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Toronto police chief condemns Saturday riots at Yonge-Dundas

Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders wants to open up dialogue about a violent disturbance caught on video this past weekend at Yonge-Dundas Square. The footage was taken Saturday night, when police were called to the square after reports of someone with a gun. An apparent fight broke out, leading many to flee the scene. Police Read More

Man charged in fatal 2012 highway crash jailed for five years

The man charged in a fatal impaired-driving crash from three years ago has been sentenced to five years in prison. Sabastian Prosa will also be banned from driving for eight years. Prosa’s SUV went the wrong way on Highway 427, crashing head-on with a minivan near the Queen Elizabeth Way in August 2012. The incident Read More

Toronto Police seeking murder suspect in 2014 Regent Park shooting

Toronto Police are making an appeal for more information in the murder of Yusuf Ali, the 18-year-old man shot dead in Regent Park one year ago today. Ali was killed while walking with friends on Creemore Avenue, on the afternoon of October 6, 2014. Witnesses reported hearing somewhere between six and eight gunshots. Speaking to Read More

Toddler found wandering in Scarborough returned home by police

A toddler has been returned to his family after he was found wandering alone in a Scarborough neighbourhood early this morning. According to police, the boy is between two and three years old, and said that his name is Trey. He was not dressed for the cold weather, and was found at Danforth and Kennedy Read More

Marco Muzzo, accused in Vaughan crash, has bail hearing adjourned

The man charged in the collision that killed a grandfather and three children briefly appeared in a Newmarket court today on numerous charges. 29-year-old Marco Muzzo of King Township had his bail hearing adjourned to later this month. He faces 18 charges, including impaired driving, in the crash that took place last Sunday at a Read More

Toronto officer in Sammy Yatim case pleads not guilty

A Toronto police officer has pleaded not guilty in the shooting death of a teenager two years ago. Constable James Forcillo is charged with second-degree murder and attempted murder in the death of Sammy Yatim. The 18-year-old was fatally shot on an empty streetcar on Dundas Street West in July 2013, in an incident caught Read More

Third man charged in 2014 death of Pickering woman

A man has been charged as the third suspect in the murder of a Pickering woman last year. Durham Regional Police says the body of 39-year-old Carmela Knight was found in the burned-out garage of her home on Pebblestone Crescent in September 2014. Knight’s death was considered suspicious, and investigators found signs of trauma. Matthew Read More

Mother of man charged in fatal collision in Vaughan offers condolences

The mother of a man facing charges in a fatal crash in Vaughan this weekend has issued a statement to the victims’ families. Marco Muzzo’s mother Dawn released the statement through a lawyer, expressing her condolences to the Neville, Lake and Frias families. The crash occurred Sunday at Kirby Road and Kipling Avenue; four people Read More

Peel police review into Carby shooting done in secret, say reports

Peel Regional Police promised a review of police conduct in the case of Jermaine Carby, the man gunned down by police last year. However, new reports suggest that review was conducted in secret. According to the Toronto Star, the findings of the internal probe were revealed to the board in a closed-door meeting on Friday. Read More

Ontario school support staff steps up job action

Thousands of school support staff across Ontario began phase two of their work-to-rule campaign, as they await further contract negotiations with the province. 55,000 members of CUPE Education Workers will not be attending unpaid meetings or training sessions. Also as part of the campaign, custodians will not be cleaning the grounds, and there will be Read More

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