Const. Clint Cibulis and Sgt. Richard “Bucky” Rogers both hanged themselves in recent months.
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Patricia Hung, the mother of murdered teen Stefanie Rengel, 14, gives her first televised interview about her daughter’s fatal stabbing by a teenage boy who acted out his girlfriend’s wishes. Video
The chair of the Police Services Board has given Chief Blair until Friday to provide a report on police suicides. Video
Avery Haines spoke to the mother of Jesse Clarke, 14, about her fears that friends will try to avenge her son's murder. Video
CityNews reporter Avery Haines with how issues raised in her series on PTSD and mental health issues on the Toronto police force were echoed in the review. Video
The woman's brother has been on a relentless mission to have his sister tried for the alleged crimes. (1)
The Inside Story's Avery Haines has an exclusive five-part look at Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and how Toronto's police force handles the mental health issue, following the recent suicide of two officers. Video
The family of a Toronto police officer who committed suicide last week is calling for an inquest into his death. Video
They are two successful women in Canadian broadcasting and yet still they get mistaken for each other - even in a national publication. Video
Police have new information they say could help them find Nicole Morin, an eight-year-old Toronto girl who went missing 29 years ago. Nicole’s father Art Morin still believes she will come home. Video
Eight-year-old Nicole Morin disappeared on July 30, 1985 in Etobicoke. Det.-Const. Kim Litster-MacLeod said police have received many tips over the years and she updates the investigation. Video
Diane Lalonde, 58, has been telling her story in a bid to raise awareness and acceptance for intersex people like her. Video
In Hamilton, an officer and a mental health worker help to make up the country's only mobile crisis rapid response team - Charlie 91. Video
Gareth Henry is a human rights activist who found asylum in Canada after having his life threatened in his homeland of Jamaica, where it’s illegal to be gay. Video
CityNews reporter Avery Haines takes a trip to Toronto’s Little Baghdad to find out how local Iraqis feel about the crisis in their homeland. Video
“Saddened but not surprised”. That’s the way a former Durham Region officer sums up his reaction to the disintegrating situation in Iraq. Video
Avery Haines spoke to the father of Todd Baylis, the Toronto officer who was fatally shot nearly 20 years ago. Video
Ontarians casting ballots Thursday enjoyed a democratic process that many around the world would, and do, die for. Video