Ryan Patrick Jones


Ryan is a reporter with CBC Toronto. He has also worked for CBC in Vancouver, Yellowknife and Ottawa, filing for web, radio and TV. You can reach him by email at ryan.jones@cbc.ca.

Latest from Ryan Patrick Jones

Toronto Coun. Jaye Robinson dies at 61

The Midtown councillor was previously diagnosed with breast cancer.

Semi-detached Toronto home reno sparks bitter Beaches feud

An amicable relationship between two Toronto families, whose homes share a common wall, has turned into a bitter feud over ongoing renovations to a century-old semi-detached house.

U of T encampment enters 3rd week as talks with school continue

Organizers of a pro-Palestinian encampment at the University of Toronto say concessions offered by the administration continue to fall short of what they're asking for — and they're staying put until they see concrete progress on their demands.

Ontario's 'Crypto King' arrested after Durham police's largest fraud investigation ever

Ontario's self-proclaimed Crypto King was arrested and charged with fraud and money laundering this week following what Durham Region's police chief called  the "largest fraud investigation" the region had ever seen.

Toronto's waterfront needs revamping, says business group report

A local business group has put forward some ideas for how Toronto's waterfront can be improved to boost business and attract more visitors.

U of T encampment protesters dig in after meeting administration

Organizers of a Pro-Palestinian encampment at the University of Toronto say students will continue occupying the campus indefinitely, following a meeting with administrators that they say made clear the academic institution isn't yet willing to accept their demands.

Buyers of GTA development uncertain as it enters receivership

Buyers who have been waiting years to move into homes at a pre-construction development north of Toronto are facing uncertainty and more delays after the project was placed into receivership earlier this year.

Toronto-area drivers stopped by OPP will have to give breath sample

All drivers in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area who are pulled over by Ontario Provincial Police highway safety officers will now be asked to provide a breath sample as part of a new enforcement policy taking aim at drinking and driving.

Man charged with attempted murder in Toronto police stabbing

A man who was shot by police after allegedly stabbing an officer in Toronto's west end last week is facing a slew of charges, including multiple counts of attempted murder.

GTA contractor sued 11 times, as homeowners left 'in disgust'

CBC Toronto spoke to four families who say they had a bad experience after hiring Gianni (John) Evangelisti of Freedom Pools and JL Landscape & Design. Court records reveal more complaints.