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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.
The mayor meets with a newly formed anti-carding group, says that he understands concerns better since he continued the status quo in April.
Soulpepper Theatre gives Dario Fo’s classic police farce a timely Toronto makeover.
Officers have yet to explain why they stopped a young man whom they eventually charged with assault.
The search for—and discovery of—two of H.H. Holmes's victims in Toronto.
New study examines the challenges facing LGBT cops—and the changes being made in the province's police services.
A brazen hold-up and kidnapping in 1929 seemed like a scene from a Hollywood movie.
Police militarization, racial profiling, and excessive force—they're not just problems for Ferguson, Missouri.
Mayoral candidate argues that beginning the search while an election is underway raises issues about fairness.
Suit alleges "excessive and unreasonable force” and "high-handed, shocking" conduct in last summer's shooting of an 18-year-old TTC passenger.
Early World Cup celebrations in Toronto.
Constable James Forcillo faces a charge of second-degree murder.
John Kluk, a mentally unstable murderer, skulks through the city's Eastern European enclave.
New app lets people record interactions with police.
What prompted a bobbed-haired choir singer to join her brother-in-law to rob a bank?
At a community meeting, Toronto police officers spoke to rattled residents of a condo building that was recently the site of a high-profile gang bust.
Instead of arguing with the law, hand them a fine cigar.