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Carla Qualtrough says removing accessibility barriers will be crucial to tackling long-standing low jobless rates among people with disabilities in Canada.
A senior Toronto cop found guilty of ordering mass detentions and "kettling" of demonstrators at the 2010 G20 summit in Toronto is appealing his conviction and sentence.
The hot and humid weather forecast for Toronto today has prompted the city’s medical officer of health to open seven cooling centres across the city.
A police department in B.C. is refusing to either confirm or deny their use of a mass-surveillance device that monitors cell data, say civil-rights groups.
People with mental illness or addiction are much more likely to be poor, unemployed, and living in inadequate housing, a new report finds.
A Durham cop will face charges under the police services act after allegedly using a fake Twitter account to send a inappropriate tweets to Ontario's Ombudsman and a Toronto city councillor.
An Ontario Court judge has struck down part of the federal government's tough-on-crime agenda.