Small Space, Big Ideas: How to do an art exhibition
The Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre has brought students many interesting local histories since its opening in 2016. Although many of their exhibits have been published here on Skedline.com, there’s one story that hasn’t been covered: who the people behind the events are and how they put the exhibits together.... Read more
Community frustrated with police pledge to put eyes on Jane and Finch
Photo: Stock photo via pxfuel.com, licensed under CC0. The Toronto Police Service’s plan to install new CCTV security cameras in publicly owned parts of the Jane and Finch neighbourhood has angered local activists. The planned addition of cameras comes following TPS intelligence from local police departments, city hall, and... Read more
Transit problems plague residents in the west end
Residents of west end Toronto are growing weary of TTC issues in and around Etobicoke.   Following a chaotic morning in transit after a subway train was derailed at Keele Station, commuters were frustrated at the lack of appropriate infrastructure in place to deal with such an event.  One section of Bloor... Read more
Etobicoke citizens on alert for Coronavirus
Coronavirus has been spreading rapidly throughout China. Nearly 450 people have been infected nationwide, with total deaths rising to at least 17, as the mystery disease continues to spread. Three possible cases of coronavirus were ruled out by Canada’s chief public health officer on Monday, Jan. 20. What unnerves... Read more
Toronto police charged 15-year-old with second-degree murder following Monday’s Scarborough shooting
Toronto police have charged a 15-year-old boy with second-degree murder after the shooting of a fellow teen in Scarborough on Monday afternoon. Safiullah Khosrawi was gunned down on Monday while walking home from school in the Markham-Ellesmere Rds. area at about 3:10 p.m. He was rushed to the hospital... Read more
Homelessness death toll passes 1,000 names
The Church of the Holy Trinity’s Toronto Homeless Memorial passed 1,000 names on January 14, following the death of Daniel Duncan the day before. Community members... Read more
Bricks And Glitter: the Pride upstart that dreams big
Bricks And Glitter, an organization that stands in opposition to the corporatization of Pride, has just started planning their third annual alternative, anti-capitalist Pride festival. It should be asked, however, why an alternative pride needs to exist in the first place. Picture this: It’s June 21, 2019, and you’re... Read more
SIU investigates police shooting  in Peel drug probe
The Ontario Special Investigations Unit is investigating a police shooting in Mississauga on Tuesday night that has left one man in critical condition in hospital.  The shooting took place near the area of Southampton Drive and Eglinton Avenue West near Winston Churchill Boulevard.  Peel Police say the man crashed... Read more