Bus passengers in Toronto were trapped briefly Monday after a falling crane knocked over electrical poles, sending live power lines onto the bus, a police spokesman said.
A shooting at a house party in Toronto killed two people and left 19 others wounded, authorities said.
A shooting at a house party in Toronto late Monday killed two people and left 23 others wounded, included a 3-year-old child, authorities said Tuesday.
Four companies, including one run by the members of Radiohead, have been asked to comply with an investigation by the Canadian Ministry of Labour into the stage collapse that resulted in the death of the band's drum technician, the Toronto Star reports. Scott Johnson, 33, was killed on Saturday when the top portion of the stage at Downsview Park in Toronto collapsed an hour before gates opened for ticketholders.
A drum tech for the band Radiohead died when overhanging metalwork crashed onto a stage in a Toronto park, the band's representative confirmed Sunday.
One person was killed when a Toronto stage collapsed before sold-out Radiohead concert.
Crew members ran for their lives when overhanging metalwork crashed onto a stage in a Toronto park Saturday afternoon, pinning and killing one man, authorities said.
A man shot this month when a gunman opened fire inside a busy Toronto shopping mall died as a result of his injuries Monday, raising the death toll from that shooting to two, police said.
A 23-year-old man was supposed to be under house arrest when police say he opened fire this weekend inside a busy Toronto shopping mall, killing one and leading to injuries to seven others.
The suspect in a Toronto mall shooting remained on the loose Sunday, one day after he allegedly opened fire in a busy food court, killing one person and injuring seven.
One person was killed and seven others injured Saturday when shots were fired at the Eaton Centre shopping mall in Toronto, police said.
A janitor is facing multiple charges including attempted murder after police say he intentionally cut a gas line and tried to blow up a school.
Canadian authorities are investigating reports of debris falling from an airliner. CNN's Ed Payne reports
A malfunctioning jet engine on an Air Canada flight caused burning hot debris to fall to the ground after takeoff, an official with Canada's Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday.
At least three people were killed Sunday when a passenger train derailed near Toronto, Canadian officials said.
Canadian authorities rounded up 60 people Tuesday in a crackdown on drugs and gun trafficking in Toronto that investigators say reached across the country.
Late last week, the leaders and finance ministers of the 20 biggest economies, the G-20, met in Cannes for their annual media extravaganza.
Here are the five things that worry me about the Chargers in the wake of their second straight late collapse, the 23-20 overtime loss at Kansas City on Monday night:
The end of August saw the kickoff of the Venice International Film Festival, which overlaps both Telluride and Toronto. The three kick off the annual film industry frenzy known as awards season. See? Los Angeles does have seasons.
A slew of stars - including Brad Pitt and Ryan Gosling - are heading to Canada
Paul Hillier never gave much thought to fashion.
CNN's Alina Cho meets a Wichita, Kansas teen who's become a rising star in the fashion industry.
Recent news about the Toronto parents' decision to keep their baby's gender a secret because they didn't want their child burdened or defined by gender-stereotypical pressure highlights some complex questions about gender.
"Gender-free kids" a bad social experiment? Dr. Drew looks into the issue.
The name 'Storm' may be gender-neutral, but it is also listed as a synonym for controversy.
Don't underestimate the power of a spilled cup of coffee.
A United Airlines flight was diverted to Toronto late Monday after the plane's communication system began to malfunction, an airline official said.
Ever feel like you're talking to a brick wall on Twitter? That might be because 71 percent of tweets get absolutely no response from the world.
Power returned to downtown Toronto on Monday night after a fire in a transformer knocked out service to more than 200,000 customers and brought much of the city to a standstill for about four hours, officials said.
A power outage in Toronto, Canada, Monday afternoon left some 200,000 customers without electricity, stalled electric-powered passenger trains between stations and stopped much of the city's downtown, authorities said.
A police car was set on fire by protesters demonstrating during the G-20 summit in Toronto, Ontario
As world leaders meet in Toronto for the G-20 meeting, CNN's Jim Boulden examines what's on the agenda.
The spotlight is on security -- as well as economic recovery plans -- as leaders from the world's biggest economies gather in Toronto for a pair of summits this weekend.
Canada's Cabinet ministers are in hot water for their government's plans to spend nearly $2 million building a man-made lake for this month's G20 summit.
"The family has decided to make Corey's funeral on Tuesday a small private affair," says Feldman
A memorabilia site says they will also contribute to the costs
In the fall of 2003, Petra Cooper was president of McGraw-Hill Ryerson Higher Education in Toronto, then a $47 million unit of McGraw-Hill. At 41, she was comfortable, successful -- and bored. The industry was being turned upside down by digital media, and a once-growth-oriented job was now all about cutting costs. "I saw the scope of the job getting smaller and smaller," Cooper recalls.
Zakaria Amara, a man prosecutors say wanted to create a Canadian version of 9/11, was sentenced Monday to life in prison in Canada.
It's easy to see why movie stars love Toronto: Toronto loves them right back.
If Cannes Film Festival raises the curtain on the spectacle that is the movie awards season, then the fall festival circuit is the critical first act.
The owners of New York's Empire State Building are spending millions to go "green." CNN's Maggie Lake reports
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton on Tuesday urged urban leaders and policymakers they need to take the lead now in fighting climate change.
Tamil demonstrators protesting the ongoing civil war in Sri Lanka flooded onto a major highway in Toronto, Canada, shutting it down for several hours before dispersing early Monday, police said.
A teenage student was shot and critically injured during a fight outside a Toronto high school Tuesday, police said
Venice and Toronto Film Festivals
A mere film festival cannot compete with the Academy Awards' grip on the public imagination, but the 33rd Toronto International Film Festival (which begins Thursday) comes pretty close -- in part because it has become the first important bellwether for the onslaught of Oscar hopefuls.
Meat tainted with a deadly bacteria in a Toronto processing plant is likely to sicken more people in the coming months, a Canadian health expert said Tuesday, a day after the government announced the death toll from the outbreak had risen to 12
Canadian health officials have linked a deadly listeriosis outbreak to a Maple Leaf Foods plant in Toronto, prompting the company to expand of its recall of meat products.
Police in Toronto, Canada, asked thousands of people to evacuate their homes Sunday after early morning explosions at a propane company sent balls of flames into nearby neighborhoods.
Several early morning explosions at a Toronto, Canada propane company prompted police to evacuate citizens in the area.
After fighting through a series of last-minute decisions (the Dallas Stars vs. the Dallas Cowboys? Wrigley or U.S. Cellular?), the NHL finally released its 2008-09 schedule on Thursday, officially starting the countdown to Opening Night on Oct. 4.
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The world's most populist film festival blasts off with a sexy drama from Ang Lee
Toronto - Too many movies, not enough time. That's the dilemma confronting anyone, whether a critic or just a film fan, lucky enough to attend the annual Toronto International Film Festival.
If you like surprises, basketball hasn't very good to you this year.
Standing in leftfield during a major league game -- I am playing leftfield -- heightens my very sense of being. There is a vibrancy to the colors and sensations around me that, even as I stand there, I am cataloging in my most secure vault of memory. I can feel the tips of my metal spikes knifing between blades of grass and into the soft, moist earth. I feel the fit and drape of my uniform, a major league uniform, my amazing technicolor dreamcoat. Gray pants, belted tightly, black-mesh jersey with TORONTO in metallic silver above the stylized Blue Jays logo on the left breast and a shimmering silver number 2 on my back. Never can I remember the sky bluer, the grass greener, the sun brighter.
Jorge Garbajosa was the subject of a lengthy Boston Globe feature Sunday, one that placed the 29-year-old Spanish rookie among the several international faces that dot Toronto's roster. But, sadly, Garbajosa spent Monday night in a Boston-area hospital, his season likely over.
Note: All statistics are through Sunday.
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One of the first things a visitor to Toronto notices is its diversity; the melange of architecture, cultures and food forges a town-like feel in what is undoubtedly a bustling metropolis. In fact, Toronto has attracted so many cultures to its shores that the United Nations deemed it the world's most multicultural city. So it's only fitting that the Huron tribe gave it the name "meeting place" almost five centuries ago.
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Canadian Muslim organizations have condemned an alleged plot to bomb Toronto-area buildings, while a lawyer for one of the 17 suspects in custody called the charges against them "vague."
Twelve adults and five youths were rounded up in Canada, suspected of plotting terror attacks in and around Toronto, Canadian police announced Saturday.
Canadian police said on Saturday they had halted a "real and serious" terror threat in and around Toronto.
Canada's Transportation Safety Board recovered the flight data and voice recorders -- the so-called "black boxes" -- of Air France Flight 358 Wednesday. The plane crashed Tuesday after landing at Pearson International Airport in Toronto.
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