A third-year student at the University of Toronto Mississauga campus says she was handcuffed by campus police while at the Health and Counselling Centre seeking help for suicidal thoughts. The incident happened five days after a student died by suicide at the downtown campus on Sept. 27, and amid students voicing concernsRead More →

Premier Doug Ford’s “guarantee” of legal aid to Ontarians who called his office forced his top staff to correct his statement and raised concerns about potential political interference, according to newly revealed internal documents.  The documents show how senior officials struggled to deal with the fallout from Ford’s off-the-cuff remarksRead More →

WARNING: This story contains offensive and disturbing content. EDITOR’S NOTE: CBC News has reviewed the entire Toronto police interview and has decided not to publish the full video. This is to limit the impact on victims’ families and survivors of the attack and to help mitigate gratuitous publicity of Alek Minassian’sRead More →

High tech “super sniffers” using next-generation sensing technology and high-powered data crunching could help Toronto track down sources of odour and pollution, according to experts at a conference on air quality this week. Some of the new systems were on display at the third annual Air & Odour Management Conference andRead More →