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A storm warning put in place by Environment Canada on Sunday remains in effect, and the federal weather agency warns that
Toronto Hydro was working to restore power to thousands of customers still in the dark and city crews began clearing extensive
A summer rainstorm blew into the GTA and southern Ontario on Tuesday. Global Toronto has this footage from a camera in Toronto's
Environment Canada has issued a thunderstorm alert for the Toronto area and parts of southern Ontario Tuesday. Heavy rain
Four men have been injured by a lightning strike on a golf course north of Toronto, with one man in critical condition, police
A strong summer storm knocked out power in parts of the GTA on Tuesday. Large parts of Toronto experienced power outages
A major storm hit Toronto Tuesday evening and the photos coming in social media are nothing short of terrifying. The storm
Follow our Facebook page Or follow us on Twitter Follow @HuffPostCanada Also on HuffPost A severe thunderstorm also hit Toronto
With Toronto's ice storm now past, the city is turning its attention to cleaning up fallen branches and taking care of damaged trees -- a process that we're told will cost $75-million. About $25-million of that money will be spent on picking up the debris, with the rest going to tending to the injured tree canopy. Despite the extensive damage, though, Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly's musings about calling in the army to help wrestle errant branches into submission seems an overreaction. Perhaps the more relevant musing at this point is: Why is it so onerous for Toronto residents to maintain, prune, or -- God forbid -- remove trees in their own yards?
Toronto Hydro said late Sunday night that power had been restored to all but 3,000 customers, and work on those outages would