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At least five people are in custody following a series of early-morning police raids in east-side Toronto, Peel Region and Hamilton. In all, 12 search warrants were executed, Toronto police spokeswoman Constable Wendy Drummond said. A number of
Pictures and tributes to Kesean Williams are seen in the foyer of Sir Winston Churchill school in Brampton, Ontario January 24, 2012. gallery Shyanne Charles, 14, died in a shootout at a community barbecue this past summer. Ephraim Brown, 11, was
Story Nonetheless, as police scoured the locked-down school on Wednesday seeking a 16-year-old youth said to be packing a handgun, what they discovered alarmed them: Inside a backpack hurriedly passed between four different students arrested at the
A 17-year-old youth will appear in court Friday morning to face murder charges in the mass Toronto shooting last July that claimed the lives of two people and wounded 23. The boy was arrested late Thursday night and charged with two counts of second-
It cannot be said that the verdict of guilty of guilty (for) second-degree murder was unreasonable, wrote Madam Justice Kathryn Feldman in an unanimous Ontario Court of Appeal decision that confirmed the conviction and maintained the maximum sentence
Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair attends an editorial board meeting, July 31, 2012, at the Globe and Mail to discuss the recent spate of gun crime in the city. The Globe and Mail Watch Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair speaks at a press conference
Story At an afternoon meeting of the civilian board that oversees Toronto's police force, Chief Blair gave a presentation on shootings and gangs in the city. Councillor Michael Thompson, a board member, asked him to weight in on an idea, proposed by
Police officers ride an escalator in Toronto's Eaton Centre shopping mall on Monday June 4, 2012. Police have made an arrest after a man handed himself in following saturday's shooting at the food court which resulted in one death and seven injuries.
Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie said Sunday that he narrowly missed being in the area where a gunman fired shots in a crowded food court in one of Canada's busiest malls, killing a man and injuring seven others.
Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair speaks to the media about the shooting at the Eaton Centre on Sunday evening. A 25-year-old man is dead and seven others injured after gunfire broke out in the Eaton Centre food court around 6:30 p.m...One of the