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By Charlotte Anketell The Toronto Police Fugitive Squad and the United States Marshall Services joined forces for an intensive training session on the impact of social media in crime. Warren Bulmer, Detective Constable with Toronto...

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  By Charlotte Anketell Five different videos were obtained from surveillance cameras in Ontario and Quebec prisons that show guards abusing inmates, according to a report by the CBC. The CBC said the videos show...

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Humber News Express, Nov. 14

November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

  By Charlotte Anketell Rob Ford Scandal Allegations of drug use, drunk driving and interacting with suspected prostitutes. We’ve got the latest on the Rob Ford scandal. The information was in a police document released...

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Automated hotline introduced to Ontario

November 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Traveller's Road Information Portal, was newly introduced to Ontario and other Canadian provinces this week by calling 5-1-1....

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The Tastes of Diwali

November 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Diwali is a colourful celebration with fantastic food. Charlotte Anketell has more from Gerrard Street E. ...

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is celebrating his third anniversary in office. Ford spoke to the media at the Etobicoke Civic Centre about his future plans for the city....

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Humber College's Film and Television Production program coordinator, Michael Glassbourg, published a book titled Learn to Speak Film....

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By Charlotte Anketell Get your shoes dusted off and start warming up! The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon is happening this Sunday. 25,000 runners from 60 countries around the world are heading to Toronto. For all...

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By Charlotte Anketell and Melissa Deeder Ontario Public Services hosted a walk and run for United Way on Thursday. The 5k helped raise funds for the Toronto organization in support of the community. Held at...

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A new report by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, (CRTC), said faults in the 911 system that could ultimately put lives at risk now that consumers use different ways to communicate such as smartphones and social...

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