Canadiens’ Price an MVP favourite

Carey Price could be adding another piece of hardware to his trophy case this spring.

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Farrow pitches different Ward 30
“Change is coming, it’s going to happen. It’s started.” Jane Farrow believes change is the future for her ward and for her city. Following a tumultuous four years at City Hall, the Ward 30 candidate says Torontonians are fed up with gridlock on the streets and gridlock in the council... Read more
Former councillor Bussin eyes City Hall return
Four years after ruling out another run in politics, former Ward 32 councillor, Sandra Bussin wants her old seat back. The riding of Beaches-East York was one of the most brutally fought battles of the 2010 campaign, and it ended with Mary-Margaret McMahon defeating the incumbent Bussin by more... Read more
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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18 year old running for Mayor of Toronto

Morgan Baskin’s campaign to be Toronto’s mayor is an irresistible endeavour.

“I couldn’t answer the question ‘why not?’ anymore,” Baskin says.

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Ford Must Go protest nears 30-day mark

As the Rob Ford Must Go sit-in at Toronto City Hall approaches 30 days of operation, the message remains clear: ‘We’re sitting until Ford goes.’

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SkedLive February 28, 2014
Skedline City Council Report: February 28, 2014
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SkedLive February 27, 2014

Rob Ford could be off the wagon.

Toronto’s mayor has admitted he was drinking a “little bit” when he was caught on a video posted on YouTube today that shows him speaking and cursing in Jamaican patois at a Rexdale restaurant.

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