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York police dismantle organized crime group

A number of search warrants have been executed, resulting in arrests of members of the Ranieri crime group. READ MORE

TTC expanding use of credit and debit cards

Mayor John Tory was joined by TTC Chair Josh Colle and CEO Andy Byford Tuesday to announce that you'll be able to buy 10 tokens or more using credit and debit at all subway and Scarborough RT stations. READ MORE

Are fewer Canadians donating, or just donating in a different way?

The Fraser Institute says that 22.3 per cent of Canadian tax filers donated to charity in 2012 (the last year of available data), down from 25.1 in 2005. READ MORE

Police release sketch of sexual assault suspect

At about 7 a.m. Sunday, police say a 26-year-old woman was sexually assaulted near Yonge St and Finch Ave E. READ MORE

Police warn of "violent sexual assaults" in Richmond Hill & Mississauga

They believe that the same suspect is responsible and that he is targeting women with a slight build who are getting off transit buses after dark. READ MORE

Report says Ontario needs better palliative care

The report, published by Health Quality Ontario, points out that only 30 per cent of people with chronic illnesses receive hospice or palliative care when they are dying. READ MORE

Report: Ontario to get extra cash in transfer payment

The Toronto Star reports that the federal government will give another $1.25-billion in transfer payments to the province. READ MORE

UPDATE: Mammoliti pleads guilty to overspending

Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti has pleaded guilty to four charges, including overspending during the 2010 election, filing false financial records and failing to keep records of campaign expenses. READ MORE

UPDATE: Missing man found dead

80-year-old Phillip Phen was last seen on Thursday at about 12 p.m. in the area of McCowan and Sheppard Aves. READ MORE

WATCH: "Cravers" break World Record for TV-watching marathon

What have you been up to since 1 p.m. on Monday? You probably went to work a few times, ate dinner a few times, watched a few hours of TV, and then slept for four nights.  READ MORE

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