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

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.

Rob Ford on raccoon problem in Toronto

Local News

Mayor Ford warned after visiting polling stations: reports

| Toronto Staff

A letter, dated Saturday, was reportedly sent to Ford from the city clerk's office, stating a clarification of the rules in the Municipal Elections Act. Video

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. (1)

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 (12)

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. (3)

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)

Memorial statue of Jeffrey Baldwin unveiled in Leslieville, Oct. 18, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Jeffrey Baldwin memorial statue unveiled in Leslieville

| Toronto Staff

The five-year-old boy's tragic story moved Ottawa resident Todd Boyce to raise money to build the statue.

National

Trudeau memoir paints frank picture of privileged but painful childhood

| Joan Bryden, The Canadian Press

By the Liberal leader's own account, he was an awkward, insecure, pimply-faced youth who was traumatized by his parents' very public split and his mother's mental illness. (3)

National

Harper warns Canadians about spread of Ebola at polio award ceremony

| The Canadian Press and Adam Miller, The Canadian Press

The World Health Organization says the Ebola outbreak has killed more than 4,500 people in West Africa. (5)

Canada announced it would start to ship an experimental Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organization in Geneva starting Oct. 20, 2014. HANDOUT/Public Health Agency of Canada

International National

Canada to start shipping experimental Ebola vaccine on Monday

| The Canadian Press and Toronto staff

The Public Health Agency of Canada is supplying the vaccine to the UN body in Geneva. (4)

Police released composite sketches of two men wanted in connection with a home invasion robbery in Mississauga on Sept. 22, 2014. HANDOUT/Peel Regional Police

Local News

Suspects at large after Mississauga home invasion

| Toronto staff

A woman was outside her home near Highway 427 and Finch Avenue West, when two men approached and asked for money.

Rescue workers carry the victim of an avalanche before they airlift the body near the Thorong La pass, in Nepal on Oct. 16, 2014. HANDOUT/Nepalese Army

International

Nepal snow storm death toll reaches 38 as rescuers spot 9 more bodies

| Binaj Gurubacharya, The Associated Press

The bodies were seen in a remote mountainous area, but the steep terrain made it impossible for the helicopter to land, said Yadav Koirala from the Disaster Management Division in Kathmandu.

Health workers wearing protective gear wait to carry the body of a person suspected to have died from Ebola, in Monrovia, Liberia, on Oct. 13, 2014. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/Abbas Dulleh

International National

Canada to give $30M more to Ebola response, bringing total to $65M

| Helen Branswell, The Canadian Press

The UN has estimated it will need $1 billion to contain the West African outbreak. Video

Police investigate a fatal stabbing at a house party in Mississauga on Oct. 18, 2014. 680NEWS/Kris McCusker

Local News

1 dead after stabbing at Mississauga house party

| Toronto staff

It happened early Saturday morning near Burnhamthorpe Road West and Glen Erin Drive.

Toronto mayoral fringe candidates debate

Local News Politics

Toronto mayoral fringe candidates debate

| Toronto staff

The Monarch Tavern was the setting for a debate between five lesser known (but definitely no less colourful) Toronto mayoral candidates.

Police Lights

Local News

School bus driver in crisis stopped from driving kids in west end: police sources

| Toronto staff

Toronto paramedics said a man was taken from the school.