CityNews Toronto

CityNews Toronto


CityNews is now on Android!

Out of the newsroom and on the streets, CityNews Toronto is "everywhere" and dedicated to covering the local news stories and events that shape our city. CityNews' award-winning news team of trusted reporters, writers, anchors and meteorologists, share a hyper-local look at each day's events across Toronto and GTA.

Get up-to-the-minute news, breaking-news alerts, weather and traffic updates anywhere you are.

Watch a live stream of CityNews at 5, 6 and 11 p.m. each weekday as well as 6 and 11 p.m. each weekend.

Watch live streams of major breaking news events as they occur from our cameras blanketing the city.

The CityNews app lets you:
• Watch CityNews live
• Read local, national, international, sports and entertainment news stories
• Get push notifications when breaking news occurs
• Watch videos
• View real-time traffic images from Ministry of Transportation cameras across the city, all the way from the DVP to the Gardiner to the QEW to the 401.
• Get the current temperature and forecast as well as the 5-day forecast from our meteorologists
• Get real-time closures and cancellations information from the CityNews Storm Centre.
• View photo galleries
• Submit a news tip directly to the CityNews newsroom
• Get the latest sports news and scores from Sportsnet.
• Share stories via email and Facebook, Twitter
• Contact the CItyNews newsroom

Recent changes:
Minor bug fixes.
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About CityNews Toronto
CityNews is now on Android!

Out of the newsroom and on the streets, CityNews Toronto is "everywhere" and dedicated to covering the local news stories and events that shape our city. CityNews' award-winning news team of trusted reporters, writers, anchors and meteorologists, share a hyper-local look at each day's events across Toronto and GTA.

Get up-to-the-minute news, breaking-news alerts, weather and traffic updates anywhere you are.

Watch a live stream of CityNews at 5, 6 and 11 p.m. each weekday as well as 6 and 11 p.m. each weekend.

Watch live streams of major breaking news events as they occur from our cameras blanketing the city.

The CityNews app lets you:
• Watch CityNews live
• Read local, national, international, sports and entertainment news stories
• Get push notifications when breaking news occurs
• Watch videos
• View real-time traffic images from Ministry of Transportation cameras across the city, all the way from the DVP to the Gardiner to the QEW to the 401.
• Get the current temperature and forecast as well as the 5-day forecast from our meteorologists
• Get real-time closures and cancellations information from the CityNews Storm Centre.
• View photo galleries
• Submit a news tip directly to the CityNews newsroom
• Get the latest sports news and scores from Sportsnet.
• Share stories via email and Facebook, Twitter
• Contact the CItyNews newsroom

Recent changes:
Minor bug fixes.

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A Google User
Mar 15, 2015
Worse News coverage Around thousands people were out protesting against the new sex education curriculum, but the City News didn't mention anything.
A Google User
Feb 26, 2015
School bus driver Excellent
A Google User
Feb 16, 2015
Too many ads
A Google User
Feb 15, 2015
Great news coverage but those Ads!! I was hesitant to install the app after reading the reviews. What I found, the reviews are pretty accurate. If you're going to look at news videos like me, be prepared for the following: 1. Watching the same 30 second ad before each video. 2. touch "learn more" on ad to check link, video is frozen upon return. watch ad again. 3. Some times you get the dreaded 2 ads before the video. 4. As for the greedy video data usage reported by users, yup, that's true too. So, only use app on WiFi.
A Google User
Feb 13, 2015
Immediately uninstalled There's no reason a news app needs to run in the background. This causes data loss, battery drain and affects available RAM. No reason at all.
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