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G20: Police board seeks appeal of class-action certification for detainees

TORONTO – Two class-action lawsuits by hundreds of people detained during the G20 summit in Toronto four years ago are headed for another round of legal wrangling. 137 more words


What Canadian police are doing so Ferguson doesn't happen here

TORONTO – The fatal shooting of teenager Michael Brown by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri happened 1,000 kilometres from, and a year after, teenager… 1,494 more words


Update: Missing 14-year old boy Jesse Sarcobie found

Police have found a boy who had been missing for three days.

Jesse Sarcobie, 14, was last seen Saturday around 9:00 a.m. near Danforth and Woodbine Aves. 10 more words


Toronto police officer’s suicide still raising questions for mother five months later

The grieving mother of a Toronto police officer who took his own life in March is still desperate to read the suicide note investigators are keeping secret from her five months later. 604 more words


Union says Rob Ford put people ‘at risk’ by publicizing bomb threat

Watch above: Why did Rob Ford talk about the bomb threat? Angie Seth reports. 

TORONTO – The union representing hundreds of workers at city hall is filing a grievance against Mayor Rob Ford for telling the media about a bomb threat Monday. 373 more words


Public safety alert issued over unsolved neighbhourhood fires

TORONTO – Toronto police have issued a public safety alert after at least a dozen cars were torched in west-end Toronto last weekend.

Police are reminding residents to be mindful of their surroundings and to report anything suspicious in their community. 99 more words


Bill Blair accepts Doug Ford's apology, drops defamation suit

Watch above: Chief Bill Blair drops defamation suit against Doug Ford. Mark Carcasole reports. 

TORONTO – Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair has dropped his defamation suit against Doug Ford after the councillor issued a written apology for alleging the chief leaked information about an ongoing criminal case to the media. 383 more words