toronto.com staff receive 8 industry awards nominations:Reporter also given honourable mention for breaking news story

The announcement comes after the Ontario Community Newspapers Association, which Metroland Media Toronto is a part of, revealed the finalists for its Better Newspaper Competition Awards Feb. 14. [Read entire story]

Indigo Canada Weekend Deal: Save 15% Off Décor, Toys, Fashion & More Using Promo Code

Indigo Canada has a weekend deal starting today where you can save 15% off select regular priced items including toys, gifts, decor, fashion, paper, and more! To get this online deal, simply use the promo code ADORE15 at [Read entire story]

Crocs Canada Family Day Sale: Save 25% Off Sitewide + Up To 64% Off Doorbusters

Treat the whole family to some new shoes with the Crocs Canada Family Day Sale. Shop online today and save 25% off Sitewide. Discount applied in cart. Exclusions apply. In addition, save up to 64% off Doorbusters. Prices [Read entire story]

TREB Market Year In Review & Outlook 2019 Economic Summit – Durham Region

Toronto Real Estate Board President Garry Bhaura announced TREB's Economic Summit for Durham Region, in conjunction with TREB's fourth annual Market Year in Review and Outlook report. [Read entire story]

Microsoft & Xbox Canada Family Day Sale: Save up to $250 Off Surface Pro 6 & FREE Tumi Sleeve + $130 Off Xbox One X Fallout 76 Bundles & FREE Gears of War 4 + More

Microsoft Canada and Xbox Canada are celebrating Family Day weekend with a new sale: Xbox: · Save $130 on Xbox One X Fallout 76 bundles, plus get a free digital token for Gears of War 4 – Only $469 · Get 2 month of Xbox [Read entire story]

Provincial minister honours heroic officers of the Danforth shooting:’An untold number of lives’ potentially saved, says Sylvia Jones

The Ontario government is honouring the Toronto Police Service officers for their courageous acts in protecting the public during the mass shooting in Toronto’s Greektown last year. [Read entire story]

Etobicoke athletes help kick off countdown to world youth games:First ever global competition for high school special Olympians slated for Toronto

Six Central Etobicoke High School student athletes were named last week as qualifying for the inaugural 2019 Special Olympics Ontario Invitational Youth Games, as part of the Draft an Athlete campaign launch. [Read entire story]

Amazon Canada Deal: Save 27% Off Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II: The Collection

Amazon Canada has sale on Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II: The Collection (4K Ultra UHD) [Blu-ray]. Now you can save 27% off and get it for only $44.99. Planet Earth II 4K UltraHD In one of the most ambitious landmark [Read entire story]

Toronto’s Community Police Academy offers ‘better understanding’ of cops:Nine-week program runs in spring and fall

'It brought a better understanding of the multiple roles that police officers play within our community.' That’s how Benjamin Davoodi describes Community Police Academy, a nine-week program for citizens interested in [Read entire story]

Community council greenlights final 2 phases of Etobicoke development:Valhalla Town Square and Park Terraces will bring total of 1,480 new residential units

Community council greenlights final two phases of Etobicoke's Valhalla Town Square. [Read entire story]

All’s fair in love and real estate:Finding a house is like finding a date, says Vicki Schmidt

Finding a house is like finding a date, says Vicki Schmidt. [Read entire story]

Major transformation underway at Kipling CI, to combat low enrolment:Take our poll: Do you think the renovations and new programs are enough to reverse declining enrolments?

THE ISSUE: Declining enrolments LOCAL IMPACT: Kipling CI is renovating the school, and adding new programs to attract new students. [Read entire story]

Parkdale parents concerned over proposed changes to autism funding:Take our poll: Is the province’s plan for funding autism services a good idea?

THE ISSUE: Funding for autism services LOCAL IMPACT: Parents speak out against funding caps that will negatively effect their children's development [Read entire story]

PHOTO SHOOTS: Keeping cats and dogs healthy in Etobicoke:toronto.com takes a ‘paws’ to find out about pet care

toronto.com takes a ‘paws’ to find out about pet care [Read entire story]

Deer Park joins chorus demanding the city clear their sidewalks:Residents say it’s unfair for the city to clear select communities

The Issue: City snow removal Local Impact: Deer Park residents are lobbying the city to clear all city sidewalks, not just those in the suburbs [Read entire story]

Condo, rental buildings being built off Leslie Street in North York:1 Adra Villaway

The work is by Deltera Inc. (Tridel), which is working in partnership with Toronto Community Housing Corporation. [Read entire story]

Robotics project by Toronto Beach students aims to link astronauts with home:Take our poll: How important is tech education – like robotics – for youth?

THE ISSUE: Technology education LOCAL IMPACT: Glen Ames PS in the Beach is teaching students how to tackle real-world problems with robotics [Read entire story]

North York senior donates handmade wig stands to cancer patients:Handcrafted creations a work of art, says volunteer coordinator

THE ISSUE: Coping with hair loss from chemotherapy LOCAL IMPACT: A North York man donates wooden wig stands to cancer patients at Sunnybrook’s Odette Cancer Centre [Read entire story]

Felix Auger-Aliassime falls in 1st round of Argentina Open

Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime was eliminated in the first round of the Argentina Open on Monday. [Read entire story]

‘It hurts to think about': Canada’s men’s hockey team reflects on Olympic bronze

Sean Burke still can't bring himself to watch the game. The general manager of Canada's men's hockey team at the Pyeongchang Olympics has no interest in reliving the country's stunning 4-3 loss to Germany in the [Read entire story]

Canada coach Herdman says Bayern experience benefiting Alphonso Davies

Canada coach John Herdman says Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies is already making strides at Bayern Munich despite limited appearances. [Read entire story]

Tiger-Cats re-sign key defenders Simoni Lawrence, Delvin Breaux

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats re-signed veteran linebacker Simoni Lawrence to a two-year contract Monday and then came to terms with defensive back Delvin Breaux on a three-year deal. [Read entire story]

Sheldon Kennedy on abuse in amateur sport in Canada

Former NHL player and sexual assault victim Sheldon Kennedy says his childhood was stolen. [Read entire story]

Browns sign troubled former Chiefs RB Kareem Hunt

The Cleveland Browns' signing of Kareem Hunt once again shines a spotlight somewhere other than the team's on-field performance. Hunt, who was released 2 1/2 months ago by Kansas City after a video surfaced showing the [Read entire story]

Kyler Murray walks away from $4M US, chooses NFL over MLB

​When Kyler Murray won the Heisman Trophy, the Oakland Athletics knew there was a chance he might chose football over baseball, and that is what happened on Monday. The quarterback is eligible for this year's NFL draft, [Read entire story]

Leonard leads Raptors to victory in Gasol’s home debut

Kawhi Leonard had a game-high 30 points and hit the game-winning shot with 4.2 seconds left as the Toronto Raptors defeated the Brooklyn Nets 127-125 on Monday. [Read entire story]

A shocking portrait of sexual abuse in sports and some good advice for parents

The Buzzer is CBC Sports' daily newsletter. Get up to speed in a hurry on what's happening in sports, including what we can learn from a staggering report by CBC News and CBC Sports about the scope of sexual abuse in [Read entire story]

‘We’re here to win': Gasol says high post-season hopes made Toronto transition easier

More than a decade into his NBA career, Gasol was traded for the first time when the Raptors acquired him in a blockbuster deal at Thursday's NBA trade deadline. The player affectionately known as "Big Spain" said [Read entire story]

Canadiens acquire veteran centre Nate Thompson from Kings

The Montreal Canadiens have acquired centre Nate Thompson and a fifth-round pick in 2019 from Los Angeles in exchange for a fourth-round pick in 2019. [Read entire story]

Jeremy Lin plans to sign with Raptors after getting bought out

The Hawks waived Lin on Monday and Jim Tanner, one of his agents, confirmed Lin's plan to join Toronto. [Read entire story]

Investigation on sex abuse ‘broke my heart,’ Science and Sport Minister Kirsty Duncan says

Federal Sport Minister Kirsty Duncan and the Canadian athletes organization AthletesCAN have called for change after an investigation by CBC News and Sports revealed at least 222 coaches involved in amateur sports in [Read entire story]

​Edmonton Eskimos president Len Rhodes not seeking another term with CFL club

Len Rhodes won't be seeing another term as the Edmonton Eskimos president and chief executive officer. [Read entire story]

Frenchman Pinturault wins gold in Alpine combined at skiing worlds

Alexis Pinturault finally transferred his consistent winning form on the World Cup circuit into a gold medal at a major championship. [Read entire story]

Four Continents: It’s all about how you finish

The free skate is what makes figure skating so compelling. For Pj Kwong, it's not what you did yesterday, but what you and everyone else in the field is doing in the long program that propels you — or not — towards a [Read entire story]