The funeral for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo will be held in Hamilton on Tuesday.
CityNews reporter Avery Haines sat down with the top three candidates for candid interviews.
A crowdfunding campaign to help the families of the fallen Canadian soldiers has so far raised $251,000. Video
Nina Pham walked out of hospital on her own Friday.
There are 72 school boards with 676 candidates vying to be a school trustee on Oct. 27.
Ford said it was unable to reach a deal with the federal and Ontario governments. (2)
Hockey Night in Canada will take on extra significance Saturday night, as Canada’s three Eastern Conference teams host their first home games since Wednesday’s attack in Ottawa.
She says an arbitrator's reports has revealed $3,000 in improper spending versus the nearly $200,000 cited in a forensic audit. (3)
They're concerned about an aging portable at Secord Elementary School, near Main Street and Danforth Avenue. (3)
The funeral for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo will be held in Hamilton on Tuesday. Video
It is not clear how long the investigation and closure will last, and GO says shuttle buses are operating between Oshawa and Whitby.
Cirillo died in the arms of the people working so hard to keep him alive. Video
Ford said his supporters aren't just fawning fans wanting to snap a photograph. (4)
No injuries were reported. So far, there's no word on charges. (2)
No injuries have been reported.
Road closures will also be in effect for events and construction projects.
CityNews gave viewers an opportunity to participate in the final televised Toronto mayoral debate on Thursday by letting them vote in real time on how the top three candidates fared.
CityNews hosted the final televised mayoral debate in Toronto before the Oct. 27 municipal election. Olivia Chow, Doug Ford and John Tory took part in the event moderated by Melanie Ng.
Viewers used the hashtag #cityvote to weigh in on the debate between Olivia Chow, Doug Ford and John Tory. (1)
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