Tania Mehta

Tania Mehta is an Associate Producer in the CBC Toronto newsroom. She writes, edits and chases stories for radio, TV and online. Tania has lived in the Middle East, Asia and Africa and now calls Toronto home. You'll often find her in search of the city's coolest street art to photograph.

Latest from Tania Mehta

Toronto still buzzing after long-awaited solar eclipse

The CNE and Ontario Science Centre were some of the places in Toronto buzzing with activity as people were armed with their eclipse glasses patiently waiting for the event to start at 1:10 p.m.

TDSB blocks Wi-Fi access to Snapchat, Instagram and Netflix

The TDSB announced Tuesday that it has temporarily blocked Wi-Fi access to Snapchat, Instagram and Netflix for all its staff and students because the three sites are overloading its aging Wi-Fi system.

Newmarket man clones beloved dog Woofie in a Canadian first that cost him $90K

A Newmarket man who set out to clone his beloved dog Woofie has succeeded and now has two cloned pups.

Suspect arrested in Easter Sunday fire at Roman Catholic church

The man suspected of setting a fire at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church on Easter Sunday has been arrested, police say.

Girl Guides of Canada cancelling trips to the U.S., citing travel concerns

Girl Guides of Canada has announced that they will not be taking any trips to the United States in the near future, citing concerns about inclusivity.

Tunnel boring machines resurfacing for Eglinton Crosstown LRT

After nearly four years of digging, the tunnel boring machines (TBM) for the Eglinton cross-town LRT are being taken apart and removed from the ground.

Markham residents balk at paying $30K each to fix Highway 407 fence

Markham residents who live along Highway 407 are crying foul after the corporation that runs the highway said homeowners are responsible for fixing a fence along the highway that's buckled into their backyards, and it will cost them $30,000 each to do the job.

Report of falling concrete from Gardiner stalls traffic before rush hour

The intersection of Lake Shore Boulevard East and Lower Jarvis Street has been reopened after a driver said a piece of concrete fell from the Gardiner Expressway onto a vehicle.

East-end couple target of homophobia for a second time

An east-end couple, who made headlines after a moving photo of their son's birth was used in a European anti-gay campaign, was the target of homophobia once again, this time in their own backyard.

Women can learn to 'crash, smash and dash' for free in Little Italy bar

A bar in Little Italy is offering free self-defence classes for women every Wednesday this month, in the wake of a shocking sex assault at a bar a few doors down last December.

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