- Senator and former Montreal Canadiens coach Jacques Demers has been hospitalized, but his office said Saturday it was too early to provide any details.
- Teemu Selanne scoring twice, including the winner with four seconds left, and adding three assists as the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Edmonton Oilers 6-5 in the Heritage Classic alumni game.
- Sat, Oct 22: One man is dead after an early morning shooting in Streetsville. As Erica Vella reports, a secondary scene could be connected to the fatal shooting.
- Mathieu Perreault's experience playing outdoor hockey may come in handy when the Winnipeg Jets face off against the Edmonton Oilers in Sunday's Heritage Classic.
- The Edmonton Oilers and Winnipeg Jets veteran hockey players and the new kids all take to the ice this Heritage Classic 2016 weekend.
- Canada's largest bookseller distributed what it claimed were autographed copies of Wayne Gretzky's new book when in fact the books were machine-stamped instead.
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- One man is dead and five other people are recovering in hospital after four shootings overnight in Mississauga and Toronto.
- We compare mobile plans from Rogers, Bell, Telus, Fido, Virgin, Mobilicity, Wind, and PC Mobile to show you exactly what they offer the average Canadian cellphone user.
- No winning ticket was sold for Friday night's $25 million Lotto Max jackpot.
- A road trip to New York City in the fall is a great weekend escape for those of us in Toronto, Montreal or the Maritimes. Here are four things to do if you plan to make the trek.
- Gord Downie left no room for interpretation on Friday as he performed 'Secret Path,' which could be his final public concert.
- Global News at 11 on Global Toronto for Friday, October 21, 2016.
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- The Tragically Hip’s front man Gord Downie performs songs from his solo album, Secret Path, at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall.
- Global News at 5:30 on Global Toronto for Friday, October 21, 2016. Hosted by Alan Carter and Farah Nasser.
- Fri, Oct 21: It could be a Martini, Old Fashioned or a Sidecar but the odds are, Joe Gomes has made it a hundred times over. But after 57 years, Gomes is retiring from the Park Hyatt Hotel’s Rooftop Bar.
- Fri, Oct 21: 57 years after starting to process raw sugar on Toronto’s waterfront, the Redpath factory continues to operate. Condo and office developments have changed the landscape around it but the company says it plans to stay and try to fit in. Mark McAllister reports.
- Fri, Oct 21: A new book on the Jian Ghomeshi scandal by Toronto Star journalist Kevin Donovan looks at the former CBC radio star’s dating history. Alan Carter has more.
- Fri, Oct 21: Police are hoping for tips that lead to the arrest of at least three men responsible for killing Jarryl Hagley early Sunday morning. Ashley Carter reports on the new surveillance video police have released.
- Fri, Oct 21: Global News has discovered that a large quantity of Wayne Gretzky’s new book shipped by Chapters Indigo do not contain the authentic autograph promised to customers. As Sean O’Shea reports, the retailer says this is never happened before and it’s working with the publisher on finding a solution.
- Fri, Oct 21: A major artery in and out of Toronto will be completely shut down to traffic from 11:00 p.m., Friday to 5:00 a.m., Monday. Peter Kim reports
- Fri, Oct 21: The reaction was immediate and overwhelming, the screams deafening. Minna Rhee had a preview of haunted attraction Screemers and took a deeper look at the science of fear.
- Fri, Oct 21: Today medical experts are changing the way they think about how much time children spend in front of the television, laptop or smart phones. For years, the American Academy of Pediatrics has suggested to parents to limit their child’s screen time to no more than two hours per day. But since children...
- Fri, Oct 21: Eighteen pedestrians were struck by vehicles in Toronto Thursday. Among them, one woman died and a young boy was seriously injured. Mark Carcasole reports.
- Fri, Oct 21: Expert driving instructor Angelo DiCicco shows us how to deal with slippery conditions and ways to gain control when hydroplaning. Ashley Molnar has more.
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- Police have released surveillance video of three suspects wanted in the "brazen" shooting of a Toronto teenager, who was gunned down while eating with friends at a Pizza Pizza in the city's north-end.
- Canada's cities say housing is becoming increasingly unaffordable at every income level, and the federal government's plans for a national housing strategy need to include billions more for social housing to confront the problem.
- A woman who threw pumpkin seeds at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Hamilton today is being questioned by the RCMP. Trudeau was leaving city hall after meeting with the mayor, when the woman hurled the seeds at him, shouting, “Keep your promises!” She was immediately tackled to the ground by security.
- Bombardier announced 2,000 Canadian workers will be laid-off by 2018. The company said job losses will be offset by the 3,700 new jobs in low-cost countries.
- Toronto police have released surveillance video of a teenager fatally shot in a north-end Pizza Pizza earlier this month. Jarryl Hagley was gunned down in the early hours of Oct. 12 while eating with a group of friends. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.
- Winnipeg was the final stop of the CARP Chapter West Coast tour. Chair, Renee Lewis opened up her home to host a board meeting with both Winnipeg West and East Chapters.In the afternoon, Mr. Steven Fletcher, MLA for the Assiniboia riding, hosted a community meeting where Wanda presented CARP’s caregiver campaign. Mr. Fletcher expressed his concern over the lack of built accessible environment and the need for improvements for people living with disabilities.
He had previously represented t
- It was a full day of events in Regina. The day kick started with meetings with policy advisors at the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Social Services.Regina chapter hosted a local community event with Wanda Morris as their guest speaker. The day ended with a candid discussion on chapter structure with all 9 board members.
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- Wanda Morris, VP Advocacy attended the Seniors Expert Advisory Council meeting with key stakeholders to talk about how to protect the investments and financial security of older Canadians. Investor Protection is one of our year’s key priorities.
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- A convicted killer who is the heir to a multi-million dollar aviation company will apply for legal aid to help fund his defence in two upcoming murder trials.
- Its a busy week ahead as CARP welcomes the Chapter Advisory Group to Toronto. We are looking forward to a vigorous schedule where we can hear feedback and exchange ideas to help form our strategic plans for 2017. The visit coincides with one of our signature events, The Zoomer Show, taking place October 29th and 30th at Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, Hall A- 100 Princess Blvd, Toronto Ontario. It is a great opportunity to celebrate all things Zoomer while working towards a common
- Wanda Morris, VP Advocacy and Wade Poziomka, Director of Policy met with executive staff from IIROC to discuss our campaign to ensure fines to financial advisors are collected. Currently the regulator does not have the power to enforce payment and there are 30 million in unpaid fines. With minimal consequences, the current system does not deter people from acting against the rules. We are advocating for changes to ensure follow through on collection of fines.
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- A woman who threw pumpkin seeds at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Hamilton today is being questioned by the RCMP.
- Ontario will import enough electricity from Quebec to power a city of over 200,000 people under a seven-year agreement signed Friday at a joint cabinet meeting of the two governments.
- A protester was taken down by security during a photo op for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Hamilton, ON Friday morning after she allegedly threw pumpkin seeds at the PM and shouted for him to “keep your promises!”
- The Gardiner Expressway is shutting down for fall maintenance, so too is a large stretch of the subway. Peter Kim has the details.
- 18 pedestrians were struck by cars on Toronto streets Thursday. Police say accountability is 50/50 and those driving and those walking on our roads need to be aware of their surroundings. Mark Carcasole reports.
- The regulating body for professional engineers in Ontario is investigating the possibility of incompetence in the failure of the Nipigon River bridge last January, which severed a critical link on the Trans-Canada Highway.
- The Sun
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- A bid to host Expo 2025 in Toronto is getting widespread support among Canadians, according to a new poll released Friday.
- After the release of his album “Summerland,” Coleman Hell stopped by The Morning Show to perform his newest single “Fireproof.”
- Beauty blogger and YouTube sensation Estee Lalonde stopped by The Morning Show to discuss her memoir “Bloom: Navigating Life and Style.”
- Jonathan and Drew Scott stopped by The Morning Show to discuss the upcoming season of “Property Brothers” and dish on their home renovation secrets with a trivia game.
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