Archive for 'Megan Marrelli'
In March, she encouraged the City to open safe injection sites. In June, she overdosed and died.
When the Frank brothers aren't crafting guitars they're playing in their band. But this gig really is "already the dream job."
How Andrew Wight saves the pesky city critters stuck in sticky situations.
With decreasing funds from federal and provincial governments, the City's Shelter Support and Housing budget faces an increasingly difficult task.
Recent anti-racism movements on U.S. college campuses spark similar protests in Toronto.
The sixth project of its kind in Toronto, this Regent Park clinic is especially focused on developmental healthcare
Opinions on ending homelessness vary as much as the underlying concerns.
Want to escape the bustle of downtown life? For some, nature's tranquility is right here in the city.
An association rule about transferring student athletes makes it tough for players on the Eastern Commerce Saints to play for strong teams, and could limit their basketball careers.
The GTA's scariest botanical invader is on its way out, thanks to aggressive action by the municipality and TRCA.
Lisi is scheduled to appear back in court at the end of next month.
We answer some frequently asked questions about the ongoing Sandro Lisi trial, now in the preliminary court stage.
Despite an enrolment of only 62 students, Eastern Commerce Collegiate Institute continues to have one of the best basketball programs in Toronto. With the school facing closure, we followed the team through the playoffs as the Saints tried to defend their city championship, and the school's legacy.
But being a winter liveaboard is not for everyone.
The Toronto Police Services Board is looking for the city's next top cop—and they want the public's help in their search.
Members of a local community organization share stories of being targeted and abused by police.
The 56-year-old facility is an icon of Toronto's industrial past amid proliferating waterfront condos.
Residents are hoping that a neighbourhood can be rebuilt without harming a community.