Late-night police ride-along. December 2012.
Following a month of gun violence in Toronto, police raided community housing across the city, recovering several weapons including a loaded, sawed-off shotgun on the floor where a 15-year-old teen was slain two weeks earlier.
Fifteen-year-old Tyson Bailey, a promising athlete, was fatally shot on Jan. 18 in the stairwell of a Regent Park highrise where he had gone to play video games. His killer has not been found.
Police officers sweep the railroad tracks near the Brampton home where 9-year-old Kesean Williams was fatally shot while watching TV.
Police exhumed the body of 15-year-old Dwayne Biddersingh as part of the '90s cold case murder investigation of his older sister after she was found in a burnt-out suitcase.
Toronto Police's marine unit recovered two unexpected objects at the bottom of Lake Ontario in January 2013 — a Mercedes SUV and a stolen Ford Taurus.
Crews work where a woman was struck and killed by a Staples sign when it was blown loose by gusting winds as the effects of Sandy were felt in the city.
The body of 73-year-old Ivan Newton Davison was discovered in a ditch in Caledon at the beginning of 2012, one of seven bodies dumped in the past four years in a region becoming known as a the place for murderous deeds to be laid to rest.
In St. James Park, a growing discontent for the 1 per cent settled into the mud under the feet of hundreds who would camp out for more than a month in protest.
A local boy follows strangers curiously outside Gulu District, Uganda, where thousands of bee keepers are struggling to tap into a wealth of honey that could change the economic landscape.