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Toronto food bank use spikes in suburbs, drops downtown
Metro Canada

Toronto food bank use spikes in suburbs, drops downtown

Toronto's hungry are on the move. Food bank use in the city's inner suburbs — Scarborough, North York, York and Etobicoke — has spiked 45 per cent since the 2008 recession with a corresponding 16 per cent drop in the old city of Toronto, ... Metro Canada, 2 weeks ago

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Firefighters battle four-alarm fire in Etobicoke

As many as 85 Toronto firefighters battled a stubborn four-alarm blaze in a north Etobicoke auto garage Saturday night. Toronto Fire Capt. Mike Strapko said they received multiple calls starting at 9:11 p.m. for reports of a car on fire inside ...
 Newstalk 10101 month ago More than 80 firefighters battle garage fire in Etobicoke Saturday  CBC4 weeks ago More than 80 firefighters battled garage fire in Etobicoke Saturday  CBC4 weeks ago
640 Toronto

Police Looking For Sex Assault Suspect In Etobicoke

Police are looking for a sexual assault suspect after an incident in North Etobicoke. Police say a woman was walking on a foot path around 9:30 last night near Hwy 27, south of Humber College Blvd. A man approached the woman from behind and ...
 640 Toronto1 month ago Assaulted girlfriend, police  Cornwall Standard-Freeholder1 day ago
Newstalk 1010

Three people charged in 2013 murder in North Etobicoke

Toronto Police have charged three people in connection with the murder of 25-year-old Neeko Mitchell in 2013. Micthell was gunned down in what police have called a targeted shooting on Rowntree Road in North Etobicoke. The shooting was just in ...
 Newstalk 10105 days ago
Newstalk 1010

Bomb squad called to Goodwill store in Etobicoke

The bomb squad is being called to a Goodwill store on Islington Ave north of the Gardiner. Employees called 911 when someone donated what looks to be a grenade. Police say it is unclear right now whether it is real. The store has been ...
 Newstalk 10103 weeks ago
CTV News

Toronto car insurance costs: Christie ranked cheapest, Downsview most expensive

Wondering what other Toronto drivers are asked to fork over each year in car insurance? Those living in North York pay as much as 48 per cent more in car insurance than drivers in some parts of downtown, according to data released Monday. The ...
 CTV News2 weeks ago Study: Car insurance cheapest in Christie area, most expensive in Downsview  Newstalk 10102 weeks ago
Electrical Business

GALLERY: Baka reveals Electric Ave., celebrates 30 years

- It was Back to the Future yesterday at Baka Communications headquarters in Etobicoke, Ont. as the wireless solutions company—which says it hosts the first and largest solar plug-in canopy for electric vehicles in North America—celebrated 30 ...
 Electrical Business1 week ago
Canada NewsWire

Starbucks to Bring Mobile Order and Pay to Canada on October 13 starting with 300 stores in Greater Toronto Area

New feature on the Starbucks® app for iPhone® will let customers place an order in advance and pick it up at their nearest participating location TORONTO , Oct. 6, 2015 /CNW/ -Starbucks Canada today announced that it will bring the company's ...
 Canada NewsWire6 hours ago
CTV News

Harper says Conservatives will continue to support TTC expansion

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper says that, if re-elected in October, his government will continue to invest in the expansion of TTC services to help reduce traffic congestion in Toronto. Were continuing to make large-scale investments…in the ...
 CTV News6 days ago
CTV News

City should install more red-light cameras to increase traffic safety: report

The City of Toronto is considering increasing the number of red-light cameras on the streets in a bid to reduce dangerous driving. A city staff report released in late August suggested approximately 80 major intersections in Toronto could be ...
 CTV News1 week ago
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