Christine Pagulayan

CBC News Reporter

Christine Pagulayan is a reporter with CBC Toronto. She is also a producer at CBC News Network and The National. She has worked for CBC News in Moncton, Halifax, Vancouver, and Winnipeg. Find her on Twitter: @christineisa.

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Award-winning composer A.R. Rahman teams up with Toronto-based production company

Award-winning composer, producer, and singer-songwriter A.R. Rahman can also add director to his list of credits thanks to Canada's newest film and music production company, Ideal Entertainment

'We don't have the tools to build a 21st century city,' says Mississauga mayor

Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie told Metro Morning that the focus on road tolls misses the bigger picture: the chronic provincial underfunding of municipalities.

Metrolinx has paid out nearly $4M in refunds over the past 3 years

Metrolinx has paid GO Transit riders $3.8 million in refunds over the past three years because of trains that were more than 15 minutes late.

Toronto man charged with impaired driving after crash that left 1 dead, 2 injured

A 23-year-old Toronto man is in custody after a car slammed into a pole near a downtown intersection, leaving one person dead and two others injured.

Metrolinx launches Twitter service for 7 GO Transit rail lines

Metrolinx has launched a new Twitter service to help commuters track their ride. Each GO Transit train line now has its own Twitter feed, offering real-time updates.

Metallica plays Toronto's Opera House tonight, in support of a 'delighted' food bank

As Metallica gears up for a night of rock at the Opera House, the food bank that's benefiting from the show is fielding calls from metal fans frantically looking for tickets.

Bombardier sends Eglinton Crosstown, Finch West LRT test car to Kingston, Ont. for trials

A prototype light-rail vehicle for Toronto's Eglinton Crosstown and Finch West LRT is en route to undergo testing — two years after Bombardier was supposed to deliver the project's first test car.

City to spend $94M on snow operations for the season

The city is setting aside $94 million for snow operations. That includes 600 snowplows, 300 sidewalk plows and 200 salt trucks.

Danzig Street shooter deserves a second chance, victims' relatives say

Relatives of the two victims who died in the Danzig Street shooting delivered emotional victim impact statements Friday at the sentencing hearing for a 21-year-old man convicted of second-degree murder in connection with the deadly shootout.

City librarian speaks out against hate graffiti at Toronto Public Library branch

Vickery Bowles, the city librarian for the Toronto Public Library, released a statement on hate graffiti found on library property.