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Family Appeals for Help in Fatal Hit and Run

Traffic Services investigators are asking for the public’s help solving the fatal hit and run of Stuart Costigan on Roncesvalles on June 6. “I am just asking that if anyone witnessed anything to have the courage and moral compass to come forward and share any information,” said Stuart’s brother Richard...

Police, Community, Media Combine to Find Missing Senior

On April 9, 76-year-old Norman Gray, who lives with dementia, left for a walk from his North York home, and did not return. “Very quickly, we found out that he suffered from dementia. And there was a great concern around his safety,” 31 Division Superintendent Andy Singh said. “We set...

Honouring Indigenous Elders

The Toronto Police Service is committed to seeking Elders’ and Knowledge Keepers’ voices and experiences as the organization works to co-develop solutions and initiatives focused on outcomes that are most important to First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities in Toronto. “Through their tireless efforts, they ensure that the wisdom of...



Ride Supports Kids with Cancer

A Vancouver Police Department officer is riding across Canada to raise awareness and funds for children battling cancer after his teenage daughter was diagnosed and treated for a rare form of cancer. “Your solo bike ride to raise awareness and funds for children battling cancer is not only admirable, but...

Prayer Walks Unite Against Gun VIolence

Toronto Police Chief Myron Demkiw joined faith leaders, local politicians and community members affected by gun violence in prayer walks last week. “What we are seeing here today is the power of unity that comes through faith and believing in something bigger than one’s self no matter your faith,” Demkiw...

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