The eight lives taken from Toronto’s Gay Village
On Sunday, mourners wearing black will march in silence at the end of Toronto’s typically colourful Pride Parade, in honour of eight victims of an alleged serial killer who preyed for years on the city’s Gay Village. Their lives were complex, and marked by challenges that made them vulnerable, report Tu Thanh Ha and Justin Ling
Toronto police board approves $3-million review of handling of missing persons probes in wake of McArthur case
The review – which will look at the service’s reporting and investigating processes in such person cases as well as the relationships between police and the LGBTQ community – is expected to take 15 months.
Trump insists ‘zero tolerance’ still in effect, as U.S. prepares to house 20,000 migrant children
A mayoral delegation at the Texas border said authorities had stopped laying criminal charges against migrants who crossed illegally with their children, provided the parents had not tried crossing before
Families separated, children detained: What we know so far about Trump’s ‘zero-tolerance’ policy
The Trump administration’s hard-line approach toward migrants at the southern border is separating children from their parents, fuelling accusations of human-rights abuses and dividing Republicans. Here’s what you need to know about it