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A motorist fills up a portable gas can at a Shell gas station. AP Photo/Ted S. Warren.

Some Toronto gas stations running out of fuel

| Toronto staff

Several Esso, Petro Canada and Shell stations across the city are dry and power outages and recent frigid weather taking the blame.

Premier Wynne won’t rule out carbon tax

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Wynne previews action plan to combat violence, harrassment against women

| The Canadian Press

Ontario's premier says victims must be better supported and aren't re-victimized.

CUPE York U strike

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York University, union representing striking TAs to resume talks

| Toronto staff

York’s last strike started in November 2008 and lasted 12 weeks.

Toronto Maple Leafs right winger Joffrey Lupul is seen celebrating a goal with Mikhail Grabovski in an undated file photo. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/Elise Amendola

Local News

Leafs legal action shows pitfalls of social media

| Alanna Kelly

A cautionary tale of how social media can result in defamation lawsuits.

A Durham Regional Police Service vehicle is shown in an undated file photo. TWITTER/@DRPS

Local News

Oshawa man accused of threatening to kill police officers

| Alanna Kelly

Thomas Helmle has been charged with uttering threats and possession of a dangerous weapon.

A motorist fills up a portable gas can at a Shell gas station. AP Photo/Ted S. Warren.

Local News

Some Toronto gas stations running out of fuel

| Toronto staff

Several Esso, Petro Canada and Shell stations across the city are dry and power outages and recent frigid weather taking the blame.

Infrastructure Minister Denis Lebel responds to a question during question period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015. Police in Quebec are investigating after envelopes containing white powder were sent to the riding offices of at least two federal ministers, including Lebel. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

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Envelopes with white powder found at offices of federal ministers in Quebec

| The Canadian Press

Analysis of the substance sent to Infrastructure Minister Denis Lebel's office in Roberval revealed it was harmless.

File photo of a hockey referee.  CP PHOTO/Jeff McIntosh

Local News National Sports

Most have witnessed ‘rink rage’ at minor hockey games: poll

| Toronto staff

About half of the Canadians surveyed have seen someone swearing at or berating a child playing minor hockey.

An employee takes a break in an undated file photo. GETTY IMAGES/Dan Kitwood

Life Money National

Canadian job quality hits 25-year low: study

| Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press

Since the late 1980s, the number of part-time positions climbed much faster than full-time gigs.

CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais delivers opening remarks in Montreal on Sept. 10, 2012, on the opening day of the CRTC hearings into the proposed acquisition of Astral Media Inc., by BCE/Bell Canada. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

National

CRTC issues 1st penalty under anti-spam law — a $1.1M fine

| The Canadian Press

Quebec-based corporate training company Compu-Finder has 30 days to contest the CRTC's ruling.

Hundreds of shoppers wait for the opening of the new Target store in in Guelph, Ont. on March 5, 2013.  THE CANADIAN PRESS/Dave Chidley

Life Money National

Target gets court approval to sell 11 leases

| The Canadian Press

The value of the agreement is being kept under wraps until Friday.

A still from surveillance video shows a man wanted in connection with a break-in at a Queen Street West restaurant in Toronto on Feb. 9, 2015. HANDOUT/Toronto Police Service

Local News

Man wanted for break-in at Queen West restaurant

| Toronto staff

It happened on Feb. 9 in a restaurant near Queen and Augusta.

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

Local News

Windsor man, 47, struck and killed in East Gwillimbury

| Toronto staff

The man was struck by a northbound car, thrown onto the road, and then hit by a southbound pickup truck.

The Green P app is now allowing mobile payments for parking. Screenshot/Green P

Local News

Green P parking launches pay-by-phone option on mobile app

| Melanie Ng and Momin Qureshi

Mobile payments are available at 5 lots initially. Video

Police investigate after a man was hit by a car on Millwick Drive in Toronto on March 4, 2015. Courtesy of Margaret Butterwick

Local News

Man, 81, struck and killed by SUV near Islington and Steeles

| Toronto staff

Paramedics say it happened on Millwick Drive, near Islington and Steeles avenues.

Police investigate after a pedestrian was hit by a truck on Markham Road in Scarborough on March 4, 2015. CITYNEWS/Chris Langenzarde

Local News

Woman, 61, dies after being hit by truck in Scarborough

| Toronto Staff

Police said the pedestrian was pronounced dead at the scene.

Rev. Hyeon Soo Lim, the Mississauga pastor who has been detained in North Korea, is shown in North Korea in a handout photo. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO/Light Korean Presbyterian Church

Local News National

GTA pastor being held in North Korea, family says

| Liam Casey, The Canadian Press

The family of Rev. Hyeon Soo Lim has received notice that he is being held in North Korea

Power outages across the city

Local News

Toronto Hydro works to restore remaining pockets of power outages

| Toronto staff

Toronto Hydro is reporting 225 outages. Video (7)

Sebastian Yanquelevech, 8, is undergoing a second brain surgery. SOURCE: YouTube

Local News

North York boy undergoing surgery starts ‘Worldwide Hug Day’ movement

| Amber LeBlanc

He wants everyone to hug someone because he doesn't want his mother to feel alone during this surgery.

Elton McDonald

Local News

Toronto tunnel was just a place to ‘hang out,’ digger tells Sun

| John Stall

The tunnel has been there for about two years, the 22-year-old digger told the Toronto Sun. Video (11)

Toronto Files Labour Board Petition To Keep EMS At Required Levels During Strike

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Ambulance transporting critical patient involved in crash on Hwy. 401

| Toronto staff

The patient was found non-responsive with a broken leg.