Anam Khan


Anam Khan is a CBC News reporter based in Toronto. She previously worked for CBC Nova Scotia. She can be reached at

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Ontario had 30 femicides in 30 weeks, new report says as 'same gaps' in support persist

Advocates are sounding the alarm on gender-based violence, calling for a clear and urgent strategy from the provincial governments as femicides continue to rise. Ontario saw 30 femicides in 30 weeks, according to a new report by the Ontario Association of Interval and Transition Houses.

One of Canada's biggest mountain biking festivals has arrived in Ontario for the first time

The Crankworx Summer Series Canada begins Thursday and features a series of competitions where expert riders can show off their tricks. Organizers are also offering a variety of trails for beginners to get their feet wet in the mud. 

Toronto Islands residents rally to save arborist's business from city changes that could shut it down

A group of residents on the Toronto Islands are rallying to save the business of a local arborist who says unexpected changes from the city could force him to shut down. 

Toronto summer lunch program calls for funding, can't keep up with demand as food prices rise

A non-profit lunch program in Toronto tackling summer food insecurity is seeing demand soar this year and it just can’t keep up.

Toronto's Love Park opens with massive heart-shaped pond where off-ramp used to sit

The two-acre park on York Street and Queens Quay has a large heart shaped pond in its centre, cafe-style tables, nine bronze-cast animals and an off-leash area for dogs.

A beloved Hungarian restaurant is saying goodbye after 62 years in Toronto

Country Style Hungarian restaurant was a fixture in the Annex for decades. It will be closing its doors on Aug. 1.

Ontario needs to spend millions for $10 a day child-care plan to work in Toronto: advocates

Ontario needs to step up with millions of dollars for the national $10 a day child-care plan to work in Toronto, say advocates.

Positive tests for tick-borne illness in N.S. dogs up sharply, says vet

The number of dogs testing positive for tick-borne illnesses has nearly doubled this year, says a Nova Scotia veterinarian.

Students, ex-president raise concerns about racism at NSCAD

Current and former NSCAD students are speaking about their experiences with racism at the school. They feel NSCAD is not a safe space for racialized students.

Anonymous donor offers $10M to save N.S. church facing demolition. But there's a condition

A group rallying to save Église Sainte-Marie in Church Point, N.S., says its prayers may have been answered. Pierre Comeau, the president of Société Édifice Sainte-Marie de La Pointe, says an anonymous donor is offering to cover $10 million worth of repairs and ongoing maintenance for the iconic structure.