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The Toronto Sun

Teen charged after Molotov cocktail thrown at store

Teen charged after Molotov cocktail thrown at store

BOWMANVILLE — A boy is facing an arson charge after a firebomb was thrown at a business in Bowmanville last month. Durham Regional Police were called around 4 a.m. on July 25 after a Molotov cocktail
Argos trade wide receiver Brian Jones to Roughriders for draft pick

Argos trade wide receiver Brian Jones to Roughriders for draft pick

TORONTO — The Toronto Argonauts have traded wide receiver Brian Jones to Saskatchewan for a seventh-round pick in the 2019 CFL draft. The 24-year-old Jones was selected fourth overall by Toronto in
Roman reigns at WWE SummerSlam

Roman reigns at WWE SummerSlam

Jan Murphy Postmedia Network BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Brock Lesnar’s 504-day championship reign atop World Wrestling Entertainment came to an abrupt end in Brooklyn at SummerSlam on Sunday night. Roman’s
Aston Martin driver busted going four times the speed limit: Cops

Aston Martin driver busted going four times the speed limit: Cops

VAUGHAN — A man has been charged after he allegedly drove his high-end sports car six times over the speed limit in a school zone. York Regional Police say the incident occurred on Sunday at about 8
FUREY: Trudeau’s re-election strategy? Call everyone racist

FUREY: Trudeau’s re-election strategy? Call everyone racist

It was a video that went viral over the weekend. On Thursday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau really got into it with a heckler at a rally in Quebec. “I want to know when you are going to refund the
WARMINGTON: PM Trudeau’s encounter with heckler raises questions

WARMINGTON: PM Trudeau’s encounter with heckler raises questions

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has finally commented, and he isn’t apologizing or backing down. Social media has been abuzz about the video of an interaction between Trudeau and a woman who was
Toronto man dies after pulled from Georgian Bay

Toronto man dies after pulled from Georgian Bay

TINY TOWNSHIP — Ontario Provincial Police are investigating a possible drowning in Georgian Bay on Sunday. Officers were dispatched to Bluewater Beach in Tiny Township around 12:30 p.m. after
Mayor Tory wants to go to court over council size

Mayor Tory wants to go to court over council size

Mayor John Tory will vote in favour of launching a legal challenge to the Doug Ford government’s decision to shrink the size of city council. “The process by which this monumental change was made was
Drake postpones first of three Toronto shows at Scotiabank Arena

Drake postpones first of three Toronto shows at Scotiabank Arena

TORONTO — Drake’s anticipated homecoming concert won’t be going forward as planned on Monday night, dealing the Toronto performer another setback on his hyped summer tour. Live Nation Ontario notified
Is incentive dating the new trend?

Is incentive dating the new trend?

There have been many moments in my dating career where I’ve come home from yet another mediocre date and thought, “you couldn’t pay me to go on another one of these things.” But what if you got paid
ASK AMY: Mother wonders why son’s girlfriend stays away

ASK AMY: Mother wonders why son’s girlfriend stays away

Dear Amy: My son has dated the same girl for four years. She is white, while we are black. I am not prejudiced at all. I have invited her to our home many times. She has only come to our house once.
August 20, 2018

August 20, 2018

Tim Dolighan
ON DECK: Baltimore Orioles at Toronto Blue Jays

ON DECK: Baltimore Orioles at Toronto Blue Jays

ON DECK: Orioles at Blue Jays DAN BILICKI Toronto Sun PROBABLE PITCHERS Monday, 7:07 p.m. RHP Andrew Cashner (4-10, 4.71 ERA) vs. RHP Marco Estrada (6-9, 4.87 ERA) Don’t expect too many strikeouts in
Letters to the Editor, Monday Aug. 20 2018

Letters to the Editor, Monday Aug. 20 2018

TTC HAS NO WAY OF KNOWING Re “King St. project done deal from start” (Editorial, Aug. 17): Old but true shibboleth reads, “There are three kinds of untruths: Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics.” I also
Toronto celebrates India Day at Nathan Phillips Square

Toronto celebrates India Day at Nathan Phillips Square

Indo-Canadians flocked to Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto on Sunday to celebrate their heritage and culture. The 19th annual India Day Festival and Grand Parade was expected to draw more than 75,000
LEVY: Former employers calls Jen Keesmaat an opportunist

LEVY: Former employers calls Jen Keesmaat an opportunist

In March, she signed on as CEO of a new enterprise with a mission to create 50,000 units of affordable rental housing in Toronto and Vancouver. Five months later — with at most a few hours notice to
Damn the ‘idiots’: Blue Jays feel Hernandez will develop into a solid outfielder

Damn the ‘idiots’: Blue Jays feel Hernandez will develop into a solid outfielder

NEW YORK — Blue Jays first base coach Tim Leiper, who is also in charge of working with the team’s outfielders, was asked prior to Sunday afternoon’s game at Yankee Stadium about fans and media types
Blue Jays’ rookie Borucki makes early exit in blowout loss to Yankees

Blue Jays’ rookie Borucki makes early exit in blowout loss to Yankees

NEW YORK – Another rookie starter, another maul job at Yankee Stadium. On Saturday it was Sean Reid-Foley who took his lumps against the Bronx Bombers. On Sunday it was Ryan Borucki’s turn. The lefty
Two wins later, Argonauts’ turnaround is under way

Two wins later, Argonauts’ turnaround is under way

For all intents and purposes, the Argonauts saved their season two weeks ago. That’s when the now 6-3 Redblacks, who hit the halfway point of the season atop the East standings, came to town, jumped
Gibbons’ frustration boils over in Blue Jays loss

Gibbons’ frustration boils over in Blue Jays loss

NEW YORK — It was a much cooler day in the Bronx on Sunday, but you could see the steam coming off Blue Jays manager John Gibbons. Before he was thrown out for arguing a play at first base in the