Segment pages researched and produced for Global Toronto’s The Morning Show in November 2011
Reaction continued Thursday after a heated meeting at Toronto city hall where council voted down Mayor Rob Ford’s plan to use $8.4 billion in provincial funds to bury the Eglinton light rail line — and voted to reinstate the dormant Transit Plan.
The federal government has blocked a strike by Air Canada’s engineers and baggage handlers, ahead of March Break. Here is a timeline of Air Canada’s troubles dating back to the airline emerging out of bankruptcy protection in 2004.
The RCMP arrested a Windsor, Ont., woman on a counterfeit charge for selling fake UGG boots.
CUPE 416 and the City of Toronto have just over two weeks to come to a contract agreement to avoid a lockout.
Police are asking the victims of a Scarborough man arrested in Ontario’s largest child pornography bust to come forward.
The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said it is appealing for $1.28 billion of humanitarian aid for crisis affecting 97 million people, according to the 2012 Humanitarian Action Report for Children released today.
A deadly soccer riot in Port Said, Egypt between fans of teams Al-Ahly and Al-Masry yesterday resulted in the death of 74 people and hundreds injured.
Most of the inmates locked in the Comayagua national penitentiary were never charged, and many were not convicted, according to the Honduran government.
The United States is consumed with lottery fever with a $640 million jackpot up for grabs Friday night, the largest in American history.
The last month of college means wrapping up loose ends, sometimes hurriedly as deadlines loom. Thousands of Humber students are cramming for exams and seeking appointments for tutoring services. Even more students have yet to apply for and pick up financial grants and loans. Reporter Radha Tailor and videographer Jeremy Cohn explored the college to [...]
Toronto City Council is deciding the future of transit on Sheppard Avenue, thedailyplanet.com reporter Radha Tailor is at City Hall and will be covering the debate throughout the day.