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Five years after the protests that saw over 1,000 Torontonians arrested, a delayed police conviction offers a poignant salve for a lingering scar.
Glad Hand is Torontoist's political cartoon, created by Brett Lamb and appearing here every Thursday.
The TVO host testified yesterday at the hearing of a senior officer facing multiple charges for his conduct during the weekend meeting.
Torontoist reporter Wyndham Bettencourt-McCarthy was assaulted by a police officer during the G20—a case in which charges were dropped this week. She writes about how it has reshaped her view of policing in Toronto.
Photographic evidence ruled inadmissible.
Looking back at the decade-long legacy of Toronto's outgoing police chief.
Constable Babak Andalib-Goortani sentenced for assault with a weapon in G20 attack on Adam Nobody.
Constable Babak Andalib-Goortani used excessive force in arresting Adam Nobody, court finds.
Const. Glenn Weddell has been acquitted of aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.
Seven plaintiffs seek $1.4 million in damages, allege wrongful arrest.
The last major G20 report focused on what actually happened on the ground; this one looks earlier, to the procedures that were set up to help manage the summit in the first place.
To the weekend that turned downtown into a war zone.
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.
The full text of Chief William Blair's statement regarding OIPRD's G20 report.
You're lolling in bed right now, aren't you? Well, there's a fresh pot of coffee and a slab of news for you to wake up to: a report outlining police actions at the G20 pricier than first thought—and still (yeah, still) not released; the LCBO blows up in scandal like a cheap afternoon soap opera; TTC fare collector busted for napping; and some peregrine falcons keep on getting it on across from Harlequin Enterprises.
Leah Henderson receives 10 months of jail time for counselling mischief.