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The Globe and Mail Video Video videoPreviewPicture But police need more than a picture. As police Chief Bill Blair points out, they need reasonable and probable grounds to lay a charge. In the case of drug charges, they usually need samples of the
Featured Video Close More Video Police Chief Bill Blair spent his first day back in Toronto after cutting short his vacation visiting the family of a fallen officer's family and his former colleagues in the west end of the city. I know that they took
Comments Save to mystar Share on Facebook Toronto's police chief, Bill Blair, keeps talking...Earlier this week, he was musing publicly about his police force's handling of a criminal probe into disgraced mayor Rob Ford ...The suspected drugs were
A teacher who happened to ride by on a bicycle on the day before the barbecue says he observed the mayor parked in his Cadillac Escalade on a back street behind the Grand Hotel, accepting something from a man on foot. The area behind the hotel is
Report an Error Save to mystar View 2 photos zoom Steve Russell / Toronto Star Order this photo Toronto police Chief Bill Blair takes questions from the media at the annual chief's gala to raise money for Victim Services at the Liberty Grand in
Ford earlier acknowledged he smoked crack "probably a year ago" when he was in a "drunken stupor," but balked at growing pressure on him to resign. "I was elected to do a job and that's exactly what I'm going to continue doing," Ford said. "On Oct.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has admitted to smoking crack, saying Tuesday that he did it probably a year ago during a drunken stupor. Yes, I have smoked crack cocaine, Ford said in a scrum with reporters outside his city hall office, according to CBC. "No
When Toronto police Chief Bill Blair confirmed to reporters on Thursday that he had seen the controversial video of Mayor Rob Ford, in which the mayor is alleged to be smoking crack cocaine, many observers thought it marked the unofficial end of Ford'
Photo Save to mystar Share on Facebook Featured Video Close More Video The chief of police wants $386,000 to put 184 Tasers in the hands of front-line officers increasing the controversial weapon's use by one-third, despite some strong public
Mayor Rob Ford of Toronto apologized Sunday for being hammered in public and acknowledged the need to curb his drinking, but he did not address allegations of drug use and said he would remain in his job despite growing pressure to resign...He made