How an obscure 80s cartoon called 'C.O.P.S' showed me the lies in law enforcement.
Pride Toronto members voted to endorse the demands made by Black Lives Matter Toronto.
Police want to decide when to turn the cameras on.
"A report should clarify more discrepancies than create them," said Janaya Khan of Black Lives Matter Toronto, which has been pushing for the release of a report into the death of Andrew Loku last summer.
Last November, police officers showed up at Rodrigo Gonzalez's Toronto apartment after his wife called 911. They had been having a verbal dispute in the middle of the night, and he had locked himself in the bathroom.
Amid mounting pressure from Black Lives Matter activists and mental health advocates, the province announced Wednesday a public coroner's court will examine the events that led police to shoot the 45-year-old Andrew Loku.
"In my heart I believe that we all need to work together to make sure we get this right. The reason I'm out here is I want you to understand that," Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne told protesters on Monday.
The group is in day five of a protest outside police headquarters over the decision not to charge a cop in a fatal shooting. On Thursday, they teamed up with the lawyer of a woman who says police illegally searched her home in 2013.
A tense scene unfolded outside of Toronto police headquarters Monday night, where members of Black Lives Matter had set up tents in protest over a decision not to charge a police officer for killing a mentally ill black man.
A smartphone isn't biased.
Andrew Loku's death at the hands of a police force that has recently been under intense scrutiny for its treatment of people of color sparked public fury in Toronto.