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.
CTV News Toronto at Six for Dec. 6, 2022
A woman says she was stabbed with a needle by a stranger while walking in downtown Toronto; a developer got a 21 per cent loan in order to purchase a swath of protected Greenbelt land that was later released for development; and, a Toronto man lost $50,000 to a cryptocurrency scam.
CTV News Toronto at Six for Dec. 5, 2022
A family of four can expect their grocery bill to rise by more than $1,000 in 2023; children are bearing the brunt of a crisis in Ontario hospitals amid a surge in respiratory illness patients; and, CUPE representing education support workers have agreed to a new deal with the Ontario government.
CTV News Toronto at Six for Dec. 2, 2022
York Memorial students walked out of the classroom amid continuous reports of violence and "constant chaos"; concerns are being raised about the sale of Greenbelt land that was earmarked for a future Ontario hospital site; and, here's why you should switch from single-use batteries to reusable ones.
CTV News Toronto at Six for Dec. 1, 2022
Reports of a person with a gun inside a Toronto school sent it and others nearby into lockdown; a 61-year-old bus driver was arrested after failing a sobriety test while on the job; and, one Toronto family says they were quoted $15,000 for a repair by a plumbing company that cost only $50 to fix when they got a second opinion.
CTV News Toronto at Six for Nov. 30, 2022
Ontario's auditor general says poor planning meant millions of wasted taxpayer dollars; police arrest 107 people in a massive Ontario-wide investigation into child exploitation; and, who stole the Toronto Humane Society's rescue van?
CTV News Toronto at Six for Nov. 29, 2022
Reports of chronic, ongoing violence at York Memorial Collegiate in Toronto has prompted concerns by staff and students; an Ontario court struck down a law that capped wages for some public sector workers; and, York police says at least 77 break-and-enters have been reported in the two weeks since daylight saving commenced.
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My daily must listen with one suggestion
This is my daily lesson to catch up on the news. One minor suggestion: cut out the “headline again” section, while I know it’s probably a straight copy from the tv news, on podcast it doesn’t make sense to hear the exact same top headline again in the middle of the podcast.
Stop spreading false news, get out there and and cover the news, get out there and talk to the real people on the line.