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Police on scene of a double shooting that left one man dead, Sept. 14, 2014. CITYNEWS/Natalie Duddridge

Police identify man killed in Scarborough double shooting

| Toronto staff

Another man, in his 50s, is in hospital with serious injuries.

3 slain Mounties identified & remembered

National

3 Mounties fatally shot in Moncton, N.B., honoured in RCMP memorial ceremony

| The Canadian Press

Among the dignitaries who attended the service were RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson and Saskatchewan Lt. Gov. Vaughn Solomon. Video

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Local News

Suspects sought in connection with fatal assault in Etobicoke

| Toronto staff

Jamal Abdinasir Hassan, 22, and Gonffa Krow, 20, both of Toronto, are wanted by police for second-degree murder.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper during question period, June 7, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick.

National

Soldiers on Viagra part of a list of secrets held by Harper government

| Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press

And there are other subjects the federal Conservatives don't want to talk about.

Insp. Howie Page of holds up a bag containing a research drug at a news conference in Toronto on Sept. 12, 2014. YOUTUBE/Toronto Police Service

Local News

People overdosing on ‘research drugs,’ police say

| Toronto staff

Police said the drugs—ethylphenidate and methylbenzylpiperazine—are purported to produce highs similar to cocaine and ecstasy. Video

Terry Fox Run 2014 Run

Life Local News

Thousands take part in Terry Fox runs across the GTA

| Toronto staff

The organization that bears his name has raised over $650 million to date.

File photo of the CBC building in Toronto. CITYNEWS/Shawne McKeown

Life National

CBC bosses say Canadians ready to pay for broadcaster

| Melanie Marquis, The Canadian Press

The CRTC hearings aimed at developing new rules for the TV industry continue through this week. (7)

A police officer is seen investigating an incident in Toronto in an Aug. 23, 2014 file photo. CITYNEWS

Local News

Tow-truck driver sought after Etobicoke hit-and-run

| Toronto staff

A man was hit by a tow truck in a parking lot on Carlingview Drive, near Dixon Road.

A coyote peers from a backyard on the Neville Park ravine in Toronto on Dec. 31, 2008. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Silvio Santos

Local News

Numerous coyote sightings reported in Ajax

| Toronto staff

Coyotes are generally shy animals and have not attacked any humans in Ontario. Video

Police on scene of a double shooting that left one man dead, Sept. 14, 2014. CITYNEWS/Natalie Duddridge

Local News

Police identify man killed in Scarborough double shooting

| Toronto staff

Another man, in his 50s, is in hospital with serious injuries.

Paul Davis makes his way through the crowd of supporters after the third ballet to win the leadership of the provincial Progressive Conservative Party in St. John's, Sept. 13, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Daly

National

Former police officer to become next premier of Newfoundland and Labrador

| Sue Bailey, The Canadian Press

In the end, Davis won 351 of 677 ballots cast compared to 326 for John Ottenheimer.

This image made from video posted on the Internet by Islamic State militants and provided by the SITE Intelligence Group, a U.S. terrorism watchdog, purports to show British aid worker David Haines before he was beheaded. Sept. 13, 2014. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

International

Video purports to show beheading of British aid worker by ISIS

| CNN

The ISIS video post showing Haines' apparent beheading called his execution "a message to the allies of America."

New Democratic Party leader Thomas Mulcair during question period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on April 26, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

National

Mulcair promises to raise the wage bar for federally regulated workers

| The Canadian Press

NDP leader Tom Mulcair announced in Vancouver today that he would make the minimum wage for workers in federally regulated sectors $15 an hour. (1)

Local News

Scarborough apartment building evacuated due to carbon monoxide leak

| Toronto staff

The Technical Standards and Safety Authority is looking into what caused the leak but fire officials believe work on the boiler might be to blame.

File photo of Toronto police cruisers. CITYNEWS.CA/Shawne McKeown.

Crime Local News

Police say young girl grabbed on way to school in Scarborough

| Toronto staff

The suspect's car is described as a blue, four-door Mazda with rust around the wheels.

File photo of a Toronto police cruiser. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Lars Hagberg

Crime Local News

Carjacking suspect sought by Toronto police

| Toronto staff

A woman was alone in her car on Oxford Street when a man allegedly jumped in her car, indicated he had a gun, and assaulted the victim.

Bhaskar Muniyappa, 30, is accused of sexually assaulting his astrology client on Sept. 11, 2014. HANDOUT/Toronto Police Service

Local News

Astrologer accused of sexually assaulting client

| Toronto staff

Bhaskar Muniyappa, 30, has been charged after an alleged incident near Keele and Lawrence.

Doug Ford speaks to reporters at City Hall on Feb. 20, 2014. CITYNEWS.

Local News

What do we know about Doug Ford?

| Adrian Lee, Macleans.ca

Though he has been ubiquitous at his brother’s side, the now-mayoral candidate is something of an angry cipher. Video (16)

Prime Minister Stephen Harper (centre) and the Aga Khan (left) tour the Aga Khan Museum at the official opening in Toronto on Sept. 12, 2014. HANDOUT/PMO/Deb Ransom

Local News

New Aga Khan Museum and Ismaili complex opens in Toronto

| The Canadian Press

PM Stephen Harper was at the opening ceremony for the first museum in North America devoted to Islamic art.

Emergency Task Force officers leave the Hazelton Hotel in Toronto after a gun call on Sept. 13, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Man arrested after gun call at Yorkville hotel

| Toronto staff

The ETF moved into the hotel and evacuated the units surrounding the suspect's room.

Doug Ford announces his run for mayor in Toronto on Sept. 12, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Doug Ford mayoral campaign likely to be low key to start

| The Canadian Press

The councillor announced he was jumping into the race in place of his brother Mayor Rob Ford. Video