Sexual assault suspect wanted

Toronto police have released security camera images of a suspect following a sexual assault inside an elevator at an apartment building in the Bellamy Road North and Eglinton Avenue East area April 29.

Suspect’s image released after woman sexually assaulted in elevator in Bellamy Road North and Eglinton apartment building

Toronto police have released security camera images of a suspect following a sexual assault inside an elevator at an apartment building in...

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Art for Nepal

Upper Beach photographer Len Van Bruggen IV spent six weeks in Nepal. He has turned his tourist photos into an earthquake fundraiser for the country hit by a 7.9 earthquake on April 25.

Upper Beach photographer turns Nepal photos into earthquake fundraiser

The devastation and loss of life caused by the 7.9 earthquake that hit the Kathmandu region of Nepal on April 25 struck a personal chord...

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Uniform Distribution and Accreditation Centre

TO 2015 executive vice president-operations Allen Vansen, left greets volunteers as they begin the accreditation process at the Pan Am Games' newly-opened Uniform Distribution and Accreditation Centre.

5 facts about the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games UDAC

The Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games Uniform Distribution and Accreditation Centre (UDAC), located in North York, is now open. The...

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Yara Nosikova

Yara Nosikova, a former SickKids worker, will run 10 kilometres a day over 100 days this summer in an effort to raise funds for the hospital.

Downtown resident Yara Nosikova running for SickKids

About a week into May, downtown Toronto resident Yaroslavna (Yara) Nosikova is roughly 50 kilometres into a 1,000 km journey that will last...

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Hana's Suitcase Holocaust

Students from St Ambrose Catholic School, Father John Redmond Secondary School and Christ The King gathered at St Ambrose for an assembly presentation by 87-year-old Holocaust survivor George Brady. Brady is pictured with teacher Carla Ursini and her Grade 6 class during the assembly. (May 4, 2015)

Story of Hana’s Suitcase reveals the Holocaust to Grade 6 students for the first time

Back in March, Carla Ursini asked her sixth grade class at St. Ambrose Catholic School in Etobicoke if any of them were familiar with the...

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David Gottardo

David Gottardo is wanted by police in south Etobicoke’s 22 Division on charges of: two counts of fraud under $5,000; two counts of unauthorized use of credit card data; possession of an identity document; and two counts of fail to comply probation.

David Gottardo wanted on fraud charges by 22 Division police

This week’s Catch 22 most wanted is 49-year-old David Gottardo. Gottardo is wanted by police in south Etobicoke’s 22 Division on...

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Imelda Mel Saluma

Imelda Mel Saluma, 46, has been arrested in a $2.3 million immigration fraud investigation.

More charges in immigration fraud probe of North York agency

A woman arrested last February in an immigration fraud investigation now faces more charges. Police said “a large number of people” were...

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Students in Cheri DiNovo’s Girls Government tackle GMO issue

Students in Cheri DiNovo’s Girls Government tackle GMO issue

This year’s members of Parkdale-High Park MPP Cheri DiNovo’s Girls Government program, comprised of Grade 8 students from local schools,...

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