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Black people have successfully demanded change from our politicians and police
While the Police Services Board didn't end carding, yesterday it took its first meaningful steps towards reform this term.
The mayor has changed his position on carding, the controversial police practice, in a Sunday press conference.
Every week, Toronto is filled with Heroes and Villains. These are their stories.
The proposal would allow police to document residents personal information without telling them why.
We look at the civilian police board's requested carding reforms, and what the police have actually delivered.
The police chief's quiet suspension of police carding is no remedy for systemic racism in policing.
Toronto's new mayor says we are a "divided" city—and few subjects divide us like policing.
A board-commissioned survey suggests officers are ignoring the new policy on stopping and questioning civilians.
The Toronto Police Services Board is looking for the city's next top cop—and they want the public's help in their search.
Chief Bill Blair has been asked to report to the police board after two recent officer suicides.
Police militarization, racial profiling, and excessive force—they're not just problems for Ferguson, Missouri.
Action comes in response to Ford's allegations that Blair leaked information about a criminal case involving the mayor.
Looking back at the decade-long legacy of Toronto's outgoing police chief.
For the Toronto Police Service to adapt to changing needs, Mukherjee says it will need to adopt a change in leadership.
Mayoral candidate argues that beginning the search while an election is underway raises issues about fairness.
The Toronto police chief's tenure will come to an end next April.
In a new documentary, young men share personal stories about the controversial police practice.