It's not always easy, in extreme situations, to find the right words.
Phillip Dwight Morgan
Strategic silences, Twitter feuds, and poor accountability mark the Toronto Police.
After the G20 protests in Toronto and the ensuing lawsuits, the Toronto police have promised to use kettling as a technique of crowd control. But that doesn't mean activists are 100% safe.
On Nov. 17, 2016, the Toronto Police Services Board voted to continue the practice of carding in a revised form. Organizers and community members speak out against this practice in an open letter.
Police need to earn access to community events. Until then, the community gets a say on their presence.
The greater the opposition to the end goal the stronger the resilience of BLMTO becomes.
The meeting happened after BLMTO activists marched on the Ontario legislature Monday.
A week after the Forcillo verdict, we can draw some lessons from the trial and verdict for both the developments to come in this case and police accountability more broadly.
From the acquittal of social-media stalker Gregory Alan Elliott to the imminent Apocalypse in Alberta, our bloggers have collected the best stories of the week.
The purpose of this article is to explore other outcomes that might have resulted from different approaches by the police.