Ten days of remembrance have begun for South African leader Nelson Mandela, who died at age 95 of a lung infection. He was at his home in the Johannesburg suburb of Houghton, his family by his side. A public memorial is set for December 10th at Johannesburg’s FNB Stadium, followed by a state funeral on December Read More
Just after 3 a.m., the Toronto police pulled over a white car with two arson suspects they’ve been following and investigating for the past three weeks. While searching the car the police found a gym bag in the trunk which contained an incendiary device. And called in the Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives team (ATF). Read More
Mayor Rob Ford is unlikely to seek an injunction to block today city council meeting, despite reports saying he would try to stop the meeting to block any attempts to further limit his powers. The historic event will take place today at City Hall today at 12:30 pm. The council is Read More
Don’t forget to listen into ‘Gospel Morning with Fitzroy Gordon and Alicia DeCosta’ this Sunday November 17th from 6am-10am, for the on-going disaster relief in the Philippines. In association with the Ontario Seventh-Day Adventist Church, this four hour segment is to help raise funds and support, for those directly affected in the wake of Read More
OTTAWA — Cellphone customers will be able to walk away from their contracts after two years without any early-cancellation penalties under a set of new rules unveiled Monday by the CRTC. But the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission didn’t go as far as an outright ban on the controversial three-year contracts that are so widely Read More
Two Canadian residents were charged yesterday for allegedly planning to attack a Via Rail passenger train in what the RCMP is calling the first known al-Qaida directed plot in this country.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Toronto and much of southern Ontario for strong winds and possible thunderstorms Friday.
Environment Canada issued a winter storm watch for the city and the Greater Toronto Area for tomorrow.
This weekend there will be some closures on the TTC, due to repairs on both the Bloor-Danforth and Yonge lines.
A list of what’s open and closed this long weekend For those celebrating we wish you a very Happy Easter. Full list below: