Alwy Al Nadhir’s family were still looking for answers five months after the teen was shot dead by police.
Black and blue
Conrad Black heads to his new home behind bars after being found guilty of defrauding shareholders in his crumbling media empire. The indignity.
Body of evidence
Robert Maurice is found frozen to death at the bottom of a Yonge Street stairwell. Anti-poverty advocates blame the shortage of shelter beds in the core. Tragic thing is, Maurice wasn't homeless.
Earth Hour lights-out
Earth Hour fans celebrate a symbolic one-hour blackout and global warming deniers roll their eyes. Give us a break - it's about reducing, not reverting to cooking over a fire.
A critical swath activists want added to Ontario's Greenbelt is eyed once again as a site for a Pickering airport, years after residents thought they'd killed that proposal. In Ontario, environmental victories have an especially short shelf life.
No justice for Alwy
The family of teenager Alwy Al Nadhir, shot dead by a cop in Riverdale Park, rally in front of police headquarters. Five months after the Halloween-night shooting there are still no answers from the SIU. Unfortunately, that's par for the course for the police lapdog.
As anonymous as Scientology
Like some surreal scene out of Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, Anonymous protesters wearing V For Vendetta masks freak and amuse passersby outside the Church of Scientology. The group alleges that Scientology tried to shut down its critical website. The message behind the masks? You can't kill an idea. Mind-bending.
A decade late, Yonge-Dundas Square's crown jewel, the AMC Megaplex, is finally in place. The celluloid dream palace boasts loveseat-style recliners. Pass the popcorn.
Smile, you're on TTC TV
Ontario's privacy commissioner, Ann Cavoukian, dismisses a complaint by UK-based human rights group Privacy International over plans to blanket TTC stations and vehicles with 10,000 surveillance cameras. Paranoia will destroya.