Alek Minassian, driver of the 2018 Toronto van attack, is found guilty of 10 counts of 1st-degree murder and 16 counts of attempted murder, judge rules
Those experiencing homelessness have been borrowing the public space for warmth and shelter during the winter months
The project is supposed to help more jobs in Ontario
Exploitation, lying by omission, and possible police corruption: a case study of tow truck scams and how to protect yourself
According to the TRREB, the average price of a house in Toronto has hit a new high of $996,000. Real estate prices have been rising unchecked, even in the pandemic when hundreds of thousands of people have lost jobs.
An Ontario quarantine screening officer has been charged with extortion and sexual assault after he demanded cash from a woman in her home before sexually assaulting her.
Toronto’s Phase One vaccination plan includes the vulnerable, including seniors and first responders
In a Phase 1 vaccination plan, Toronto will be vaccinating the homeless population, which faces the highest risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus in the shelter system. The vaccines, however, are still undergoing trial across the world.
Toronto, Peel regions extend lockdown, stay-at-home order until March 8 despite increasingly devastating effects
Opioid-related deaths, suicides, and mental health crises have exacerbated since the pandemic started
After comparing MPP Andrea Horwath’s voice to the sound of nails on a chalkboard during a debate, Premier Doug Ford rejects calls to apologize. Is it appropriate for Ontario’s Premier to respond that way? At INN24, we wonder if he will suffer consequences for his actions.
Two young Afro-Caribbean women turn lessons from elders into a flourishing business
Ontario MPP who denounces lockdowns introduces bill to slash parliamentarian salaries to CERB levels
York Centre MPP Roman Baber introduced a private member’s bill Wednesday to reduce MPP salaries to CERB amount of $500/week. Baber has previously called the lockdown “deadlier than COVID.”
Stylists say they are being offered as much as $500 for an at-home haircut
Fake drivers and passengers ask unwitting do-gooders for payment
A Greektown resident found little heart-shaped gems glued throughout the neighbourhood: on fire hydrants, benches, fences. The origins of the whimsical hearts — just in time for Valentine’s day — are unknown.
A living wage accounts for the actual cost of residing in a city, enables workers to contribute to the community
Is the lockdown hurting or protecting Canadians?
The decision comes as the City continues to fight homelessness during the ongoing pandemic
The Neighbourhood Watch released a music video for their new song “20 year dream”
The Government of Ontario announced that the Toronto region will remain in lockdown for another two weeks at least, as the province prepares to re-open
By her account, she was dropping her children off to their grandparents’ house for childcar