The terrorist attacks in Brussels have left a group of Toronto students stuck in the city after their March Break trip got cancelled on Tuesday.
Toronto Pearson International Airport has cancelled all four flights to or via Brussels in light of this morning’s deadly terrorist attacks.
Axelle Dumas spent an hour wandering the streets of Paris following the deadly terror attacks Friday. The 20-year-old student and Paris native lives on Rue de la Fontaine au Roi, just a few doors from where police engaged in gunfire with attackers earlier in the evening. “I thought I could help people,” Dumas said.
Somali militant group al-Shabaab may have threatened western shopping malls with violence in a propaganda video, but a quick glance inside the bustling Toronto Eaton Centre shows that people are far from cowering with fear.
The atmosphere was tense and charged at the final Scarborough-based mayoral debate last night. Hosted at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, the room was pack with emotional community members, eager to have their voices heard. The topic of the night was how candidates planned to strengthen Scarborough’s communities. In attendance were campaign frontrunners Olivia […]
Our reporters are gathering reaction to the deadly attack on a soldier in Ottawa