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Toronto criminal lawyer Marshall Sack dies

October 24, 2011

Toronto’s criminal defence community is mourning the loss of veteran lawyer Marshall Sack.

Unusual judicial decision reveals evidence in Rengel case

The Canadian Press · Posted: Jan 24, 2008 8:53 AM ET | Last Updated: January 24, 2008

The evidence behind allegations that a straight-A student plotted the “heinous” New Year’s Day slaying of Toronto teen Stefanie Rengel out of “senseless jealousy” demands that the 16-year-old accused be denied bail, a judge ruled Wednesday.

Alone in a crowd

February 20, 2009

Many people are under the misconception that being a sole proprietor is a venture of arrogance and solitude. They couldn’t be more wrong.

Lawsuit against police over wiretapping authorization thrown out

October 10, 2016

A Superior Court judge has thrown out a man’s lawsuit against the Toronto and York police forces.

Black lawyer alleges racial profiling

CBC News · Posted: Jan 04, 2006 9:15 AM ET | Last Updated: January 4, 2006

A Toronto lawyer who says police targeted him for investigation because he is black plans to sue the city’s police force for more than $1 million.

Me and Jason Bogle taking in today's Raptors game

January 14, 2015

Me and Jason Bogle taking in today’s Raptors game

Guard shot several times in attempted armoured car robbery; 3 suspects arrested

June 19, 2014

Three teenaged suspects have been arrested after a 37-year-old guard was shot several times during an attempted armoured car robbery.

Bank robbers to be sentenced in September

July 25, 2012

A Windsor judge has delayed the sentencing of two members of Toronto’s Over the Counter Gang.

Haircuts aim to unite community at Malvern event

September 07, 2012

With school starting up, a hair cut and an encouraging talk at the barbershop would be welcomed by many boys.

180changestreet

180 Change Street is currently enrolling YG’s from the downtown core of Toronto to focus on building new positive outlets for the streets of downtown.