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TTC, Metrolinx probing separate anti-Muslim incidents on public transit

An investigation is underway after reports of another racist incident in Toronto involving two women wearing hijabs on the subway. It’s alleged the incident happened yesterday evening, when the women were on a train going east from Bloor-Yonge station to Sherbourne station. Two men and a woman boarded the train, and reportedly began yelling racist Read More

Most Torontonians back Ontario carding ban, says new poll

A newly released poll suggests that the majority of Torontonians support the Ontario government’s proposed ban on arbitrary police carding. The Forum Research poll was conducted with 812 voters in Toronto, and found that 55 percent support the ban, while 29 percent do not. Ontario’s Community Safety Minister Yasir Naqvi announced last month that the Read More

Toronto Police sued by family of man in alleged assault by officers

The family of a 21-year-old man is filing a lawsuit against Toronto Police, claiming he was violently assaulted in a mistaken arrest caught on video. It’s said that on the morning of November 1, Santokh Bola was headed to his family’s Islington Avenue store to work with his grandfather, before he was beaten and restrained Read More

Local non-profit invites GTA youth to Rexdale job fair

Finding a job can be challenging, especially for young people, but one event hopes to open the door to more opportunities. Community Microskills Development Centre, a local non-profit organization, will be hosting a job fair next week in Rexdale. Cherie Wade, Job Development Specialist at the Centre, told G987 that the event will assist GTA Read More

Muslim woman attacked in apparent hate crime in Flemingdon Park

Toronto police are investigating a possible hate crime involving the assault of a Muslim mother in Flemingdon Park. Police say the woman was picking up her son from Grenoble Public School at Don Mills and Eglinton around 3pm yesterday, before she was approached by two men who yelled racist and xenophobic slurs at her. They Read More

Police seek suspect in alleged sex assault in downtown Toronto

Toronto police have issued an arrest warrant for a man accused of the violent sexual assault of a woman downtown. 45-year-old Brennan Wayne Guigue is wanted for the attack before midnight on November 6 at Yonge and Alexander Streets, north of Carlton Street. Police say the 28-year-old woman was walking on Alexander before the suspect Read More

Remembrance Day ceremonies held nationwide to honour Canadian veterans

Ceremonies were held across Canada for Remembrance Day to honour the men and women that fought and died for this country, and those that continue to fight today. In Toronto, a large and diverse crowd gathered at the Cenotaph at Old City Hall. That’s where Mayor John Tory delivered a message, not only to recognize Read More

BBPA to host 2015 National Black Business and Professional Convention

The Black Business and Professional Association (BBPA) is hosting its 6th Annual National Black Business and Professional Convention in Toronto. This year’s event will be held under the banner “S.O.A.R. – Stretch, Overcome, Achieve, Reach”. The two-day convention aims to present the best in Black Canadian business, and bring together employers, students, government officials and Read More

Man arrested in 1990 stabbing death of gas station attendant in east end

Toronto Police have made an arrest in connection with a murder case, almost 25 years after it occurred. 38-year-old Surinder Singh Parmar was fatally stabbed in a Danforth Road gas station bathroom on November 19, 1990. Parmar moved to Canada in July the same year, leaving his wife and children in India. He was working Read More

Man charged with manslaughter in Leaside shooting

A man is facing a manslaughter charge after another man was fatally shot last night at a home in Leaside. 23-year-old Campbell Smith was shot once in the home at Eglinton Avenue and Brentcliffe Road. He was rushed to a trauma centre where he died. Smith was celebrating his 24th birthday a day early, and Read More

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