Ryerson student Hanny Sierra thought all she needed to worry about in her third year graphic communications program was grades. “Given that so much attention has been brought to the issue, it is definitely concerning to think that safety is just one more thing Ryerson students have to worry about,” Sierra said.
The number of marijuana grow-op busts in 2009–2010 in Scarborough increased by 52 per cent over the previous year, police documents show. Last year, 93 grow-ops were found in Scarborough, up from 61. That same period has seen a 25-per cent increase across Toronto.
A group of women will be stomping and strutting at Queen’s Park Sunday, unified in a unique event: the Slutwalk.
Banging on bongo drums and shaking tambourines, the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) made its presence felt at a morning budget committee meeting at Toronto City Hall on Feb. 10.
A 28-year-old man is dead after crashing his car into a tree on Brimorton Drive near Markham Road, Toronto police said Monday.
The Special Investigations Unit has been called in to investigate an incident in Scarborough where a man was shot by Toronto police late Friday afternoon.
A suspect is now in custody after stabbing his father and then confronting police officers with a knife, according to Const. Wendy Drummond.
Police are looking for teenage culprits in a trio of similar muggings that happened in the same part of Scarborough.