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The streets of Toronto were flooded with rainbow flags and cheers as thousands celebrated the LGBTQ community at the 35th annual Pride Parade.
Take a look at how the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games athletes will live during their time in Toronto.
The first storm of the summer brought a big light show to southern Ontario, as wind and heavy rain knocked down trees and caused several streets to be flooded in the London area.
It's music's biggest night in Toronto - the MuchMusic Video Awards. And stars were out in their best on the red carpet.
Go back (in time) to school with photos from the Toronto District School Board's new museum.
CTV News photojournalist George Stamou turns his lens on Toronto to capture daily life across our city.
It's taken thousands of hours and millions of dollars to build. A scale version of Toronto titled 'Our Home and Miniature Land' is an incredibly detailed representation of the Big Smoke.
A two-mast schooner believed to date back to the 1800s was excavated from the base of a Toronto condo development.
Racers get into their groove with the track during the first practice of the Honda Indy.
Dark clouds, strong wind and thunder and lightning tore through parts of southern Ontario.
Amazing vintage and modern vehicles are gathering in London, Ont. for one of the biggest annual automotive events on June 6-7.
GO Transit's train system is getting an upgrade with 100 new cars to hit the rails by 2017.
Dutch King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima visited the National War Memorial in Ottawa and handed out scholarships at the University of Waterloo during their three-day visit to Canada.
Updated: It spent years sitting at the foot of Yonge Street in Toronto Harbour, but former floating restaurant Captain John's is finally being towed away.