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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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A tentative deal is up in the air after a dramatic turn of events saw both the LCBO and union accusing the other of acting in bad faith; travellers packed Toronto Pearson and Billy Bishop as a worldwide outage led to the widespread cancellations and delay of flights; and, with the Honda Indy shutting down Lakeshore amid widespread downtown construc…
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Nearly 500 Olympic-sized pools worth of partially treated wastewater poured into Lake Ontario, rendering most beaches unsafe to swim; two fatal cases of listeriosis in Ontario are being blamed on a recent recall of several Great Value and Silk plant-based milk in Canada; and, a Toronto city councillor raised a motion to rename a street near the Rog…
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A day after Toronto was deluged by a month's worth of rain, the city is being asked on if it could have mitigated flood damage; as the TTC subway trains on Line 2 near the end of their lifecycle, Toronto hopes funding from Ottawa will help replace them; and, the union representing LCBO workers have returned to the bargaining table.…
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From planes, trains to automobiles, no mode of transportation was safe from a major rainfall event that triggered flash flooding; a homeowner expressed frustrations as he waded through waist-high water inside his now flooded basement; and, Toronto's Board of Trade says traffic in the city has reached a tipping point, prompting many to consider movi…
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A man has been charged after a shooting that left an Oshawa couple dead; the Ford government has announced an acceleration of the expanded alcohol sales plan in Ontario; plus, the award-winning production ‘From Away’ is coming back to Toronto.CTV News
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A second report was released detailing the issues at the Ontario Science Centre, issues critics say are the government's fault; a record number of condo listings is flooding the Toronto real estate market amid concerns interest for these units has stalled; and, meter transmission unit failure is causing sticker shock among thousands of Toronto resi…
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Premier Doug Ford doubled down on his government's plan for liquor sales in the province amid a strike by LCBO workers; Air Canada flight attendant Mohammad Nasser Haj Ali says he has been getting stopped by airport security every day he comes to work.CTV News
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Two people have been arrested and police are seeking two more suspects after a young man was shot in the head; Toronto residents are enjoying the heat as the remnants of Hurricane Beryl looms over the GTA; and, Ticketmaster notified customers that their personal data may have been compromised.CTV News
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A man is dead after he was fatally shot on an apartment balcony in Toronto; police are offering a $100,000 reward for information in two bystander shooting deaths; and, Ontario Premier Doug Ford posted a video on social media promoting other options for Ontarians to purchase alcohol during the LCBO strike.…
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As LCBO workers strike for better wages and more full-time positions, the Ontario government voiced disappointment over the job action; A 14-year-old boy is facing a first-degree murder charge following the shooting death of 20-year-old Ajay Simpson in Toronto; and, the man rear-ended by a 14-year-old driver on the 401 in Mississauga says he never …
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The union representing LCBO workers say talks have broken down and don't expect a deal can be reached before the strike deadline; the GTA continues to see home and condo sales in the region fall; and, Loblaw says it is getting rid of 'multi-buy' offers at its No Frills stores amid criticisms from shoppers.…
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The final tent came down ahead of a 6 p.m. deadline to clear the encampment at the University of Toronto; Toronto and the Ontario government are calling on Ottawa for funding to help replace the TTC's aging trains on Line 2; and, a GTA woman was shocked after discovering a black widow spider among the grapes she purchased at Walmart.…
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The injunction granted against the encampment at the University of Toronto gives police authority to arrest and remove protesters; a carjacking of a Mercedes SUV in downtown Toronto ended in a crash in midtown following an alleged chase by a second Mercedes SUV; and, an Ontario man who had a heart attack in Florida is on the hook for a $620,000 hos…
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From the street fair to parties to parades, millions of people are expected to descend on downtown Toronto for Pride festivities; sobering numbers to repair and maintain the Ontario Science Centre has tempered hopes Toronto city hall may be able to save it; and, Homa Ashrafpour of Richmond Hill thought she found an affordable cottage rental on Face…
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While police say the fatal shooting of a 23-year-old outside a condo complex was targeted, they don't know what triggered the hail of gunfire; a man who says he found the body of a man inside a vehicle says he was sitting in the driver's seat with his seatbelt on; and, anger is growing over the closure of the Ontario Science Centre amid questions o…
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A 14-year-old boy has been taken into police custody after gunshots rang out in north Etobicoke on Tuesday afternoon; two workers had to be rescued from near the top of Toronto’s St. Regis Hotel after a cable snapped on a swing stage; and, Conservative candidate Don Stewarts' byelection victory in a long-time Liberal riding has sent shockwaves thro…
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A 14-year-old boy has been charged with murder for a mass shooting outside a Toronto school, killing two men and wounding three others; Flemingdon Park residents say they are feeling abandoned after police left the scene where dozens of gunshots were fired into a unit; and, questions are being raised about whether the sudden closure of the Ontario …
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The Edmonton Oilers head to Game 7 after a stunning win against the Panthers, meanwhile; Canada Soccer investigates racial abuse targeting one of its star players and provinces join forces to fight wildfires in Newfoundland and Labrador.CTV News
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The Ford government announced the sudden and immediate closure of the Ontario Science Centre citing a collapsing roof; a Vaughan neighbourhood is reeling after four people were shot inside a home, killing one of them in what police say was targeted; and, the death of at least two dogs while in the care of a Hamilton dog-sitting service called Kippe…
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Rick Leary announced at a press conference Thursday he will step down from his position as the TTC CEO as of Aug. 30; Rebel News has claimed ownership of a cube van spotted around Toronto displaying a message targeted at Muslims; an Ontario woman says she felt duped after giving $46,000 of her life savings to a psychic who claimed he could cleanse …
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A makeshift shrine is growing as a community mourns after a six-year-old boy was fatally struck by a school bus in Vaughan; the fatal shooting for a 21-year-old woman in Vaughan Mills' parking lot escalated to a police takedown of the alleged shooters in Brampton; and, the wife of the alleged gunman of a double-murder suicide says he believed the t…
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Toronto police have identified the two victims of a triple fatal shooting in North York as Arash Missaghi and Samira Yousefi; Toronto residents are being urged to exercise caution during this week’s heat wave as temperatures may hit 40 C with the humidity; and, anyone planning to travel to the United States with their dog after Aug. 1 must comply t…
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