February is quickly shaping up as one of the better months in recent memory regarding warmer-than-usual temperatures. That trend continues this week, with double digits possible on Thursday. Here are the latest details on your extended forecast.
A newly offered HIV self-testing kit is making a difference in community care. Erica Natividad speaks with advocates who worry funding for the free tests is on the verge of running dry.
The Ford government is under fire over the state of the province's healthcare system. As Tina Yazdani reports, OHC officials say the government is 'pouring' money into private-for-profit clinics and hospitals.
CityNews' Sports reporter Lindsay Dunn hears from Blue Jays' Bo Bichette at Spring Training about the teams' expectations going into the new season.
Last May, the Canadian government announced a plan that would allow Canadians to renew their passports online by the fall of 2023. It never happened. Pat Taney finds out why.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine hits the two year mark this week. As Faiza Amin reports, calls for humanitarian help from Canadians continues.
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Mats, Vince, Gord, Taylor, and Bob have all graced the ice, court, and stage at Scotiabank Arena over the years. Melissa Duggan talks to Leafs legend Darcy Tucker about the history of the arena.
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In early February, a man was stabbed at what was believed to be an illegal rooming house in Toronto. A few weeks earlier, a fire at another left one person dead. The city says it can't count the number of illegal rooming houses that exist right now. And the people who live in them often pay a lot of money for a small room and what can be unsafe living conditions. And they don't have a lot of options if something goes wrong -- which it often does. The city plans to tackle the problem by allowing legal rooming houses across the city, but advocates are unsure if this will help or hurt the problem. How do these houses exist? Who lives in them? And what can illegal homes do to their tenants, and the neighbourhoods where they sit? GUEST: Pat Taney, CityNews Episode link: https://play.headliner.app/episode/19348342?utm_source=youtube
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The Alberta NDP are expressing concern with the government's 2024 budget, which has not been tabled yet. Critics are calling for investments in health care and affordability measures.
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Staff working at a continuing-care facility in southwest Calgary staged a protest outside of the building demanding better wages. Danina Falkenberg has more in this report.
"We could spare them the toxicities of chemotherapy," says MD-PhD Candidate Mark Sorin, of he and his team's study on lung cancer recurrence. AI can now predict a patient's risk of recurrence with 95.9 per cent accuracy. Anastasia Dextrene reports.
A woman in her twenties has died after an early morning crash on Highway 1 in Burnaby Sunday. Three others were sent to hospital, two of them remain in critical condition. Kate Walker reports.
The Kelowna RCMP has completed its investigation into the crane collapse that killed five people in 2021. The possibility of criminal charges now lays in the hands of B.C. Prosecution. Cecilia Hua reports.
The federal government has announced $2 billion for a new B.C. program that aims to fast-track rental property developments across the province. Monika Gul has the details.
The Toronto Fire Services Black Staff Network is marking Black History Month with recruiting events at local malls. Nick Westoll looks at efforts by Toronto's emergency services agencies to be more inclusive.