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At a public meeting, anti-choice activists clashed with upset residents.
Charged with mischief last year for offering water to a pig on a truck headed to a slaughterhouse, Anita Krajnc organized the event.
At Ryerson last week, an American sociologist talked about how to make change at the local level.
Exploring the evolution during the early 1970s of the clichéd phrase used to support law enforcement, "our cops are tops."
Hundreds protested in front of 40 College Street to protest the policing of Toronto's Black residents.
Yesterday, Black Lives Matter took over Allen Road to share their message, and some people chose to focus on their tactics.
When Toronto police raided four bathhouses in the 1980s, the city's gay community fought back.
March held in support of Freddie Gray also raises questions about police conduct and carding.
Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks at Forest Hill's Holy Blossom Temple in March 1962.
Hundreds of Torontonians took to the streets on Saturday to protest police brutality and racism.
Thousands gathered on Tuesday to protest police brutality in the wake of a U.S. grand jury decision not to charge the white Missouri police officer who shot and killed the black teen.
At the TIFF Bell Lightbox, demonstrators railed against an exhibition they say paints a rosy picture of the situation in Tibet.
Demonstration at Dufferin and Finch the latest of many against the company's controversial Line 9 project.
Hundreds of people demonstrated in front of the Israeli consulate in downtown Toronto on Saturday.
Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Toronto to mourn those killed by security forces in Kiev, and to show support for a peaceful transition in Ukraine.
That time Jane Jacobs' son got thrown out of the mayor's New Year's levee.
Toronto artist Joel Richardson and an entourage of suits visited the Financial District on Sunday for a three-minute-long reflection on the current economy.
SlutWalk Toronto holds its second rally after launching a global phenomenon last year.