Situation Room Archive

Scott Fox shares the record breaking 2009 statistics from the Toronto Crime Stoppers program.
Crime Stoppers International is seeking assistance from the public in reporting criminal information that may negatively impact the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Vancouver, Canada.
A review of Toronto Crime Stoppers 2009 statistics.
Four Toronto high schools have new digital screens in their halls thanks to a pilot project between the school board and Onestop Media Group.
Harbord Collegiate Institute unveiled a new pilot project on Wednesday, Jan. 27 with the goal of delivering valuable information to students and bringing the student body together.
A look at how digital publishing is becoming the new mode of communication in high schools.
The Toronto District School Board has launched a six-month pilot project with Onestop Media Group that will install real-time, video-based communications networks in four Toronto high schools.
As part of a pilot project, four downtown Toronto high schools are given a digital communications network that will enable staff and students to upload videos, images and text to a series of state-of-the-art LCD screens.
A look at the digital communcations network that uses today's interactive technologies to showcase a massive portfolio of content segments, from student news reports; to safety and security information; to the announcement of events and student achievements.
The TDSB, together with Onestop Media Group, have launched a pilot project to bring a real-time, digital communications network to four schools, equipping them with a modern communication platform to allow user-generated content.