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The tail fin of an Air Canada plane is seen at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, B.C., on Oct. 13, 2010. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Transport minister issues edict requiring 2 crew members in cockpit

| The Canadian Press

Ottawa imposed the emergency directive Thursday in the aftermath of the Germanwings plane crash in France. (2)

France Plane Crash

International

TIMELINE: Aircraft-assisted suicides

| Alanna Kelly

From 2003 to 2012 there eight aircraft-assisted suicides. Video

Germanwings

International

Andreas Lubitz, Germanwings co-pilot, blamed for crash

| Diana Magnay, Ashley Fantz and Catherine E. Shoichet, CNN

Details are emerging about the 28-year-old German who officials believe purposely crashed Germanwings Flight 9525. Video

Smoke billows from a building after an explosion in New York City on March 26, 2015. TWITTER/@EastVillageEats

International

Explosion rocks New York City, injuring several

| Ray Sanchez, CNN

Initial reports were of several injuries in the seven-alarm fire, a law enforcement source said. At least one injury is critical.

Police investigate a double stabbing in Brampton on March 26, 2015. CITYNEWS/Adrian Ghobrial

Local News

1 dead after double stabbing in Brampton

| Toronto staff

It happened outside a home on McGraw Avenue, near Main Street North and Bovaird Drive West.

Ex-undercover cop testifies at Lisi drug trial

Local News

Undercover cop knew nothing of Rob Ford probe, trial of ex-mayor’s friend told

| The Canadian Press

Police charged Lisi and Bahrami in October 2013 as they investigated the video showing Ford apparently smoking crack cocaine. Video (1)

The tail fin of an Air Canada plane is seen at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, B.C., on Oct. 13, 2010. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

International National

Transport minister issues edict requiring 2 crew members in cockpit

| The Canadian Press

Ottawa imposed the emergency directive Thursday in the aftermath of the Germanwings plane crash in France. (2)

Daniels Waterfront's City of the Arts is one the first private sector development at Toronto's East Bayfront. CITYNEWS

Local News

Former Guvernment site to house multi-use space on Toronto’s waterfront

| Toronto staff

The development will be built on privately-owned land at a projected cost of $700 million. Video

Stephen Harper on expanded ISIL war motion. CPAC

Local News

MPs told ISIL mission will need more than one year, sources say

| The Canadian Press

The MPs were told that "this was not a one-year undertaking by any stretch of the imagination, that it will take multiple years," said one source, who insisted on anonymity. Video

A GO train leaves Oriole station en route to Richmond Hill on Feb. 4, 2011. FLICKR/Tim Adams

Local News

Mediocre start to TTC-GO fare integration pilot project: report

| Toronto staff

Only 134 TTC Metropass holders have bought the $60-a-month sticker, a report says. Video

Hydro mix-up leaves some Scabrorough residents on the hook for hundreds

Local News

Province to give low-income families relief on hydro bills

| Toronto staff

Starting Jan. 1, households with less than $28,000 in annual income will save about $525 per year on their hydro bill. (15)

A Peel Regional Police badge is shown in a Sept. 26, 2010 file photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Francis Vachon

Local News

Man dies after single-car crash in Mississauga

| Toronto staff

It happened in the Tomken Road and Eglinton Avenue area just after midnight. (2)

An RCMP badge is seen during a police memorial parade in Ottawa on Sept. 26, 2010. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Francis Vachon

National

Peace bonds in terrorism cases rarely used, shrouded in secrecy: experts

| Michael MacDonald, The Canadian Press

Peace bonds have been used by judges as preventative measures to stop domestic violence and neutralize organized-crime gangs.

The cockpit voice recorder from Germanwings Flight 9525 brought to the Bureau d'Enquêtes et d'Analyses on March 25, 2015. HANDOUT/BEA

International

Pilot locked out of cockpit before plane crash in France: report

| CNN

All 150 people on board Germanwings Flight 9525 died when the plane went down on Tuesday. Video (1)

Home daycare owner sued for reported case of suspected neglect - Pt.1

Local News

EXCLUSIVE: Sued daycare owner says child welfare laws too ambiguous

| Avery Haines and Toronto Staff

The Pickering home daycare owner was successfully sued for $10,000 after reporting suspected neglect. (13)

CTV logo. Doug Pensinger/Getty Images

Local News

Bell president Crull apologizes for interfering in CTV’s CRTC coverage

| The Canadian Press

President of CTV is apologizing for intruding on the editorial integrity of the broadcaster's news team

Rob Ford accuses Mayor Tory of ‘misleading’ taxpayers

Local News

Rob Ford cancer surgery tentatively scheduled for May 7

| The Canadian Press

Ford has previously said the abdominal tumour needed to shrink to about three centimetres before surgeons could safely operate. (3)

Teaching assistants at the University of Toronto's downtown campus took to the picket line on March 2, 2015. 680NEWS/Kevin Misener

Local News

U of T president calls for binding arbitration to end TA strike

| Toronto staff

Gertler said the two sides are at an impasse and that it is time to take a new approach.

A York Regional Police cruiser is shown in an undated file photo. CITYNEWS

Local News

Man, 68, critically injured after being struck by vehicle

| Toronto staff

A man was hit by a van and taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries on Wednesday morning.

The Bell Media logo is displayed on a building in Toronto in this handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO/Bell Media/Darren Goldstein

Local News

Regulator slams Bell Media after report exec meddled with CTV journalism

| Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press

CRTC issued a sharply worded reminder to Bell Media not to interfere on the work of CTV journalists (3)

Police Cruiser Lights 3:2

Local News

EB Gardiner reopens after multi-vehicle crash near Park Lawn

| Toronto Staff

Police are warning drivers to expect major delays.