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Chief Mark Saunders thanks Q&A participants

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.


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Toronto Police Chief to host first Twitter Q&A

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.


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End of a literary feud—over baseball

This defeat of the Toronto Blue Jays in the American League Championship Series (ALCS) also marked the end of the #bookspinepoetry battle between the Toronto and Kansas City Public Libraries. On Friday night, the Kansas…





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#DontBFooled online, police urge West Hill C.I. students

“Pause before you post,” RCMP Const. Jennifer George says. “One click and it’s out there forever.” It’s a message Bimla Govinda says she heeded after hearing George and others speak Nov. 1 in her school’s auditorium during #DontBFooled, an interactive presentation on the importance of keeping personal information safe online.