Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq minister asks for weapons during Toronto visit-image1

Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq’s Minister of Foreign Relations Fala Mustafa Bakir at Toronto City Hall Friday during an event hosted by Scarborough-Agincourt Councillor Jim Karygiannis.

Bad Ovens

Toronto police have charged a store owner in connection with the sale of tandoori ovens that alleged to be dangerous and have fake safety certificates.


Const. Mark McCabe has a coffee with Balathilagar Raju and his wife Reena as their daughter Joyce looks on at a McDonald's at 1966 Eglinton Ave. E. as part of the Coffee with a Cop initiative launched Friday.

Candy Cane Tea and Bazaar

Vendor Sharon Hannon focuses on a Christmas tree under glass during the Candy Cane Tea and Bazaar held recently at Presteign-Woodbine United Church.

Greenwood Rink

An aerial photograph of Greenwood Park outdoor covered rink, which is slated to open to the public - along with 34 other Citiy of Toronto outdoor rinks - Saturday, Nov. 28 for the winter season.

Suspicious death

Toronto poice are shown investigating the death of Simone Reid, 18, at 3275 Sheppard Ave. E., just west of Warden Avenue, on Nov. 13. The body of her father Winston Paul Reid, 49, was found Tuesday, Nov. 24, in York Region.

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