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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.
Celebrating 10 years together as a father and son duo, Allan and Kevin Davis explain the changes they've made to orthodontistry that have proven to be instrumental to the success of Davis Orthodontics.
The 2009 Holiday R.I.D.E. Campaign was officially launched at Humber College with a number of guest speakers and a R.I.D.E. set up outside the school.
Less than two weeks after watching a 17 year old accused of shooting him walk free - a teen he testified against - Kenneth Mark was gunned down in the city's west end.
Police released video related to the killing of the 29-year-old WalMart manager, Kenneth Mark, in the hopes that someone will come forward with information related to the shooting.
Toronto Crime Stoppers marked a record year for tips, more than 10,300 - one-third of them drug-related.
Kenneth Mark testified at the trial of a 16-year-old accused of trying to kill him. In mid December, the teen was acquitted. Twelve days later, Mark was fatally shot in the back of the head outside a Junction pizzeria. Investigation is underway to find any possible connection between the 2008 shooting and last months homicide.
Toronto Crime Stoppers is firing off the latest instalment of its "Cash for Guns" awareness campaign, to help get handguns off the street.