Today in the city Toronto 12.12.2018
Brad Blair, Acting Head Of Ontario Provincial Police, Calls For Probe Into Doug Ford Hiring Family Friend

TORONTO — The interim commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police is asking the province's ombudsman to investigate the appointment of Premier Doug Ford's family friend to the force's top job....

Mayor John Tory makes appointments to Toronto city council

The appointments, which will be reviewed at midterm, are to be formally confirmed during a city council meeting on Thursday.

10 things you don’t know about the Bloor St. Viaduct as it turns 100

To mark its 100th birthday, the Star presents facts about one of Toronto’s most recognizable landmarks.

Les Chinois tirent sur Canada Goose

Le titre du fabricant canadien de manteaux de luxe Canada Goose a chuté de 19 % en Bourse depuis les appels au boycottage d’investisseurs chinois.

William Nylander leads Toronto Maple Leafs to 4-1 win over Carolina Hurricanes

William Nylander recorded his first points of the season assisting on two goals while Morgan Rielly notched the game-winning goal as the Leafs dropped the Hurricanes 4-1.

Toronto man charged with sexual assault in North York

Toronto police have arrested a 50-year-old man in connection with a sexual assault of a sex worker in late November.

Police say they've busted gun-manufacturing ring in the Toronto area

A group making and selling illegal handguns using legal parts has been busted in the Toronto area after an eight-month investigation that culminated in a massive raid, Ontario Provincial Police.

Breaking down the ‘disturbing’ data in Toronto police racial profiling report

The Ontario Human Rights Commission obtained never-before-seen information about death, serious injury and sexual assault probes involving Toronto police.

Toronto Police Continue To Disproportionately Shoot, Kill And Use Force On Black People: Report

A black person is 20 times more likely than a white person to be shot and killed by Toronto police. That's just one of the findings in a new Ontario Human Rights Commission report described as disturb...

Black residents more likely to die during interactions with Toronto cops: report

The Ontario Human Rights Commission says numbers uncovered during an inquiry into Toronto police suggests black city residents are right to be concerned about their interactions with the force's offic...

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