The announcement comes as Toronto Police Service faces backlash for systemic anti-Black racism—again—following the death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet.
The family's lawyer said Regis Korchinski-Paquet was with police and cried out, "Mom, help," before she fell to her death.
Neighbourhood officers are meant to "humanize the badge" but critics call it a band-aid.
Family of suspect in shooting that killed two, injured 13, says he suffered from psychosis.
When it comes to race, the police have nothing to be smug about.
'Dope on the table,' didn't quite go as planned for Toronto police after their massive weed crackdown.
The group said all they left outside Kathleen Wynne's house was some "cheese and corn."
The "Face the Fentanyl' campaign has the goal of spreading awareness about the drug's lethality and improving access to harm reduction services.
Ayanle? Hassan Ali, a Canadian citizen originally from Montreal, has been charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, assault with a weapon, and weapons dangerous. He has lived in Toronto since 2011.
David Bowie's sense of humor was too good.
Advocates think ground-level, systematic change is still a long way off.
Meanwhile, VICE has obtained a leaked letter from Peel Police, who are angry about claims that they "tampered" with a knife at the scene of a police shooting.