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A free screening The Skin We're In, followed by a Q&A, is tonight hosted by the Regent Park Film Festival.
The public trust in policing shouldn't be unconditional, and more progress needs to be made before a leap of faith.
Justice came way too late in the case of Nosakhare Ohenhen.
The FOI that changed policing in Toronto would be difficult to do today with falling journalism revenues.
If you thought the U.S. was worse off, think again.
What it’s like to be Black in Toronto, told through pixels.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss.
Two week protest ends in a meeting with the premier.
The new regulations come into effect January 1, 2017.
Nominated for: not giving up on correcting an injustice and building a better city.
A Chicago police station has been reimagined as a sprawling campus to be shared with residents. Will it actually help heal the police-public rift?
Recorded shootings are on the rise, but homicides are down. We examine how crime statistics are presented, and why they shouldn’t always be taken at face value.
In lieu of an outright ban, draft regulation from the province offers a drooping olive branch to restore goodwill between police and communities of colour.
Community overwhelmingly wants the controversial police practice abolished, not regulated.
Yesterday, Black Lives Matter took over Allen Road to share their message, and some people chose to focus on their tactics.
While the Police Services Board didn't end carding, yesterday it took its first meaningful steps towards reform this term.
We take a look at carding's current status, and what it will take to end the controversial police practice.
A lot happens in the course of a workweek. Here's a look back at the top stories from the past five days that you might have missed, or might care to revisit.