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Jane Meadus of the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly says that in the past year, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care has scaled back inspections of long-term care homes.
Jane Meadus of the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly, says criminal record checks for new residents of seniors homes are "...a real red herring, [they're] not going to help anything."
While your texts are private along the way to their recipient—including on a service provider's database—once those messages reach their destination, that expectation of privacy evaporates.
Three lawyers and a sexual violence worker explain what kind of preparation survivors might expect to get, with or without a lawyer.
Toronto police officers will soon be recording interactions with the public while investigating or collecting information, such as during carding.
In a ruling the CAS calls "very concerning," a small claims judge awarded the damages to the toddler's parents for emotional distress.
The cabinet minister responsible for freedom of information says some federal data cannot be released to the public in electronic format because people might alter it and spread falsehoods.
In the past five years there has been an increase in cases of abuse being reported at Toronto's South Asian Women’s Centre, says Executive Director Kripa Sekhar.
Toronto police are asking for the public's input about whether officers should be allowed to carry Tasers, 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 24, at Toronto City Hall.