Posts Filed Under: Matthew Daley
The news this morning: James Forcillo speaks about shooting Sammy Yatim, a potential mob war in Toronto, and teachers signing new contracts.
In the news today: James Forcillo's trial continues, a possible new designation for dangerous dogs, and how city officials are dealing with medical pot.
In the news: medical marijuana smokers exempt from e-cigarette ban, a Toronto couple is charged with gang sex assault on a minor, and Jose Bautista's bat flip gets the ugly Christmas sweater treatment.
In the news: Grenadier Pond may see lift of ice skating ban, @norm wants more Toronto signs, and Toronto's first snowfall causes several collisions across the city.
In the news: Canada anticipates the arrival of Syrian refugees, a social media group creates a "buddy system" for vulnerable travellers, and a Toronto web design company is under fire.
In the news this morning: a tenant faces off against her landlord, a family wonders why one of their own died when police came, and how John Tory stacks up on council votes.
In the news today: trans activists, Muslims calling for an end to bigotry, and TTC fare debate.
In the news today: testimony that James Forcillo used unnecessary force in shooting Sammy Yatim, hunger strike at the Toronto South Detention Centre, and affordable housing promises from John Tory.
In the news: body of Canadian killed in Syria to return home Friday, Jays second baseman gets shoulder surgery, and a Mississauga man in critical condition following decorating fall.
In the news: taxi drivers consider an industry-wide strike, Peel police respond to a suspected suicide bomber, and a Toronto-born man makes the INTERPOL wanted list.
In the news: TDSB director of education to leave post, a city-wide diversion program aims to deter teens from reoffending, and teen charged in the murder of a York Region Police officer will not face jail time.
This morning's news: a mosque set on fire in Peterborough, a lawyer's drug smuggling conviction is overturned, and fentanyl goes missing in Mississauga.
The news this morning: a 4K water bill, closed childcare, and environmental policy.
The news today: a historically high budget for Toronto's police, Marc Garneau clarifies he is not reopening the Billy Bishop jet debate, and Patrick Brown's leadership race expense filing.
In the news: Son of murdered spa owner charged in death, TPS board to debate 2016 budget, and former York Regional Police officer charged with sexual assault.
In the news: Suspect in 1990 cold case charged with first-degree murder, André Alexis gets the Giller, and tainted candy toll rises.
In the news: Ontario to invest $498M in school renovations, virtual reality tours coming to a school near you, and police investigate syringe scare at Nathan Phillips Square.
Christmas tree kerfuffle, backpacks for the homeless, and an inquest into a child's death.