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Mom angry after dashcam showed cops mocking disabled daughter

Toronto - A Toronto woman was shocked when she viewed the dashcam video of her traffic stop. The video shows two police officers sitting in their cruiser making fun of her 29-year-old daughter who was a passenger in the car. The woman’s daughter has Down syndrome

Op-Ed: The illness that we look away from

Toronto - On the streets of Toronto they walk and we look away. The flailing arms, the conversations with people that aren't in our vision, the loud screams that make us jump. These are the visible mentally ill, the ones we call crazy. Why do we look away?

Ontario study: bullying by boys is down but up for girls

Toronto - A study by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Ontario, Canada, has uncovered some surprising results about bullying among boys and girls in grades 7-12.

Mention in the HuffPost helps Toronto's 'Gifts of Light' campaign

A campaign in Toronto to help psychiatric patients over the holidays got more exposure this weekend when the "Gifts of Light" campaign was mentioned in the Huffington Post.

Parents urged to take part in their kids' cyber world activities Special

Gaming and surfing the Web can help parents connect with their kids, experts say. The cyber world has long become an integral part of kids but it still intimidates many parents.

Toronto's Donwood back on the market?

The Donwood Institute, located at 175 Brentcliffe Rd., just north of Eglinton Avenue in Toronto, has been a destination of last resort for many people struggling with addiction, since Dr. Gordon Bell founded the drug and alcohol rehab centre in 1967.

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