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Alleged sex cult recruiter Allison Mack the ‘Tom Cruise of Nxivm’

Alleged sex cult recruiter Allison Mack the ‘Tom Cruise of Nxivm’

Accused sex cult recruiter Allison Mack was the quintessential cookie-cutter California girl with big dreams. Green-eyed, cute and perky, the 36-year-old found sudden fame playing Clark Kent’s beloved
BONOKOSKI: Wynne and Horwath see corner-store beer as path to hell

BONOKOSKI: Wynne and Horwath see corner-store beer as path to hell

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, doting grandmother that she is, thinks we’ll all be drinking two-buck chuck from a paper bag and wallowing drunk in the gutter if beer and wine are allowed to be sold
Man shot dead downtown at Yonge and Wellington

Man shot dead downtown at Yonge and Wellington

TORONTO — The corner of Yonge and Wellington is the epitome of Toronto fun on a Victoria Day long weekend Sunday night. Not this time. The first call for gunshots heard came in at 8:59 p.m. A man,

Unarmed Black Mambas take bite out of rhino poaching

The black mamba is a notorious African snake soaked to the gills in venom. But in the case of another group of Black Mambas, their venom is reserved for poachers decimating the continent’s wildlife.
NDP anti-nuclear position would cost 4,500 jobs in Durham, opponents say

NDP anti-nuclear position would cost 4,500 jobs in Durham, opponents say

An NDP-backed proposal to shut down Pickering Nuclear station would wipe out 4,500 jobs in Durham Region, the Progressive Conservatives and Liberals warn. “The NDP also went on to add that they will
GOLDSTEIN: Justin Trudeau’s climate of intolerance

GOLDSTEIN: Justin Trudeau’s climate of intolerance

PM likens disbelief in man-made climate change to belief in female genital mutilation
Taylor Swift doing more to stop scalpers than Ontario’s new ticket act: Experts

Taylor Swift doing more to stop scalpers than Ontario’s new ticket act: Experts

TORONTO — Step aside Ontario lawmakers, because Taylor Swift is giving you a lesson in how to deflect concert scalpers. As the province gets ready to introduce a new law on July 1 which puts a price
16 horses killed in barn fire at Toronto stables

16 horses killed in barn fire at Toronto stables

TORONTO — At least 16 horses have died following a fire at Sunnybrook Stables in north-end Toronto early Monday morning, according to Toronto Fire Services. Firefighters arrived at the scene of the
Man in Jays jersey sought in two random stabbings

Man in Jays jersey sought in two random stabbings

A man described as “violent, armed and dangerous” is wanted for two stabbings hours apart on the TTC on Sunday. In the first incident, a man boarded a TTC bus in the Islington Ave. and Bloor St. area
Toronto woman dead after canoe tips on Lake Couchiching

Toronto woman dead after canoe tips on Lake Couchiching

ORILLIA — Provincial police say a 25-year-old woman from Toronto is dead after the canoe she was in flipped over on a lake in Orillia. Emergency crews responded to the incident at around noon today
NDP admit to annual $1.4-billion costing error

NDP admit to annual $1.4-billion costing error

PETERBOROUGH — Ontario’s New Democrats, often accused of fiscal incompetence, made a $1.4-billion annual costing mistake in their election platform, the party’s leader was forced to admit on Sunday.
ASK AMY: Pot meets kettle when two women tussle for control

ASK AMY: Pot meets kettle when two women tussle for control

Dear Amy: I am dating a guy who is close to 50. He has a son (age 11), and a daughter (13). My kids are grown and on their own. His ex-wife is very obnoxious and loud. She tries to be very organized,
Sparks, Brennan squared off in Marlies-Phantoms showdown

Sparks, Brennan squared off in Marlies-Phantoms showdown

Garret Sparks used to go head-to-head with T.J. Brennan in Marlie practice and stay out after for some pro tips, the gangly kid goalie and the minor league minute-munching defenceman with the searing
Returning Heath one of many Argonauts thrilled to be back in Toronto

Returning Heath one of many Argonauts thrilled to be back in Toronto

The Toronto Argonauts are back and so too is T.J. Heath. The Argonauts got the 2018 season rolling with drills, medicals and a walkthrough on Sunday at York Stadium. There were smiles all around, but
Morales will rise above a few boos

Morales will rise above a few boos

Away from his rather impressive inning of work on the mound on Sunday, Blue Jays’ DH Kendrys Morales rewarded his manager John Gibbons with a good day at the plate. Morales was hitting .150 going into
Blue Jays’ fans rain boos as team gets swept by A’s

Blue Jays’ fans rain boos as team gets swept by A’s

The Blue Jays are playing like they struck an iceberg. They haven’t submerged yet, but they’re listing badly and could go at any time. Sunday’s game at the Rogers Centre was particularly ugly. The
Capitals winger Ovechkin simplifies his game

Capitals winger Ovechkin simplifies his game

If the Washington Capitals fail to advance past the third round of the playoffs, it won’t be because of Alex Ovechkin. The team’s captain has been one of the best players in this year’s playoffs.
Manziel getting his hooks into Ticats playbook, and now will get a chance on the field

Manziel getting his hooks into Ticats playbook, and now will get a chance on the field

HAMILTON — Johnny Manziel didn’t do a heck of a lot in his first training camp practice with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, but the quarterback nonetheless took a step forward on Sunday morning. Manziel’s
TRAIKOS: Tampa Bay Lightning not taking this years run for granted

TRAIKOS: Tampa Bay Lightning not taking this years run for granted

It was pouring rain again on Sunday morning, but Bill and Terri Schatz still showed up to the private hangar at Tampa International Airport like they’ve always done, holding a Lightning umbrella and a
OPINION: Election provides voters chance to address health-care crisis

OPINION: Election provides voters chance to address health-care crisis

BY KULVINDER GILL Just weeks remain until Ontario’s provincial election when patients can vote in a new government that is willing to engage with frontline doctors and nurses to address the worst