Maybe we’ll get it right by Canada’s 200th birthday and give the Order of Canada to Don Cherry.
Joe Warmington, Toronto Sun
In his 20th year at the Toronto Sun where he has been an award-winning reporter and a columnist focusing on day to day news with a focus on people and the streets of Toronto. He has also travelled extensively for the paper to cover such stories as 9/11 in New York, Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, the Neo-Nazi uprising in Germany to the Branch Davidian disaster in Waco, Texas. But his main love is Toronto and covering in a tough but fair way all parts with no sacred cows or pulled punches. His feeling is if the readers, leaders or editors are not peeved with him from time to time, he is not doing his job properly. "I believe in trying to be on the right side of the issue no matter who that might offend but to not hold grudges or to fuel agendas. I may criticize someone on one file but support them on another and strive hard to never make it personal."
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It was a bloody fashion crime that even Don Cherry is pleading guilty to.
Luka Magnotta sketches, paints, writes and reads, and is "obsessed" with schoolgirl killer Karla Homolka, according to a friend.
Smoothies, suntanning, pizza parties, music, movies, fitness, facials, and fantasies about sex with British royalty and Hollywood hunks.
Sleepless nights, endless phone calls and an emptied bank account are all part of being friends with one of Canada's most notorious killers.
The hashtag for Toronto Police tweets about the murder of Sina Parsi is simply #SabrinaAndClyde.
Talk about being ungrateful.
Elena Semikina knows what it’s like to have the flash of the camera go off in her face and a room full of people staring at her.
You will have to forgive Tabitha Speer for not sharing the same excitement and enthusiasm as some in Canada seem to be feeling about the release of “child soldier” Omar Khadr.
Much of what was a concentration camp is long gone.
VE day was celebrated much around the world 70 years ago this week.
It is not “leadership” for a school board not to reconsider a decision preventing one of their teacher from travelling with his 90-year-old father to ceremonies marking the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands, Veterans Affairs Minister Erin O’Toole said Thursday.
Just as it wasn’t easy to liberate Holland from the Nazis, it is proving to be an arduous task to grant a veteran’s wish to have his son travel with him to the Netherlands to commemorate one of Canada’s greatest military achievements.
Retired Toronto Police chief Bill Blair says he had several opportunities available to him but decided running federally for the Liberals was the best fit for him.
A man pushed onto subway tracks Wednesday night was pulled up to safety by fellow TTC riders.
Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson has had some busy days.
Since there are already too many dead in the Boston Marathon bombing, why not one more?
If there are vacant seats in the mess tent for Easter supper in the desert of Kuwait, it will be for a very good reason.
Jamie Gillman says Wednesday would have been the worst day of his life if not for Jan. 29, when he was pummelled by a TTC transit enforcement officer at Union Station.
There's no need to fly somewhere south for a warm, waterside vacation when you have this new place to relax in.