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Police say Skelly given access to rear area of restaurant in "good faith" but allegedly broke through drywall into restaurant and then broke through locks put in place. Skelly charged with attempt to obstruct police, mischief under, failure to comply with Reopening Act
Police have now taken control of the entire restaurant, police say. Skelly also fails charge of failing to leave when directed under Trespass Act
City spokesperson Brad Ross is now speaking. He says lock will be changed on back door, lock broken earlier today will be repaired. Will be boarding up restaurant
Cole said money from award - presented by city and TPL - will go to a fund in Toronto for Black trans women & girls and the Encampment Support Network
BREAKING Matlow's motion asking the Toronto _olice to bring forward a 2021 budget request with at least a 10 per cent cut, and for it to be spent on community supports instead, fails. Vote is 8-16:
BREAKING: Councillor Rob Ford, Toronto's most famous mayor, has died. He was 46.
I’m on the roof of city hall and something is happening. People are running including what looks to be cops and security
This is not true. The legislation just introduced by Ford’s government specifically includes a way to bypass environmental protections to allow development in the Greenbelt. If his government doesn’t plan to sign off on Greenbelt development, why design a legal path to do so?