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CTV National News is Canada's most-watched national news program. Now you can stay up date Monday to Friday with the CTV National News Podcast, delivered nightly. Listen to Canada’s most trusted newscast featuring stories from here and around the world with a perspective that is distinctly Canadian and backed by the #1 news organization in Canada.
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Listen to "CTV News Toronto at Six" for news and analysis of the day's most important, and talked about, events. This audio podcast, updated each weekday evening by CTVNewsToronto.ca, brings you the day's show in its entirety. Delivering the day's top headlines on the go -- it is why Toronto trusts and turns to CTV News.
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A behind-the-scenes look at the stories behind the stories from the CTV Vancouver newsroom. Penny Daflos discusses the stressful, inspiring, irritating and heartbreaking moments that never make it on TV in unfiltered conversations with her colleagues – including other reporters, anchors, videographers, technicians and producers who battle the clock each day to make deadline.
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Toronto police say the suspect in a pair of seemingly random shootings at a bus stop got out of a stolen black Acura before firing; a Canadian couple says they are stranded in Turks and Caicos after thieves stole their passports during a break-in at their vacation rental; and, what is "ungraded beef" from Mexico and is it safe to consume?…
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Toronto police vehicles were fined over 1,000 times by automated speed and red light cameras in 26 months; two brazen and seemingly random shootings at a bus stop in just 24 hours, one fatal, has shaken up a North York neighbourhood; and, an Ontario family says they feel like they failed after the bag carrying a loved one's cremated remains was los…
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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has died at the age of 47 sparking widespread accusations surrounding the cause of his death, Donald Trump is being being ordered to pay US$354M and barred from doing business in N.Y., and Prince Harry opened up about the cancer diagnosis of his father King Charles III as he wraps up his B.C. tour.…
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Police arrested a 14-year-old girl and are searching for a male suspect following a stabbing at Wilson Subway Station; a new McMaster University study found school shutdowns did not have a major impact in slowing COVID-19 transmission; and, some GO commuters are voicing alarm over the surging number of e-bikes being transported on trains largely ow…
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With a string of violent extortions likely connected to organized crime overseas, the RCMP has formulated a national team. two women were killed and another in critical condition following a stabbing attack at in a suburb just west of Montreal, and a Nova Scotia man turned what was once a pandemic hobby into a mission to clean up trash from the oce…
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A burst of heavy snow sent parts of Toronto and the GTA into gridlock as fresh snow slowed the commute due to slick conditions; the Ford government is banning new tolls on all highways it controls, with the privately owned Highway 407 being a major exception; and, a new TTC ad campaign is urging riders of the benefits of headphones and a quiet comm…
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One person is dead along with at least twenty injured after armed men opened fire at a Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade, a key component of the Liberals climate policy is getting a rebrand, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent Valentines Day in B.C. meeting with Invictus Games athletes.CTV News
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The Ontario government scrapped a pilot by the LCBO that required photo identification to enter a store amid privacy concerns; the Toronto Region Board of Trade says congestion costs the city an estimated $11 billion annually in lost productivity; and, looking for love online? These are major red flags relationship seekers need to watch out for to …
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A front line RCMP constable in Alberta has been charged for allegedly sharing data to help a foreign actor with the Republic of Rwanda, another winter storm is expected to dump at least 50cm of snow across the Maritimes.CTV News
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Premier Doug Ford took a swipe at Bonnie Crombie while announcing a referendum would be required before imposing carbon pricing, the automatic renewal of Ontario licence plates comes as the government says over one million cars are being driven with expired plates; and, amid a mild winter, one Thornhill woman says the federal carbon tax makes up fo…
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The close-knit town of Carman, Manitoba has been shattered by grief following the murder of five family members, a son is speaking out after he says his mother who has alzheimers was allegedly raped in the Bahamas, and the University of New Brunswick hockey team ‘Reds’ have accomplished what no other team in Canada has done before.…
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The Ontario government will be repealing Bill 124 following a Court of Appeal decision that upheld the wage-cap law was unconstitutional; Toronto ride-hailing drivers are joining a global movement to walk off the job on Valentine's Day amid claims they make below minimum wage; and, within three hours of a Richmond Hill man losing a credit card in a…
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U.S. President Biden called the IDF’s response in Gaza as ‘out of control’ which all comes as Netanyahu plans an invasion into Rafah, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh signals rising tensions for Liberal support over the pharmacare legislation, and a married couple in B.C. went ahead to turn a sad tree stump into ‘something happy.’…
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The deal for Ottawa to provide $3.1 billion in additional funding for health care in Ontario has been in the works for a year; Toronto Pearson airport reported temperatures as high as 15 C, smashing a daily temperature record set 86 years ago in 1938; and, Toronto says they have seen improvements in traffic along King St. after installing traffic a…
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An alleged gunman involved in an extortion attack on an Ont. business speaks with CTV News; Bell Canada Inc. lays off 4,800 employees, sells radio station and the heartwarming story of a N.L. woman who received over 1,500 birthday cards after turning 104.CTV News
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A Pickering woman was unable to stop car thieves after they used one of several methods to hack her new Lexus; high speed was a factor in a violent crash in Brampton that killed three people, police say; and, an Ontario couple was shocked when told they could not get a refund of a cemetery plot purchased for $24,000.…
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Members of Canada's South Asian community speak out on being the targets of violent extortion attempts, an Ontario city deals with a sudden spike in drug overdoses and a Saskatchewan neighbourhood sees its streets turned into ice skating rinks.CTV News
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It is alleged an extortion racket targeting South Asian businesses in the GTA for months has links to gang leaders in India; Toronto police say they believe Ahmed Ali fled Canada to Somalia before he was identified as a suspect in the death of a bystander by a stray bullet; and, Toronto Maple Leafs captain John Tavares is taking the CRA to court ov…
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Nova Scotia's premier apologizes as the federal government offers to help after a historic snowstorm, questions are raised about a plan to investigate high food prices and an amateur curler returns after a 35-year break to play in Canada's biggest men's curling championship.CTV News
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Police have launched an investigation into two dead bodies found inside a Richmond Hill; Mayor Olivia Chow says she wants to accelerate Toronto's rapid surface transit network plan; and, a trial project at a Vaughan hospital is helping move patients out of intensive care and into specialized units.CTV News
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The police chief in London, Ont., apologizes for the delay in a sexual assault case against five former world junior players, King Charles III is diagnosed with cancer and a group of hockey programs in New Brunswick aim to make the sport more inclusive for children with autism.CTV News
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Lawyers of the five members of the 2018 Canadian world juniors team virtually appeared in a London, Ont. court; King Charles is set to begin treatment after receiving a cancer diagnosis; and, the official schedule for the 2026 FIFA World Cup features games in Toronto and Vancouver.CTV News
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Sunday, Feb.4, 2024: FIFA announces Canada will host 13 games during the 2026 World Cup, five former world junior players will appear in an Ontario courtroom to face sexual assault charges and a B.C. woman hopes to inspire others to cross goals off their bucket lists.CTV News
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Friday, Feb. 2, 2024: A notable week in Canadian hockey has been clouded by sexual abuse charges, the U.S. launches retaliatory air strikes against Iran-backed militants in Iraq and Syria, and Canada eyes sanctions on Israeli extremists over violence against Palestinians.CTV News
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Toronto officials are celebrating over $162 million in additional funding to help house refugees and asylum claimants; a political expert says while the courts sided with the Ford government to keep mandate letters secret, it is not a good look; and, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman revealed a deal allowing NHL players to compete at the Olympics in 20…
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Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024: Alberta faces backlash over proposed restrictions on transgender youth, the director of Canada's spy agency testifies at the inquiry into foreign election interference and a report finds the number of cardiac arrests in Canada is far higher than previously estimated.CTV News
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The parents of a seven-year-old with autism are demanding answers after he wandered from his Ajax school in only a t-shirt in January; Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow says a historic 9.5 per cent property tax increase is necessary to build back a liveable city; and, whether it's the fan fair or the ice rink at Nathan Phillips Square, the NHL says there's…
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Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow is set to unveil a budget that trims back a property tax bump for homeowners to 9.5 per cent; car thieves ripped out the GPS tracker Toyota installed, but a backup GPS system allowed this Mississauga man to recover his stolen vehicle; and, the move to reschedule PA Days to accommodate a solar eclipse in April in Toronto ha…
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Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2024: Provinces urge the federal government to pause its expansion of MAID to those with mental illnesses, a new partnership raises questions about competition and patient access to medications, and a massive shipwreck emerges off the coast of Newfoundland.CTV News
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Security video shows two suspects fleeing from a minivan following a wild collision that took out a hydro pole and injured two paramedics; Toronto Police Chief Myron Demkiw says Toronto needs to increase its spending on police to ensure public safety in the city; and, n Rashaun Thomas' first birthday, his parents wanted to give back with a blood dr…
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Monday, Jan. 29, 2024: The union representing GO Train employees says operators are no longer allowed to help when a pedestrian is hit, questions are swirling about whether Taylor Swift will watch her boyfriend play in the Super Bowl and a box of hockey cards forgotten in a Saskatchewan basement could go for more than $1 million at auction.…
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Police released images of suspects after an alleged explosive device was used on a drive-thru ATM outside a TD Canada Trust; a Good Samaritan describes how he rushed over to help after a car crash in Uxbridge saw one car flip into a swampy area and the other in a ditch; and, the parents of a 6-month-old boy say they were left waiting in SickKids' E…
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The International Court of Justice orders Israel to prevent genocide in Gaza, an Ontario man accused of selling a lethal substance to people online has his murder charges upgraded and a missing dog makes a cross-country trek from Saskatchewan to Toronto.CTV News
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Police in Ontario have upgraded murder charges against Kenneth Law from second-degree murder to first-degree murder; a single dad to an infant boy says he has been unable to find a shelter to accommodate them nor a place to rent despite being employed; and, the owner of a German Shepherd that went missing from its Regina home was stunned to hear he…
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Thursday, Jan. 25, 2024: The community of Fort Smith, N.W.T., is reeling from a deadly plane crash, 251 high-end vehicles stolen across Canada are discovered in Italy and the University of Regina investigates dozens of cases of nursing students allegedly cheating.CTV News
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As Coun. Brad Bradford pushes to end tobogganing bans at Toronto parks, a new report says 'risky play' is essential to child development; a joint car theft task force among Ontario police has led to 89 arrests and 554 criminal charges since September; and, Aldo Mucciarone of North York says Air Canada denied him compensation after his golf clubs we…
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Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2024: Four of the victims of a plane crash in the N.W.T. were on their way from Fort Smith to work at a diamond mine, a $7B EV battery factory in Que. is facing challenges from environment groups and a N.B. couple is $8.2M richer after winning a Chase the Ace game that lasted 48 weeks.…
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An investigation has been launched into an altercation that left a dementia patient with massive bruises at Michael Garron Hospital; Toronto Mayor Olivia Chow says she will do everything she can to protect emergency services from budget cuts, if not enhance services; and, an Oakville, Ont. man says he was trying to save money when he bought his fli…
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Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2024: As many as 10 people are reportedly dead after a plane crashed near Fort Smith, N.W.T., Donald Trump beats Nikki Haley in the New Hampshire primary and several Canadians are being recognized on Hollywood's biggest stage.CTV News
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Monday, Jan. 22, 2024: Tributes are pouring in for one of Canada's most accomplished filmmakers whose career spanned decades; Canada is capping the number of international study visas it offers, a 35 per cent decrease from last year.CTV News
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Students of Northview Secondary School in North York say being locked down for the second day in a row is causing some stress; Ontario is overhauling its kindergarten curriculum to add more early reading, math and STEM learning for students; and, a dad from Keswick, Ont. was told by Wealthsimple nothing could be done when he mistakenly e-transferre…
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Former police officer James Forcillo told jurors at the inquest into Sammy Yatim's death that a Taser could have been a difference maker; at least one person is injured after a masked suspect who was reportedly seen carrying a machete sent a North York school into lockdown; and, Toronto police are warning about a new scam where residents are being …
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Friday, Jan. 19, 2024: A Japanese spacecraft lands successfully on the moon but struggles to generate power, a Toronto woman is acquitted in a retrial over the death of her daughter and hundreds of volunteers help flood outdoor ice rinks across Ottawa.CTV News
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Cindy Ali says she can now heal and grieve her daughter, Cynara, after she was acquitted of first-degree murder charge in a retrial; a woman was forced to throw her child from the second floor into the arms of a police officer to escape a fire inside an Ajax home; and, a 46-foot lake yacht priced at $2.5 million is among the more than 1,000 boats o…
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Thursday, Jan. 18, 2024: The deadline for Canadian businesses to repay CEBA pandemic loans is here, a 22-year-old man from Nova Scotia has been charged in connection with the largest wildfire in the province's history and the National Ballet of Ukraine brings its 'Hope' tour to Canada.CTV News
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