- Ontario Provincial Police say cheese, cash, DVDs, fudge, meat sticks, maple syrup, shortbread, garbage tags, chocolate bars, stamps, international books, and pre-stamped envelopes and Marilyn Monroe stamps were taken.
- Global News at 5:30 on Global Toronto for Friday, February 24, 2017. Hosted by Alan Carter and Farah Nasser.
- Fri, Feb 24: Halfway through Bloor bike lanes, numbers show good news for cyclists, bad news for drivers. City of Toronto data shows drivers’ commute times are up as times for cyclists go down. Mark Carcasole reports.
- Fri, Feb 24: The country’s auto industry is booming after a year of record new car sales. As Sean O’Shea reports, manufacturers depend on auto shows to help drive sales.
- Fri, Feb 24: CN rail had a major power failure Friday morning that brought down the traffic control system for freight and passenger trains in southwestern ontario. GO Transit was majorly impacted by the outage. Ashley Carter reports.
- Ontario Energy Minister Glenn Thibeault has issued a mea culpa on the way the Liberal government implemented its Green Energy plan. Thibeault says the implementation of the Green Energy Act has led to “sub-optimal outcomes” for consumers and to increased prices in electricity for families and businesses in Ontario. In a speech delivered Friday to...
- Fentanyl is at the centre of an opioid overdose crisis spreading across Canada and while hundreds have lost their lives to the powerful painkiller, some Canadians say they need the medication to survive.
- Fri, Feb 24: The provincial Liberal government is hoping to ease anger over the high cost of green energy. Alan Carter has more.
- Fentanyl overdoses are on the rise and officials say they have reached crisis levels. But it is easy to forget fentanyl exists to help those with extreme and chronic pain. Christina Stevens speaks with two families about their different experiences with the drug.
- Fri, Feb 24: Toronto Public Health officials say the outbreak is linked to several west downtown bars. Marianne Dimain reports.
- Fri, Feb 24: When a romantic relationship ends, does that mean it’s the end of any relationship as well? A study done at Kansas State University looked at 7,000 couples who use social media. It found that if a partner had platonic, but frequent contact, with an old flame online or even flirted with others,...
- Fri, Feb 24: The former Bank of Toronto building at 205 Yonge St. is on the market and bidding starts at $1. Minna Rhee gets an exclusive tour of the one-of-a-kind fixer-upper that’s situated across from the Toronto Eaton Centre.
- The team says so far -- defenceman Troy Stecher is the only player with a confirmed test result, but four more players, including Chris Tanev, Nikita Tryamkin, Mike Chaput and Markus Granlund have each presented symptoms, according to Canucks General Manager Jim Benning.
- Police say the accident occurred in the driveway of the family home in Lincoln, Ont., about 35 kilometres southeast of Hamilton.
- A 79-year-old resident of a Barrie, Ont., long-term care centre has been charged with two arson-related offences after police said his room was set on fire.
- Nova Scotia RCMP have laid multiple charges and seized drugs, weapons and cash following a 1.5 year international drug trafficking investigation.
- Meet our country’s newest Canadians. 50 individuals from 27 countries took the oath at Toronto’s Ismaili Centre. Farah Nasser led a focus group with the new Canadians and spoke to them about their journey.
- Police in Ontario say grabbing a coffee led to the arrest of a woman accused of making a hoax gun call to 911.
- York regional police say a 27-year-old Toronto man has been sentenced after being found guilty of second-degree murder and aggravated assault in connection with a double shooting in Vaughan, Ont.
- Provincial police say four members of a Chapleau, Ont., family died in a collision Thursday morning on Highway 101 in northeastern Ontario.
- A mumps outbreak in Toronto linked to west-end bars has spread to three more people, bringing the total number of cases in the city to 17.
- A power outage that halted the entire commuter rail system in the Toronto and Hamilton area Friday morning is now over, but GO Transit says only some trains have resumed travel.
- Service is on hold across the Toronto and Hamilton area's commuter rail system due to a power outage at the CN Rail traffic control centre.
- “When the picture was tweeted, we immediately looked into it, located it, and removed it within half an hour.”
- Toronto firefighters came to the rescue of a small dog early Friday morning which became trapped underneath the engine compartment of an SUV on Degrassi Street north of Queen Street East.
- Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three-time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award. Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding...
- Mike can wheel on any topic from local politics to the latest movie release to the best guitar solos in rock history. He’s an info junkie with a huge frame-of-reference and experience to draw from. And just try to stump him on Simpsons trivia. Irreverent, relevant…Mike Stafford. Contact Mike Stafford
- He’s intelligent, opinionated, and not afraid to tackle issues that some might deem politically incorrect. One of Toronto’s most respected and experienced broadcasters, John Oakley’s articulate and thought-provoking discussion will ensure listeners are never at a loss for information or dinnertime conversation. Oakley’s unique brand of smart and controversial radio, mixed with a healthy touch of humour,...
- Kelly Cutrara has been a regular in Canadian broadcasting for the past two decades. Working from almost one end of the country to the other (as well as a stint across the pond in Dublin Ireland) Cutrara earned her chops in various forms of radio – from public to private, music to talk, and satellite...
- Toronto comedian Noah Maloney is eating a photo of Jason Segel every day. He joins the show to explain why
- Style expert Liv Judd-Soye gives her fashion predictions for the Oscars
- Sarah Britton talks about her new book, Naturally Nourished
The ramifications for an off duty cop who pulled and fired his gun during an altercation with a 13-year-oldSecurity expert Ross McLean explains how an altercation involving a cop escalated in to a very dangerous situation
- Fri, Feb 24: Firefighters managed to free a scared dog that somehow lodged itself underneath a SUV engine compartment in east-end Toronto overnight.
- Vehicle travel times on Bloor Street have increased following the installation of dedicated bicycle lanes.
- Firefighters managed to free a scared dog that somehow lodged itself underneath a SUV engine compartment in east-end Toronto overnight.
- A new business called Homeless Toronto is being accused of exploiting those who are homeless as the company works to donate a portion of its proceeds.
- Driving a bicycle and violating road rules could result in more than just a ticket and stiff fine. Some cyclists discovered after pleading guilty that they were assessed demerit points, which could affect their driving privileges and insurance rates.
- A Liberal backbencher who introduced an anti-Islamophobia motion that unanimously passed the Ontario legislature Thursday says, despite all-party support, she has received racist backlash.
- Global News at 5:30 on Global Toronto for Thursday, February 23, 2017. Hosted by Alan Carter and Farah Nasser.
- Thu, Feb 23: Driving a bicycle and violating road rules could result in more than just a ticket and stiff fine. Some cyclists discovered after pleading guilty that they were assessed demerit points, which could affect their driving privileges and their insurance rates. Sean O’Shea reports.
- Thu, Feb 23: Families who are banding together to get funding for surgery for children with cerebral palsy are starting to see progress. The official opposition in Ontario has taken notice and is holding the government to task. Christina Stevens reports.
- Thu, Feb 23: The report recommends almost three dozen changes to policing in Toronto, including more community policing. Mark Carcasole reports.
- Thu, Feb 23: Thursday marked the warmest February temperature in Toronto on record. Ashley Carter caught up with Toronto residents who were out and about enjoying the day.
- Thu, Feb 23: Do you know the saying “Fools rush in?” Well when it comes to love, it seems men are in a bigger hurry than women are. Susan Hay reports.
- Thu, Feb 23: The OPP say undercover officers purchased 11,500 pills believed to contain fentanyl. Catherine McDonald has more on the concern to anyone considering taking illicit drugs.
Manchester United transfer news: Ajax wonderkid Daishawn Redan to reject Old Trafford move and pen new deal - The SunThe Sun
Manchester United transfer news: Ajax wonderkid Daishawn Redan to reject Old Trafford move and pen new deal
AJAX sensation Daishawn Redan is set to turn down Manchester United by signing a new contract at the Dutch giants. The Red Devils were desperate to land the prospect in January with reports claiming the 16-year-old was at United's training ground a ...
Ajax man among suspects charged in multi-jurisdictional gun and drug trafficking investigation - durhamregion.comdurhamregion.com
Ajax man among suspects charged in multi-jurisdictional gun and drug trafficking investigation
DURHAM — An Ajax man is among 18 suspects charged in what police say is an international illegal gun and drug smuggling operation. The 18-month investigation, dubbed 'Project Silkstone', focused on gun and drug trafficking along the Highway 401 ...and more »
- The Ontario Energy Board has ordered utility companies in the province to reconnect all customers currently without power.
Spurs stunned; Roma, Ajax, advance
Unheralded Gent stunned Tottenham at Wembley as their more illustrious fellow Belgians Anderlecht, Ajax and Lyon also progressed to the Europa League last 16 on Thursday. Among those joining this quartet in Friday's draw at Uefa's headquarters in Nyon ...and more »
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