Top stories READ MORE UPDATE: This winter could be the snowiest in 10 years The Weather Network predicts southern Ontario could see a whole month of above normal temperatures Hamilton high school evacuated over bomb threat Officers are currently searching St Mary's Catholic school near Main Street and Hwy 403. College students who withdraw from classes because of strike to get tuition refund The province has released more details on the fund being set up for college students affected by the strike. UPDATE: College strike ends as back-to-work legislation passes Ontario's legislature passes back to work bill. Florida sees record tourism despite Hurricane Irma Irma is blamed for at least 70 deaths and plunged much of the state into darkness Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip celebrate 70th wedding anniversary The royal family is reportedly holding a gathering at Windsor Castle to celebrate Santa's in town? You need an appointment this year Families may have to book as far as five days in advance at Macy's flagship store Is your baby or toddler getting enough exercise? New guidelines set out minimum activity for kids under age four UPDATE: The Argos are going to the Grey Cup The Argos will face the Stampeders in Ottawa on Sunday WATCH: Women dominate American Music Awards, but not as nominees Only six female artists or groups that include women won in more than two dozen fan voted awards Infamous cult leader Charles Manson dead at 83 The California Department of Corrections says Manson died of natural causes Sunday UPDATE: Zimbabwe president defies mounting pressure to leave office Robert Mugabe says he will preside over a ruling party congress in December. NAFTA: Canada delivers a lecture first, counter-proposal on autos to come later Multiple sources say Canada plans to present information at the current round, not a counter-proposal. Police now ticketing rule-breakers on King St Toronto Police say thousands of warnings have been given to drivers not following the new rules Talk Socks × × Thanks for voting! Now that the college strike is over, who do you think is most to blame? The union, for starting the strike in the first place. The union, for starting the strike in the first place. The college council, for not creating a fair workplace. The college council, for not creating a fair workplace. The Liberal government, for not stepping in sooner. The Liberal government, for not stepping in sooner. The NDP, for delaying the back-to-work legislation. The NDP, for delaying the back-to-work legislation. All parties involved! All parties involved! Vote In-Depth IPA Don't Miss OPP: Truckers to blame for 2/3 of crashes they've been involved in this year Neil Young to release entire archive of recordings for free UPDATE: Drug squad officer died of fentanyl overdose UPDATE: NDP blocks back-to-work bill aimed at ending college strike Hate crime charges laid against 2 men behind 'Your Ward News'