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Councillor retracts his statements about alleged information leaks from the police after Blair files defamation notice against him.
Looking back at the decade-long legacy of Toronto's outgoing police chief.
The Toronto police chief's tenure will come to an end next April.
Bill Blair asked the OPP to assume an oversight role in the ongoing investigation, and the OPP has agreed to the request.
Mayor's brother goes on the attack, calls Bill Blair biased.
Chief Bill Blair confirms that the video once viewed by Gawker and the Toronto Star is in the hands of Toronto police.
Police chief attempts to explain why he won't answer any questions about allegations that surround the mayor.
Retired Associate Chief Justice of Ontario Dennis O'Connor will lead a review of the way police handle emotionally disturbed people.
Police chief expresses his condolences, but says he cannot answer any questions as the Special Investigation Unit looks into the shooting.
The extreme heat continues today and tomorrow and forever. Like it. In the news: Mayor Rob Ford says something about money for the Scarborough subway and then retracts it and then Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says maybe it shouldn't have been retracted and, make it stop, a Toronto police officer gets disciplined for having posed as a stranded GO train passenger, a Toronto police assault trial got dramatically disrupted yesterday, and, yes, the heat continues.
How's it going? You seem great. Some news for you: Mayor Rob Ford's director of logistics and operations, David Price, gets in trouble—again—for refusing to identify himself while committing an indiscretion, plans for the revitalization of Ontario Place are partially revealed, the provincial government plans to investigate financial management practices at the TDSB, and the Attorney General weighs in on why Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair has been vague about whether the mayor is under criminal investigation.
Police chief won't say whether or not the mayor is under investigation.
Here's a handy timeline for how events will unfold.
Thursday night, more than 50 of Toronto's business leaders—including a city councillor and the police chief—slept on the street to help raise funds for the city's homeless youth.
"Strong indications" that gangs may have been involved in last night's shooting, which left two dead and another 21 injured.
Proceedings begin for some officers charged under the Police Services Act in relation to G20 incidents; tribunal now adjourned until September.
Two years later, we finally have OIPRD's comprehensive assessment of police action during the G20. It's a report that tries to be fair to all sides, but ends up being too generous to police on some key points.