Situation Room Archive

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.
The Toronto District School Board and Onestop Media Group have officially launched a pilot project to bring a real-time, digital communications network to students in four downtown high schools.