMO

National

Government’s re-tooled anti-terror law to be introduced Friday, says Harper

| The Canadian Press

The measures will not be an assault on civil liberties, the prime minister said.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper takes part in a question and answer session with members of the Mississauga and Brampton boards of trade in Brampton on Oct. 2, 2014. HANDOUT/PMO/ Jason Ransom

National

Harper government braces for grilling on oil price plunge, sputtering economy

| Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press

He told Conservative party supporters in Ottawa today that despite global economic uncertainty, Canada is moving in the right direction.

A Facebook Inc. logo seen at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival in Cannes, France, on June 23, 2010. GETTY IMAGES/BLOOMBERG/Antoine Antoniol.

Life National Technology

When Like doesn’t mean like: Experts say there’s nuance to Facebook behaviour

| The Canadian Press

Leaving a Like on a post doesn't always mean that a person literally likes that content.

Toronto police investigate after three people were stabbed near Carlton and Yonge streets on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015. (CITYNEWS)

Crime Local News

Man charged with attempted murder after downtown stabbing ‘rampage’

| Toronto staff

A woman and a man — both in their 20's — were stabbed in the torso, while a man in his 40's was stabbed in the back.

Toronto police cruiser

Local News

Pedestrian suffers serious injuries after being struck in downtown Toronto

| Toronto staff

The incident happened in the College Street and Brock Avenue area around 8 a.m.

A Toronto fire truck is shown in an undated file photo. CITYNEWS.CA/Shawne McKeown

Local News

Man rescued after fall at Scarborough Bluffs

| Toronto staff

Toronto Fire says the 23-year-old fell down there at about 5:30 a.m

Extreme cold weather alert issued for Toronto

Health Life Local News

Toronto under extreme cold weather alert

| Toronto staff

The city issues the alert when temperatures are set to reach -15 C or colder according to Environment Canada’s forecast. (1)

A Lotto 6/49 is shown in an undated file photo. CITYNEWS

Life Money National

No winner for Saturday’s $5 million Lotto 6-49 jackpot

| The Canadian Press

The jackpot for next Wednesday's draw will rise to approximately $7 million.

Police Lights

Local News

Man in serious condition after stabbing near Finch & Dufferin

| Toronto Staff

Police are searching for a man in his 20s in connection with the stabbing.

Police investigate after 2 men were stabbed multiple times near Bathurst and Sheppard, Jan. 24, 2015. CITYNEWS/Bahaa Attia

Local News

Son arrested after father stabbed multiple times

| Toronto Staff

The suspect was also taken to hospital in serious condition with multiple stab wounds.

H1N1 Vaccination Program Open to General Public Soon

Local News

Hundreds vaccinated after Guelph-area restaurant employee tests positive for Hep A

| Anna Vlachos and Toronto Staff

The restaurant has remained closed since the warning was issued.

Newmarket man charged with murder in son's death

Crime Local News

Newmarket man charged with murder in death of son

| Toronto staff

Police say the cause of the child's death will not be released at this time.

Legendary Canadaian figure skater Toller Cranston, shown in this undated handout photo, has died. He was 65. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO

National Sports

Legendary Canadian figure skater Toller Cranston dead at 65

| By Lori Ewing and Neil Davidson, The Canadian Press

Cranston won Olympic bronze at the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck and was a six-time national champion.

An OPP cruiser is shown in an undated file photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Dave Chidley

Crime Local News

OPP concerned about rash of impaired, dangerous driving charges in 2015

| Kris McCusker and Toronto staff

There have been 29 charges of impaired driving and 53 charges of stunt driving laid on our highways.

The World Cup of Hockey is back with a new format as the NHL seeks to create the best tournament in the world to launch a series of new international events. Team Canada's Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, center, Martin Brodeur, right, and the rest of the team surround the World Cup trophy for a team photo after defeating Finland 3-2 in Toronto Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2004, the last time the tournament was held. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz

Local News Sports

World Cup of Hockey returning in 2016 in Toronto

| The Canadian Press

Canada won the last World Cup in 2004.

Court sketch of Sayfildin Tahir Sharif, who is also known as Faruq Khalil Muhammad 'Isa.

Crime International National

Canadian man pleads not guilty to aiding suicide attack that killed US soldiers

| The Associated Press

Faruq Khalil Muhammad 'Isa entered the plea on Saturday in federal court in Brooklyn.

Toronto police cruiser

Local News

Flying bus wheel hits car on Gardiner Expressway

| Mark Douglas and Toronto staff

Neither the driver of the car nor the bus driver were hurt. (3)

A Peel Regional Police badge is seen during a parade in Ottawa on Sept. 26, 2010. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Francis Vachon

Crime Local News

Toronto teen stabbed at Mississauga banquet hall

| Kris McCusker and Toronto staff

Peel police were called to a banquet hall in the area of Derry and Dixie roads just before midnight.

Parliament Hill is shown in Ottawa on Nov. 24, 2010. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

National

Parliamentary budget officer says foreign aid, poverty spending shrinking

| Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press

In 2010-11, foreign aid stood at 0.34 per cent of GDP, declining to 0.27 per cent in 2013-14.