Bruce McArthur, 66, made his first court appearance this morning, facing charges of first-degree murder in relation to the two missing men from The Village. Caryn Lieberman reports from the Church and Wellesley village. Bruce McArthur, a year-old Toronto man, was arrested and charged Thursday as part of an investigation into the disappearance of Selim Esen and Andrew Kinsman. McArthur made a brief appearance in court Friday and was returned to custody until Feb. Alphonso King and his husband John Allan were among those who packed the downtown Toronto courtroom. King said they wanted to see the face of the man whose alleged actions kept the gay village on edge for the better part of a year.
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Air Canada and Star Alliance flights arrive at Terminal 1 while all other carriers arrive at Terminal 3. Terminal 2 is no longer used. If you're going to spend most of your time in central Toronto, you don't need to rent a car.
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