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An advance polling station in Toronto. CITYNEWS.

Record number of people cast ballots during Toronto’s advance vote

| Diana Pereira and Toronto staff

More than 10 per cent of the 1.6-million eligible voters cast their ballots. (5)

This scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicts a number of Ebola virions. GETTY IMAGES/Media For Medical.

International

Panic attacks over Ebola virus sprout up in strange spots in the U.S.

| Alexander Panetta, The Canadian Press

A middle-school principal in Mississippi is on leave from work this week because he recently set foot on the African continent.

Police Cruiser Lights 3:2

National

PMO says man in attack against Canadian Forces members had ‘become radicalized’

| The Canadian Press

Police say one of the two Canadian Forces members is in critical condition.

Artist Mike McLaughlin puts the finishing touch on a drawing of alleged killer Luka Rocco Magnotta seen in court Wednesday, January 9, 2013 in Montreal. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson

National

Magnotta first-degree murder trial hears from Harper’s deputy chief of staff

| Sidhartha Banerjee, The Canadian Press

Jenni Byrne was the Conservatives' director of political operations when a partially opened package arrived at party headquarters in Ottawa on May 29, 2012. Video

National

Canada won’t send medical staff to West Africa without evacuation plan: Ambrose

| The Canadian Press and Steve Rennie, The Canadian Press

Canada has an arrangement with the United States, which uses private charter airline Phoenix Air to handle Ebola patients.

An advance polling station in Toronto. CITYNEWS.

Local News

Record number of people cast ballots during Toronto’s advance vote

| Diana Pereira and Toronto staff

More than 10 per cent of the 1.6-million eligible voters cast their ballots. (5)

Premier Kathleen Wynne responds to comments made by Opposition Leader Tim Hudak, at Queen's Park in Toronto on March 27, 2014. ONTARIO PARLIAMENT

Local News

Ontario legislature resumes Monday for first time with Liberal majority government

| Toronto staff

Premier Wynne is promising to move forward with a plan to create the Ontario Pension Plan. (4)

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge; Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George of Cambridge pose for an official family portrait at Kensington Palace on March 18, 2014 in London, England. Jason Bell/Camera Press via Getty Images.

International

Kate and Wills expecting second Royal baby in April

| Sarah-Joyce Battersby

Kate and Wills are expecting their second child in April. Video

TTC streetcars are lined up on a Toronto street in an undated file photo. CITYNEWS.CA/Shawne McKeown

Local News

Section of Bathurst closed for road work, DVP weekend closure upcoming

| Toronto staff

Buses have replaced streetcars on the 511 Bathurst route during the track work.

File photo of a Canada Post delivery truck. CITYNEWS.

Local News National

Door-to-door mail delivery being phased out starting Monday

| Toronto staff

Oakville will be among the first 11 cities to be switched to community mailboxes, but the exact date is not yet known. Video (18)

Toronto doctor unsure what needs to be done to protect front-line workers from Ebola

Health National

Canada-made experimental Ebola vaccine goes out Monday

| Toronto staff and The Canadian Press

The CDC reports 8,997 cases of Ebola with 4,493 deaths in 2014 across seven countries. Video (1)

Rob Ford on raccoon problem in Toronto

Local News

Mayor Ford warned after visiting polling stations

| Toronto staff

Ford has defended himself by saying he is driving seniors to polling stations. Video (12)

Justin Trudeau

National

Trudeau suggests Harper’s planned tax cuts could be reversed by Liberal gov’t

| The Canadian Press

He says he's made a promise as leader of the party to build an economy with a strong and growing middle class. (1)

The headquarters of the Toronto Police Service are shown in a 2014 file photo. CITYNEWS

Local News

29 community award winners honoured by police

| Toronto staff

The Community Member Awards were presented at an afternoon ceremony at police headquarters. (2)

Mayoral candidate John Tory talks to reporters in Toronto on July 17, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News Politics

John Tory endorsed by Toronto Sun, Globe and Mail

| Toronto staff

Two other Toronto-based dailies, The Toronto Star and the National Post, have yet to endorse a mayoral candidate. Video (17)

National

A glimpse behind the public-health scenes should Ebola virus arrive in Canada

| Steve Rennie, The Canadian Press

The Public Health Agency of Canada has two teams of public health experts and epidemiologists on standby in case a patient tests positive for Ebola.

scotiabank toronto marathon

Life Local News Sports

Thousands lace up for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon

| Toronto staff

Runners of all levels (including superheroes) and those cheering them on packed the streets in downtown Toronto on Sunday morning.

Zackary Jelovsek, 19, died after a stabbing in Mississauga on Oct. 19, 2014. HANDOUT/Peel Regional Police

Local News

3 charged after fatal Mississauga stabbing

| Toronto staff

Zack Jelovsek,19, died in hospital after the incident outside a home near Burnhamthorpe Road West and Glen Erin Drive. Video

A Durham Regional Police Service badge is shown on Feb. 6, 2010. FLICKR/2010 Legal Observers

Local News

Police attempt to ID body washed up on Pickering shores

| Toronto staff

Residents came across the body while walking their dog in Frenchman’s Bay.

National

Gauging promises kept, with exactly 1 year until federal election

| Stephanie Levitz, The Canadian Press

In the speech given in October 2013, the Conservative government listed over 100 things it wanted to achieve. (4)

scotiabank toronto marathon

Local News

Toronto Waterfront Marathon: road closures, route map & other info

| Patricia D'Cunha

Several road closures will be in effect for Sunday's event. Video (2)