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Distrated Drivers BEWARE: News Driving Laws In Effect Today!

New traffic laws across the province are in effect as of today.  Distracted drivers will now be fined $490.00 with three demerit points upon conviction; and if the case goes to court the judge could increase the amount up to $1000. Other new laws include the expansion of the ”move over” law to include tow Read More

Police warn of fentanyl patches stolen from Toronto pharmacy

Toronto Police are concerned about the mass theft of a powerful drug in the downtown area. Officials say as many as 100 patches of fentanyl were stolen from a pharmacy at Church and Queen Streets, sometime between Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. Detective Sergeant Mike Richmond told media today about the dangers of fentanyl, a Read More

Ontario Liberals hold talks on controversial street checks in Peel Region

The Ontario government held a meeting in Peel Region to focus on police street checks. The practice, frequently known as “carding” in Toronto, has become a hot topic amongst the community, as some believe it’s a form of racial profiling. In a statement, Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie thanked the province for addressing the issue with Read More

Black kids stay longer in CAS care, according to newly reported figures

New data has apparently revealed that black children are staying longer than any other racial group in foster care or group homes. According to the Toronto Star, the Children’s Aid Society (CAS) of Toronto conducted a survey for 2008 fiscal year, and found that 45 percent of black children taken from parents in that period Read More

Toronto police point out white Ford Taurus in Shaka Reid shooting

Toronto Police have updated the public on the fatal shooting of a man in the downtown core last week. 36-year-old Shaka Reid was killed in the Dundas and Sherbourne area last Wednesday August 19. Police revealed surveillance footage featuring a white new-model Ford Taurus that was linked to the shooting. In a press conference this Read More

Four men charged in GTA break-and-enter cases

Four men face numerous charges in a string of break-and-enter cases across the GTA. York Regional Police say the suspects – one from Toronto, another from Brampton, and two from Mississauga – stole jewellery and other items in more than 35 break-ins since January at homes in York and Peel Regions. In a press conference Read More

Top-ranked Toronto officer found guilty in G20 mass arrests

A high ranking police officer who ordered the mass G20 arrests has been found guilty on several charges today.  A Police disciplinary hearing found Toronto Superintendent Mark Fenton guilty of discreditable conduct and unnecessary exercise of authority. The court heard Fenton was in charge of the downtown core and ordered the so-called kettling tactic to Read More

Toronto Police probing massive Ashley Madison hack

Toronto Police are looking into the major hack on Ashley Madison, a website used by people looking for extramarital relationships. It’s believed that hackers are personally reaching out to victims, threatening them if they fail to pay them money in exchange for avoiding exposure. Police Superintendent Bryce Evans also revealed unconfirmed reports of two suicides Read More

Toronto confirms first human West Nile case this year

Toronto Public Health has confirmed its first human case of the West Nile virus this year. Officials say the virus was detected in an adult, but did not reveal their age or gender. Toronto Public Health is still not sure where the person contracted the virus. There are two other confirmed cases in Ontario outside Read More

Two shootings in two separate parts of Toronto has police concerned

Two separate shootings in Toronto have brought attention to the increase in gun violence in the city. One man was shot near Yonge-Dundas Square early this morning, and suffered serious injuries. Another incident last night at Keele and Lawrence sent two men to hospital, one of them with life-threatening injuries. As these cases are being Read More

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