Police reported Sept. 7 they are still trying to identify a woman found dead July 23 in the Lakeshore Boulevard East and Cherry Street area.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced Canada’s first national day of observance of those who died under COVID-19. It is scheduled for March 11, 2021. Toronto Observer reporters bring you the latest coverage of how…
The Toronto Observer is a proud supporter of the international World News Day event to showcase how journalism matters. The one-day campaign, being held Monday Sept. 28, 2020, involves nearly 150 news organizations around the world, including The Globe and Mail, The Straits Times, CNN, the BBC and more.
Toronto Observer reporters spent the day gathering the stories of this year’s unusual Terry Fox event, and interviewed runners, their teams and volunteers. Follow the live blog here.
YouTubers are providing sex ed videos for LGBTQ+ youth to fill a gap in many public school curricula, including Ontario’s.
Premier Doug Ford has announced that schools in Ontario are to be closed until at least May. The Ottawa Senators broadcaster Gord Wilson has tested positive for COVID-1. And Drake has shared the first public photos of his son, Adonis, on Instagram.
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