There's hope for 2,000 tenants who'd be displaced by the mayor's plan to sell off TCH-owned homes. A compromise spearheaded by Davenport Councillor Ana Bailão is in the works.
An Ontario judge blows a hole in the HarperCons' mandatory minimum sentencing plans - overturning as "cruel and unusual punishment" a three-year penitentiary sentence handed Leroy Smickle for possession of a loaded gun.
Metro Morning tops the charts for the fifth year running among Toronto morning radio show listeners, copping the largest audience share in its history. Matt Galloway is the king of T.O.
Former Grit party president Alf Apps leaves law firm Fasken Martineau under a cloud. Apps performed legal work for the air ambulance firm ORNGE, the subject of a Star probe that revealed huge waste of tax dollars on legal fees and executive perks.
Toronto police brass suggest arming all officers with tasers would be safer for the mentally ill in encounters with police. Recent history suggests otherwise.
Canada's human rights rep
It's official. In a stunning reversal of policy, Public Safety Minister Vic Toews says our spy agency can use intelligence gathered from torture - even though such info has proved unreliable. It's also immoral and prohibited by a UN convention ratified by 147 countries, including Canada.