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PBT: Report: Bulls, Rockets now front-runners for Camby (Heat not so much)

Marcus Camby is an unrestricted free agent, thank you very much Raptors. And big men who can protect the rim have real value around the league, so it is no shock the guy traded to then set free by Toronto has other suitors. Nothing has come together yet, but the Bulls and Rockets are the… Full story

BlackBerry lays off 250 employees in latest round of cuts

TORONTO (Reuters) - BlackBerry Ltd has laid off about 250 of its employees at its headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario, as part of its latest move to trim costs, the smartphone maker said on Thursday. Full story

Train involved in Spanish crash built by Bombardier and Talgo: Bombardier

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian train and plane maker Bombardier Inc said on Thursday the train involved in the Spanish rail crash that killed at least 78 people was built by its consortium with Spanish intercity passenger train maker Talgo. Full story

Bombardier delays first flight of CSeries for third time

TORONTO (Reuters) - Bombardier Inc <BBDb.TO> delayed the maiden flight of its CSeries jetliner for a third time on Wednesday, promising the flight "in the coming weeks" instead of July, a move likely to rattle airlines that have stepped up to buy the all-new plane. Full story

Hooked! Male Fish Lure Females With Genital Claws

When male guppies fail to win over females with their good looks and dance moves, they turn to another, more aggressive set of tools: claws on the tips of their genitalia. Full story

MST: IndyCar notes: Rahal’s engineering change, Tagliani’s beaver costume

The IZOD IndyCar Series is in the midst of a needed – if perhaps ill-timed – break after a stretch of nine races in nine weekends, with only one off weekend (June 28-30) in-between the end of May and July 12-14 in Toronto. So while news is at a bit of a crawl, there’s still… Full story

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  Toronto flooded by massive rainfall

A commuter train carrying 1500 people was stopped in its tracks during the heavy storm that resulted in water rescues and subway closures. NBC’s Brian Williams reports

  Is Crookie the New Cronut?

It is time to move over "Cronut", the "Crookie" is here to give some competition. A french bakery in Toronto has packed the croissant with crushed Oreos inside as well as one on the top.

  Commuter train passengers saved after flash floods

Rescue crews used boats to pull stranded passengers from a flooded commuter train after flash floods hit Toronto.

  Massive police raids make Toronto mayor sweat

More than 40 people were arrested in dramatic early-morning police raids in Toronto. Chris Hayes examines the details and finds out how bad they are for Toronto's embattled right-wing mayor Rob Ford.

  Toronto Mayor Rob Ford isn't going anywhere

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford insists "everything's going fine," yet two more of his staffers have just quit and the Toronto Star reports that Ford knew where the video tape of his alleged drug use was being kept. Chris Hayes talks with Robyn Doolittle of the Toronto Star, who has seen the tape.

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