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Educational support workers reach tentative deals

OSSTF and ETFO have reached deals for their support staff. READ MORE

WATCH: Violence on Black Friday, but is one viral video a fake?

In one video posted online, a woman rips a vegetable steamer from the arms of a child READ MORE

Toronto Police looking for counterfeit ovens that could cause fire, explosions

The owner of three Kitchen Queen appliance stores has been arrested and charged with possession of property obtained by crime and passing off wares. READ MORE

York police looking for break-and-enter suspect

York police are looking for an outstanding suspect after they made two arrests related to several break-and-enters across the GTA. READ MORE

Police looking for suspect after sexual assault on subway

The suspect is described as 20 to 26 years old, 5'6", 125 lbs., dark eyes, thin build, clean-shaven with full lips. READ MORE

WATCH: Toronto Zoo panda cubs outgrow their incubator

Zoo officials released photos and a video of the cubs, who are still at a critical stage in their growth. READ MORE

UPDATE: Calls to fix street lights following pedestrian fatality

22-year-old woman killed at the intersection of Bathurst and Eglinton READ MORE

Marco Muzzo case facing further delays

Marco Muzzo charged in crash that killed three Neville-Lake children READ MORE

WATCH: More than 100 firearms surrendered during gun amnesty program

Chief Mark Saunders says they collected 86 long rifles, 22 handguns, and over 8,000 rounds of ammunition READ MORE

Organization accuses Toronto police of "doing immigration's dirty work"

A new report claims that Toronto police called the Canada Border Services Agency more times over eight months than the RCMP and six other Canadian police services combined. READ MORE

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