Following a two-year hiatus for the pandemic, Toronto's Nuit Blanche is returning this year with public art projects from 150 artists.
The election will pit a city hall whistleblower against a well-known incumbent
Family speak with CP24 as the search for the elderly Toronto resident approaches the three-month mark
Family, friends and police officers from North America gather in Toronto to honour Const. Andrew Hong at his funeral.
Some green cleaning products may look like they are good for the environment, but may actually do more harm than good.
Oatmeal can be a nutritious way to start the day, but some varieties aren’t as healthy as they might seem. Here are tips to help you choose.
TikTok has gone from being a niche platform for memes and dances to one of the world’s most popular apps. But is it secure?
Australian comedian Rhys Nicholson joins CP24 breakfast to discuss his attendance at Just For Laughs in Toronto.
Stars from 'The Canoe Project' show join CP24 breakfast to talk about the shows Indigenous perspective, and the small town inspiration.
Mohawk artist Noelle joins to discuss what inspired her musical style as a singer in Canada and her newly released single.
Teddy and Nicole find out what your favourite films are!
Lifestyle Expert Richard Cazeau shares products to help you get the most out of your workdays this fall.
Teddy and Nicole visit Beaches Disc Golf Course to learn more about this popular sport.
Takeaway: Covering dental care is just common sense for better health – but the Liberal plan remains hazy.
Guest: is the pandemic over? Doctors warn we may be getting ahead of reality … Dr. Fahad Razak, former scientific director.
Guest: Confidence drives the consumer – and the consumer drives the economy.
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