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Arrest in Project Prism
An arrest has been made in the disappearance of two men as part of Project Prism.
Team Effort to Keep Pedestrians Safe
With seven road fatalities in the first two weeks of the New Year, Toronto Police Traffic Services is conducting a pedestrian safety campaign from January 16 to 22.
Lacing Up Next Gen
Shuraim Master’s eighth birthday couldn’t come fast enough.
Record Year for Anonymous Tips
History was created, last year, when the Toronto Crime Stoppers (TCS) program received 12,701 tips, the highest in the 34-year history of the organization.
Sex Assaults Linked By Suspect
Investigators believe that two sexual assaults that occurred a year and a half and 150 km apart were committed by the same man and are asking the public for more help in solving the cases.
Specialized Response to Crisis
It’s not often a near-stranger offers you a hug for the work you do while you’re in line at the supermarket.
Remembering Humble Hero
Canadians have always looked to our past to identify our greatest heroes and celebrate those qualities that have made this country such an amazing nation.
Intervening in Crisis
Drenched in a highly flammable liquid and holding a lighter is how police officers found a man along Church St., near Wellesley St.
Victim Services Volunteer of Year
A T.E.A.R (Teens Ending Abusive Relationships) peer leader is this year’s recipient of the Sandy Cappadocia Memorial Volunteer Award.
$50,000 Reward in 1997 Murder
Cold Case investigators are a name away from solving a case and are offering up to $50,000 to help find Gracelyn Greenidge’s killer.