Six months after the unexplained death of a man with schizophrenia inside an Ontario jail following a “physical altercation” with multiple guards, his family is still desperate to know what really happened to him.
A Toronto mother says they were “humiliated” after her son’s service dog was denied entry to not one, but two restaurants in a row. She describes restaurant staff trying to push them out the door.
Toronto-area humane societies have banded together to care for 68 cats surrendered by alleged hoarders. While the cats are expected to survive, some are in rough condition.
The landlords have been trying to evict the family for a year. After the appeals process was exhausted and the landlords were finally able to get in, it was far worse than anyone knew.
Fentanyl is at the centre of an opioid overdose crisis spreading across Canada and while hundreds have lost their lives to the powerful painkiller, some Canadians say they need the medication to survive.
When a person with a guide dog is denied service, they are supported by the Blind Persons’ Rights Act. The problem is those who are supposed to be enforcing the law still don’t realize their role, even after a Global News investigation laid it out.
A Toronto woman says the Uber car she ordered pulled up and left after seeing her guide dog.
A puppy born without front legs and saved by an Oakville, Ont., rescue from the trash is taking a major step forward after being fitted with new prosthetic legs.
The family of Soleiman Faqiri, a man with schizophrenia who died after a “physical altercation” with guards inside an Ontario jail last month, are demanding answers — while friends hold a vigil in his memory in Toronto.
The TTC says it will be adding signage at the Queen’s Park subway station after concerns were raised about how to find the accessible entrance.
An Oakville, Ont., dog rescue has come to the aid of a puppy with special needs after he was thrown in the garbage.
They bark, purr and roll over. They are not real, but robotic cats and dogs are proving to be a valuable tool to help reduce agitation and anxiety among dementia patients.
The City of Toronto is working to determine the cause of a foul-smelling fuel spill in the Don River downtown, while a local water protection charity is criticizing the lack of government action several weeks after the spill was reported.
Eight-year-old Jahero Bogle is a bundle of creative energy. He loves school, but not what’s been happening with some of the other kids.
The evolution of how the news media covers not just suicide, but mental illness in general, was the topic Christina Stevens was invited to explore on the MindVine Podcast with Ontario Shores staff.