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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has defended his actions in one of the videos released of him.

Officials at Toronto’s Pearson Airport say they have seized over 40 kilograms of suspected cocaine concealed in eight suitcases

One man arrested for York University shooting

Durham police find shoe said to belong to missing Whitby teacher

Carbon monoxide poisoning kills three, hospitalizes two in Brampton home
State funeral held for Jim Flaherty in Toronto

People of all political stripes packed the St. James Cathedral in Toronto this afternoon for the state funeral of former finance minister Jim Flaherty. Mourners entered the church wearing green as a reference to his Irish heritage. Friends, family and others close to Flaherty took to the podium to share their own personal memories of Read More

Brampton school stabbing leads to 1 injury, 2 arrests

One male student was rushed to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after a high school stabbing in Brampton. Peel Police say two people were fighting at St. Roch Catholic Secondary School around 11:30 am when several others joined them. Two suspects were taken into custody and another is outstanding after the school was placed under lockdown Read More

Ex-basketball player, accomplice arrested in east end murder

A former high school basketball star has been arrested following a deadly shooting in the city’s east end. 23 year old Alwayne Bigby is one of two men charged in the murder of 33 year old Andrea White. The incident was uncovered inside a townhouse at Old Finch and Morningside around 11pm Saturday. Police believe Read More

Man charged in 2012 shooting pleads guilty to manslaughter

A man has pleaded guilty to two counts of manslaughter in a deadly east-end shooting two years ago. Sitting in a courtroom this morning, Nahom Tsegazab also pleaded guilty to six counts of aggravated assault in the mass shooting, which took place at a community barbeque on Danzig Street in July 2012. Tsegazab has already Read More

Toronto Police expecting rise in motorcycle accidents, including fatalities

As the weather outside gets warmer, Toronto Police are concerned about a rise in motorcycle accidents. According to Traffic Services, motorcycle crashes over the past four years have resulted in fatalities. The number of deaths on Toronto’s streets increased from 1 in 2010 to 7 last year. Factors such as the speed of the bike Read More

Students injured in campus shooting sues for $20 million

Two students injured in the shooting at York University last month are launching a 20 million dollar lawsuit against the school. Annie Malik and Namra Malik (no relation) were hit with bullets when a gun went off in the student centre on the night of March 6. Both women spoke in a press conference with Read More

TDSB proposes mandatory background checks for school volunteers

The Toronto District School Board is reviewing a plan that will require criminal background checks for parents and others volunteering at school events. If the proposal is approved, volunteers will need to be checked every four years, with annual updates. Critics of the plan say this will discourage participation from parents in their children’s schools. Read More

Mayor adds Ben Johnson, TV actor to list of supporters

Mayor Rob Ford has picked up some interesting supporters for his campaign. Former Olympic sprinter Ben Johnson and Sam Tarasco from the TV show Trailer Park Boys were at city hall yesterday afternoon, and the mayor says they were there to help with his election campaign. His brother and campaign manager, Councillor Doug Ford, says Read More

Stabbing at North York office complex leaves 4 injured

A suspect is now in custody after an early morning stabbing at a North York office building. Toronto paramedics have confirmed four people were stabbed with a sharp object inside the complex at Yonge Street and York Mills Road before 10am. A man and woman, both in their 30s, suffered critical injuries, while the two Read More

Easter Parade to bar political officials this year

Organizers of the Easter Parade in Toronto have put their foot down and banned all politicians, especially mayoral candidates, from the event. The Toronto Beaches Lions Club say they want the parade to be a politics-free zone about community and families, not votes. Director Keith Begley says city officials don’t adhere to the rules of Read More

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