Toronto Raptor’s players react to Donald Trump becoming president on Twitter.
Toronto Police are warning the public after dishwashing pods were discovered in children’s candy bags on Halloween.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders wants to have the “best police force in the world” and engaged the public on social media to help make it happen.
On Wednesday, Saunders hosted a live Q&A on Twitter from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and responded to 16 questions from Torontonians via video. Residents asked about police de-escalation training, officers carrying naloxone kits and community engagement.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders is making history. At 4 p.m., he’s hosting a live Q&A session on Twitter in an effort to reach out to communities that feel like they don’t have a voice in the city. This marks the first time a Canadian police chief will partner with Twitter Canada for such an event.
Station manager Jacky Tuinstra Harrison and program director Elissa Matthews are programming CJRU accordingly, with shows like “Neighbourly News” — highlights from the pages of the East York Observer newspaper. That newscast airs for the final time this season on Wednesday morning, May 11, at 10:10. Students anchor the newscast, just like they prepare the stories and pages of the hard-copy edition of the newspaper. Although this Wednesday’s show is the season-ender, both it and the newsprint edition of the East York Observer will ramp up again in the fall, after the students’ summer vacation.
We perceived a change in Mr. Ford toward the end of his life. And it was hard for even those opposed to his mayoralty to not feel sadness at his passing last week. Losing someone to cancer, after all, is something that most of us can relate to. Maybe all of this helps to explain the suddenly soft tone of news media coverage toward Mr. Ford, and the outpouring of sympathy at what seems like a state funeral this week.
The second annual Boys and Girls Club Co-ed Volleyball Tournament served up a day of fun and competition for boys and girls from different communities in the GTA.
Prince Harry announced Wednesday, that he is bringing the Invictus Games to Toronto in 2017.
Toronto has yet to experience an athlete with a resume. like Peyton Manning or even a Tom Brady. But, the city has had their fair share of witnessing greatness from almost every one of their major sports teams.
An award-winning seven days for Kyle Lowry is inspiring on youth in the GTA.