Champions League trophy likely to stay in Spain: poll
As the Champions League moves into its final stages some teams are proving to be hot favourites to win the tournament. Sixteen teams are left in what is arguably the most competitive club team soccer tournament on earth. This week, teams are preparing to kick off the second leg... Read more
Incumbency a tough thing to beat
Mary-Margaret McMahon knows a thing or two about incumbency. The Beaches-East York councillor beat incumbent Sandra Bussin in the 2010 municipal election. This year, she easily held off her competitors to win re-election. But McMahon is not completely in favour of the advantages she has as an incumbent. ‘‘I’m... Read more
Nick Di Nizio looks to unseat controversial incumbent Giorgio Mammoliti
He’s going up against one of the longest sitting members of Toronto City Council. But Nick Di Nizio is not afraid. ‘‘It’s going to be a slug out right until the end. And it might get dirty and it might get bad, but we are ready for that. We... Read more
With incumbents gone, runners-up eye open council seats
One hundred and nine votes. Justin Di Ciano lost his 2010 bid for Toronto City Council by just 109 votes. ‘‘The way the election ended last time with a re-count, it wasn’t how we wanted it to end. A lot of people thought we won. Then they woke up... Read more
HSF announces by-election for presidential position

Humber students will have to go to the polls once again to cast their vote for HSF president of the 2014-15 academic year.

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Peel officer stable after Brampton court shooting

A Peel police officer is in stable condition after he was shot at the Brampton courthouse today.

Const. Mike Klarenbeek, a 29-year police veteran, was rushed to Toronto’s Sunnybrook hospital after the shooting at the A. Grenville and William Davis Courthouse at 11 a.m.

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Toronto considers regulations on indoor waterpipe smoking

A new report has the city of Toronto looking into how to best deal with the risks of indoor waterpipe smoking.

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Skedline reporter Adam Jonsson and videographer Brad MacDonald covered Olivia Chow’s official announcement of her mayoralty candidacy Thursday at a St. Jamestown church.

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