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Neil McNeil was evacuated Friday afternoon after a nearby gas leak on Kingston Road. COURTESY: Patrick Nadeau

Kingston Road gas leak capped; power being restored to 4,500 customers

| Showwei Chu

The gas line was repaired by Enbridge around 5 p.m.

Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca takes questions from reporters at Queen's Park in Toronto on Nov. 20, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

By the numbers: MTO maintenance contractors fined $3.2M in 2013

| Showwei Chu

Ontario’s transportation minister says the province fined its maintenance contractors $3.2 million last year for doing their job late.

Firefighters respond to a crash at Kipling Station in Toronto on Nov. 21, 2014. 680NEWS/Anthony Guerra

Local News

Car plows through fence at Kipling subway station

| Neetu Seupersadsingh

The vehicle was rear-ended in the passenger drop-off area on Friday afternoon.

Neil McNeil was evacuated Friday afternoon after a nearby gas leak on Kingston Road. COURTESY: Patrick Nadeau

Local News

Kingston Road gas leak capped; power being restored to 4,500 customers

| Showwei Chu

The gas line was repaired by Enbridge around 5 p.m.

A York Regional Police badge is shown in a 2014 file photo. CITYNEWS

Local News

Suspect may have injury from Richmond Hill sex assault

| Marcia Chen

Police believe the man may have injured his right hand during the attack and said it may still be visible.

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

Local News

Mississauga, Brampton to hold education sessions on coyote safety

| Charlene Close and Toronto staff

At least four dogs in Mississauga and two humans in Brampton have been attacked in recent weeks. Video (1)

Nathan Phillips Square

Local News

15 of Toronto’s outdoor skating rinks to open Saturday

| Charlene Close and Toronto staff

Among them, Nathan Phillips Square and the new, covered rink and skating path at Greenwood Park. Video

A police officer takes notes while investigating a stabbing inside a Burrito Boyz restaurant in North York on Nov. 15, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

3 arrested after stabbing at North York Burrito Boyz

| Marcia Chen

A 23-year-old man was taken to hospital with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries on Saturday.

Mayor Rob Ford signs bobblehead dolls at Toronto City Hall on Nov. 21, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Rob Ford signs bobbleheads at city hall during last days as mayor

| The Canadian Press, Sarah-Joyce Battersby and Marcia Chen

The outgoing Toronto mayor is selling the dolls to raise funds for the two hospitals that have been treating him for cancer. Video (4)

A Toronto Maple Leafs jersey sits on the ice during a game against the Detroit Red Wings at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Oct. 17, 2014. NHL

Local News Sports

Leafs captain Phaneuf says team didn’t mean to snub fans by skipping salute

| Chris Johnston, Sportsnet and Toronto staff

"We have great respect for our fans," he insisted. "It was more about our team and changing up our routine." Video (10)

The entrance to a Royal Bank of Canada office is seen in Orlando, Fla., on April 7, 2011. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/John Raoux.

Business National

Royal Bank plans changes at RBC Wealth Management, expects job losses

| The Canadian Press

RBC didn't confirm a newspaper report that the restructuring could affect 300 employees.

A woman was struck and killed at Finch Ave. W. and Driftwood Ave. on Friday morning. CTYNEWS/Peter Dworschak

Local News

Woman struck, killed by minivan near Jane and Finch

| Sarah-Joyce Battersby

Bystanders attempted to give the woman CPR.

Toronto police at the scene after a woman was stabbed in Rexdale on Nov. 20, 2014. CITYNEWS/John Hanley

Local News

Woman stabbed in domestic-related incident in Rexdale

| Patricia D'Cunha

Toronto police say the stabbing was family-related, and the suspect has mental-health issues. (1)

A fire broke out at a home on Cabernet Circle in Rexdale on Nov. 21, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Family members safe after house fire in Rexdale

| Toronto staff and Patricia D'Cunha

Five people live in the home, including two children and a baby.

A three-alarm fire broke out on Withrow Avenue on Nov. 21, 2014. CITYNEWS/Kevin Frankish

Local News

Woman, 81, found dead inside Riverdale home destroyed by fire

| Sarah-Joyce Battersby

Neighbours say the dead woman was called Angela, who was often called Angie. Video

TTC streetcar. File photo. CITYNEWS.CA/Shawne McKeown.

Local News

No charges after customer complains of sexual activity on TTC streetcar

| Toronto Staff and Michael Talbot

Police said three people — two men and a woman — removed articles of clothing on a packed 504 streetcar. (1)

CBC-TV journalist Linden MacIntyre is shown in a handout photo. MacIntyre has not been barred from appearing on CBC News Network this week despite an internal public broadcaster memo to the contrary. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ho-Joe Passaretti

Local News

CBC not barring Linden MacIntyre interviews despite internal memo

| Laura Kane, The Canadian Press

MacIntyre is retiring this week after some 24 years co-hosting "The Fifth Estate."

G20 Police at Queen and Spadina, June 26, 2010.  CITYNEWS.CA, Michael Talbot.

Local News

TVO’s Steve Paikin testifies at G20 police hearing

| Paola Loriggio, The Canadian Press

I'd never seen cops 'kettle' peaceful protesters, Paikin said.

Snowfall makes for a slippery drive home in the GTA

Local News

6 winter tips for drivers from Toronto police

| Showwei Chu

Clinton Stibbe of Traffic Services advises against the use of candles in the car as they can be a fire hazard. (3)

Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca takes questions from reporters at Queen's Park in Toronto on Nov. 20, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News Weather

Ontario probes whether salters, plows late clearing GTA roads

| Marcia Chen

Last year, the province fined its maintenance contractors $3.2 million. Video (2)

Mayor Rob Ford signs bobble head dolls at Toronto City Hall on Nov. 12, 2013. CITYNEWS/Showwei Chu

Local News

Rob Ford to sell off remaining bobble head dolls

| The Canadian Press

The outgoing Toronto mayor said the proceeds will go to the two hospitals that have been treating him for cancer. Video (6)