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Two Toronto Police officers swam to a flooded elevator and used a crowbar to rescue two men trapped in a building elevator last night....

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Tuesday night’s heavy rain and flash floods still reflecting on Torontonians life this morning with delays, structural damages and power outages while more showers are on the way....

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Premier Doug Ford confirmed the Progressive Conservative government will move ahead with its plan to bring back buck-a-beer by Aug. 27....

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The results of Zimbabwe's first presidential race since ousting longtime dictator Robert Mugabe have yet to be confirmed two days after the Monday election. ...

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More than 80 per cent of Toronto residents support building more bike lanes, according to a new CBC poll conducted by Ekos Research Associates....

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The 12 boys and their football coach who were trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand for more than two weeks said in their first public appearance since the rescue they "tried to dig their...

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While U.S. President Donald Trump's trade wars heat up around the world, social media is lighting up with calls to #BoycottUSA and #BuyCanadian, but it is still mostly anecdotal....

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Long-awaited improvements are expected this fall to the TTC's 29 Dufferin bus route, one of the five busiest surface transit corridors in the city....

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In two years time, driverless vehicles will hit Toronto to transport passengers on trips to and from Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) stations....

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Even the heaviest coffee drinkers are less likely to die over a 10-year period than people who don’t drink coffee, according to a new United Kingdom research report....

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