Today in the city Toronto 23.01.2020
'Alone and lost': Family of Canadian killed in Ethiopian air crash says government 'abandoned' them

A Toronto couple whose daughter died in a plane crash in March say they're heartened by what Ottawa is doing to support victims of the more recent crash in Iran — but they still feel they were abandon...


Les Raptors signent un 5e gain de suite

Les Raptors de Toronto ont défait les 76ers de Philadelphie au compte de 107-95, mercredi dans la Ville Reine. Toronto signe une cinquième victoire de suite alors que les visiteurs v...


Teachers’ strikes get mixed marks from parents in Toronto

Teachers’ job action wins praise from some parents, criticism from others struggling to juggle jobs and child care.


TTC Subway Derailment Leads To Commuter Chaos Across Toronto

Toronto commuters had quite the journey Wednesday morning following a partial subway derailment that left passengers stranded.Service was cut between Jane and Ossington stations, prompting the Toronto...


Toronto-Made ‘Smells Like My Penis’ Candle Highlights Gender Pay Gap

Gwyneth Paltrow’s “This Candle Smells Like My Vagina,” a $75 candle sold through her “lifestyle brand,” Goop, is the perfect thing for the Internet hoard to rally ag...


Feds, Ontario reach agreement to fund French-language university in Toronto

The federal and Ontario governments have reached a deal on funding a new French-language university in Toronto.


CFL to stage Toronto-Saskatchewan regular-season contest in Halifax 

A CFL source says the league will announce Thursday it will stage a regular-season game between the Toronto Argonauts and Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Nova Scotia capital.


Some of Ontario's biggest hospitals are filled beyond capacity nearly every day, new data reveal

Overcrowding has become so common in Ontario hospitals that patient beds are routinely placed in hallways and conference rooms, research by CBC News reveals.


Toronto Police Officer Who Killed Teen On Streetcar Gets Full Parole

TORONTO — A police officer who fatally shot a distraught teenager on an empty Toronto streetcar in 2013 has won full parole.The only restriction on James Forcillo is that he have no contact with...


James Forcillo, ex-officer who shot and killed teen on streetcar, granted full parole

James Forcillo, the former Toronto police officer who shot teenager Sammy Yatim to death on a TTC streetcar in 2013, has been granted full parole.


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