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FILE--Annaleise Carr is covered in a blanket after finishing her record breaking overnight Lake Ontario swim from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Toronto on Sunday August 19, 2012. Carr has completed her marathon swim across Lake Erie, after returning to the water late last night to finish the exhausting final leg of her journey. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Michelle Siu

Annaleise Carr powers through the night to finish marathon swim across Lake Erie

| Adam Miller, The Canadian Press

Carr is swimming to raise money for Camp Trillium, a camp for children with cancer.

Business Report: CNE admission prices, Second Cup struggling

Life Local News

Fun, food, & flight: Your favourite moments from the 136th CNE

| Justin Piercy

Viewers share their photos and video of midway rides, adventurous food, and aerial acrobatics.


Duelling reports: Finance rebuts grim analysis by another federal department

| Dean Beeby, The Canadian Press

The wealthiest one per cent collecting 8.6 per cent of all 2011 income, compared with 5.8 per cent of all income in 1982.

6:55 AM, Monday - Half way there!


Annaleise Carr powers through the night to finish marathon swim across Lake Erie

| Adam Miller, The Canadian Press

Carr is swimming to raise money for Camp Trillium, a camp for children with cancer.

File photo of VIA Rail Canada at Union Station. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Francis Vachon.


VIA train hits pedestrian near Ottawa

| Toronto Staff

VIA Rail service on the Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto route is experiencing delays.

2 cat cafes coming to Toronto


Cat cafe in Montreal claims to be North America’s first

| Benjamin Shingler, The Canadian Press

The Cafe des Chats, which opened its doors on Saturday, is a lot like a regular coffee house — except it's home to eight cats. Video (1)

A firefighter walks past the scene of a fire in Mississauga on Aug. 31, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Crews battle fire at abandoned Mississauga home

| Toronto staff

It happened early Sunday morning on Full Moon Circle, near Eglinton Avenue East and Central Parkway.

Police tape cordons off an area on Oak St., where police say two people were stabbed on Sunday. Tracy Tong/CityNews

Crime Local News

Suspect in custody after downtown double stabbing

| Toronto staff

One man is in life-threatening condition in hospital after a double stabbing on Sunday afternoon near River and Gerrard streets.

The Lester B. Pearson Building, housing the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, is seen in Ottawa on Sept. 29, 2010. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Francis Vachon

International National

Canadian among passengers in Bolivia tour bus crash that killed 10

| The Canadian Press

A bus returning to La Paz from the Salar de Uyuni salt flats crashed on Saturday.

Partial film list for TIFF 2014 unveiled

Entertainment Entertainment News Local News Movies

TIFF computer glitch causes world premiere of 2 films to be oversold

| Toronto staff

Some festival-goers who had bought tickets to highly anticipated world premieres are out of luck. Video (2)

An RCMP badge is seen during a police memorial parade in Ottawa on Sept. 26, 2010. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Francis Vachon

International National

Canadian criminals find ‘high reward’ in Australian drug trade: police

| Ethan Lou, The Canadian Press

Most of the cocaine brought into Australia comes from Chile, with Canada second, climbing three spots since 2010.

The TTC's new streetcars feature low floors, air conditioning and double the capacity of the older vehicles. HANDOUT/TTC

Local News

New TTC streetcar debuts on Spadina

| Marcia Chen

The accessible state-of-the-art streetcar set off on its inaugural run from Spadina Station on Sunday morning. Video

A Toronto fire truck is shown in an undated file photo. CITYNEWS.CA/Shawne McKeown

Local News

Residents safe after becoming trapped during Parkdale fire

| Toronto staff

It happened in a highrise on West Lodge Avenue, near Queen Street West and Lansdowne Avenue.

Damage is shown to a car after a crash on Highway 401 in Etobicoke on Aug. 31, 2014. CITYNEWS/Jason MacLellan

Local News

6 hurt in Hwy. 401 crash in Etobicoke

| Toronto staff

It happened early Sunday morning in the eastbound lanes, east of Highway 427.

A Nigerian port health official wears protective gear at the arrivals hall of Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, Nigeria, on Aug. 6, 2014. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/Sunday Alamba

Health Life National

Lab team from Ebola zone back in Canada

| Helen Branswell, The Canadian Press

They were deemed healthy and allowed to travel to private residences where they will enter a period of isolation.

Guang Hua Liu's body parts were discovered in Toronto and Mississauga days after she vanished in 2012. HANDOUT/TPS

Local News

Toronto man who dismembered ex gets life sentence, no parole for 18 years

| Paola Loriggio, The Canadian Press

Chun Qi Jiang stabbed 41-year-old Guang Hua Liu to death two years ago. Video

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

Local News

Cyclist hit by TTC streetcar on Queen West

| Toronto staff

The man, in his 30s, was taken to a hospital in the area.

Police identified Jorge Interiano, pictured, as the victim of a severe beating in the Bloor Street West and Ossington Avenue area of Toronto on Saturday morning. HANDOUT

Local News

Homicide detectives identify victim found near Bloor & Ossington

| Toronto staff

Jorge Interiano, 40, was found with life-threatening injuries outside a hair salon on Concord Avenue.

Police investigate a fatal hit-and-run in Toronto on Aug. 30, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Man dead after hit-and-run on St. Clair West

| Toronto staff

Three other pedestrians are in hospital after they were also hit by vehicles in Toronto.


Local News

Mayoral candidates’ debate focuses on racial profiling, public housing & more

| Showwei Chu

The Diversity Advancement Network hosted candidates Rob Ford, Olivia Chow, John Tory and David Soknacki, as well as Dewitt Lee and D!onne Renée. (12)

The Inside Story: Family blames Toronto police after officer commits suicide

Local News

EXCLUSIVE: Police board given chief’s report on officers’ suicides

| Avery Haines and Toronto staff

Const. Clint Cibulis and Sgt. Richard “Bucky” Rogers both hanged themselves in recent months.