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Acts of Giving Across City

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Communications Services
Toronto Police Service members performed acts of giving in celebration of Christmas to connect with the most vulnerable members of our community. Alin Savik and his family have had many challenges to overcome in the last few years. Born with an intestinal disorder, one of their two children has had...

Scarborough Toy Drive Underway

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Over the last 28 years, thousands of children in need in Scarborough received a special gift thanks to Auxiliary Officers. “The Toronto Police Auxiliary alongside the Toronto Police Service and, with the support of local businesses and individuals who donate to the worthy cause, have helped countless children,” said Carrie...

Chief’s Gala Raises $1 Million for Victims & Survivors

Office of the Chief
The Chief’s Gala raised over $1 million for Victim Services Toronto (VST). The 15th annual event held at the Beanfield Centre November 17, drew over 1,000 people to support the non-profit agency that provides crisis response, trauma and support services to victims of crime and sudden tragic circumstances 24 hours...

Charities Collect on Monopoly Game Sales

Torontonians have a new way to celebrate their city and support local charities. Toronto Police Chief James Ramer and SickKids youth ambassador Ethan Hayes tested the new Monopoly: Toronto edition board game at police headquarters on November 10. Licensed by Hasbro Inc., it is a limited-edition version of the classic...

Market Bell Rings for Men's Health

Corporate Communications
Office of the Chief
Strategy Management
The Toronto Stock Exchange sounded the bell to start the conversations about men’s health alongside Toronto Police Service members. Toronto Police Service (TPS) Staff Superintendent Rob Johnson and Toronto Police Association President Jon Reid joined TMX Chief Executive Officer Loui Anastasopoulos on November 1 to launch this year’s Movember campaign...

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