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PRINCESS CHARLOTTE CHRISTENED IN FRONT OF ROYALS AT SANDRINGHAM

It was a special day for the Royal family Sunday with the christening of Princess Charlotte, the daughter of Prince William and his wife Kate, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It took place at the Churche of St. Mary … read more

MORE PAN AM TICKETS AVAILABLE MONDAY

The Pan Am Games will be putting more tickets on sale Monday for some events where there is a high demand such as Friday’s opening ceremonies. There will also be additional small blocks of tickets put on sale for other … read more

AMERICANS CELEBRATE THE GLORIOUS FOURTH

Americans are celebrating their Fourth of July, Independence Day holiday today, spending time at the beach, watching or taking part in parades, firing up the barbecue, and enjoying fireworks and entertainment Saturday evening. In Philadelphia, the birthplace of American independence, … read more

UBER WINS TORONTO COURT CASE

Uber can continue to operate in Toronto. An Ontario judge sided with the ride-sharing company Friday, and dismissed an attempt by the City of Toronto to have Uber declared a taxi company that must abide by the city’s regulations. Judge … read more

WORRIED GREEKS GATHER ON BOTH SIDES OF THE REFERENDUM

Police in Athens say about 25-thousand people gathered today for a rally supporting a “no” vote in Sunday’s referendum. The issue is the question of whether to accept more cuts and higher taxes – in exchange for a new bailout. … read more

SINGLE SEAT SOLAR PLANE SOARS ACROSS PACIFIC

A milestone in aviation history. A plane powered only by the rays of the sun has landed in Hawaii – after a five-day flight  across the Pacific Ocean from Japan. Pilot Andre Borschberg and his single-seat solar aircraft landed today … read more

VOTER ID CHALLENGE CONTINUES IN TORONTO COURT

  Lawyers for the federal government were back in a Toronto court today. They reason is to fight a request for an injunction that would suspend part of the Harper government’s Fair Elections Act. The lawyers argue that people using … read more

SMALL PLANE CRASH WEST OF ORANGEVILLE

A small glider plane carrying two passengers, a father and daughter, crashed Friday just west of Orangeville. Police say the plane crashed at around 12:30 Friday afternoon at the Rainbow Ridge Campground near Dufferin County Road 109. The two people … read more

WEEKEND EVENTS AND TRAFFIC ADVISORY

It will be a busy weekend in Toronto with several festivals and special events taking place, but that will result in some road closures and traffic disruptions. Those who need to drive in the general vicinity of special events should … read more

DELAYS AT PEARSON INTERNATIONAL

As thousands of athletes arrive in the city in preparation for next week’s Pan Am Games, delays and cancellations were reported at Pearson Airport this morning. The problems are the result of a labour dispute. The contract between several airlines … read more