The Toronto Sun

‘DISGUSTING’: Cops probing vandalism at Toronto cenotaph

‘DISGUSTING’: Cops probing vandalism at Toronto cenotaph

One day after Remembrance Day, Toronto Police are investigating an act of vandalism at the cenotaph at Old City Hall. Someone sprayed paint on the monument, which hosted a ceremony on Monday to honour
ELO’S Jeff Lynne on the band’s comeback, The Beatles and playing in Dylan’s garage

ELO’S Jeff Lynne on the band’s comeback, The Beatles and playing in Dylan’s garage

Singer-songwriter-producer Jeff Lynne is enjoying the resurgence of Electric Light Orchestra in the last five years when the ‘70s British classical rockers started touring again and released two new
Canadian newcomers resent illegal immigrant queue-jumpers

Canadian newcomers resent illegal immigrant queue-jumpers

Those who legally enter Canada from other countries have a disdain for illegal immigrants who jump the queue, according to research by the country’s immigration department. According to the government
Brian Burke favourite to replace Don Cherry: Betting site

Brian Burke favourite to replace Don Cherry: Betting site

Former Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke is listed as the heavy favourite to be Don Cherry’s successor on “Hockey Night in Canada” on one sports betting site. SportsBettingDime.com has released odds on
Injured Toronto firefighter released from intensive care

Injured Toronto firefighter released from intensive care

Toronto’s fire chief says a captain who was injured on the job earlier this month has been released from the intensive care unit. Chief Matthew Pegg says in a statement Monday that Capt. James Warren
Raptors hang tough with Kawhi and Clippers but fall just short

Raptors hang tough with Kawhi and Clippers but fall just short

LOS ANGELES — The hits, they just keep on coming this trip for the Raptors. Having already lost the services of Kyle Lowry and Serge Ibaka in the first game of this trip, the Raptors lost another
Letters to the Editor, Nov. 12

Letters to the Editor, Nov. 12

CHERRY HAD A POINT I’m no particular fan of Don Cherry, but his criticism of recent immigrants to Canada disrespecting our military men and women by failing to purchase or wear the Remembrance poppy
Randall’s Rant: Rivera, Garrett fail to keep it simple

Randall’s Rant: Rivera, Garrett fail to keep it simple

What is on those big cards that coaches clutch to so dearly during games? Menus maybe? Based on some of the play-calling we witnessed this past weekend, they certainly can’t be a list of designed
Hutchinson placed on waivers as Leafs try to find an answer to backup problems

Hutchinson placed on waivers as Leafs try to find an answer to backup problems

CHICAGO — The backup goaltending carousel with the Maple Leafs continues. After another subpar performance from Michael Hutchinson, the Leafs on Monday placed the netminder on waivers. Hutchinson
How Blue Jays look as off-season kicks into second gear

How Blue Jays look as off-season kicks into second gear

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Here’s how the work-in-progress Blue Jays look as the off-season kicks into second gear at the GM meetings: THE ROTATION Starter 1: TBD Starter 2: TBD Starter 3: Trent Thornton,
Blue Jays’ Atkins on hunt for pitching at GM meetings

Blue Jays’ Atkins on hunt for pitching at GM meetings

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Ross Atkins is ready to get to work on his threadbare pitching staff. The Blue Jays general manager is here at Major League Baseball’s GM meetings and talked up the team’s
With Coach’s Corner silenced, a look back at how Don Cherry changed how we watched hockey forever

With Coach’s Corner silenced, a look back at how Don Cherry changed how we watched hockey forever

Hard to believe Don Cherry has taken his final bow on that Coach’s Corner opening montage, that his bull terrier Blue will bark no more and that Grapes himself is silenced from shouting down Ron
WARMINGTON: Fired and betrayed, Don Cherry stands firm

WARMINGTON: Fired and betrayed, Don Cherry stands firm

Don Cherry has been fired before. “Of course it’s always hard but after you have been fired by the Boston Bruins, you can handle anything,” teased Grapes after Rogers Sportsnet tied the can to him for
‘TERRIBLE TRAGEDY’: Toddler hit by falling air conditioner dies

‘TERRIBLE TRAGEDY’: Toddler hit by falling air conditioner dies

A toddler who suffered very serious injuries after being struck by an air conditioner that fell from an eighth-floor apartment has died. Const. Alex Li says Toronto Police received a call for help on
Nurse’s tough love provides reward when Raptors need it the most

Nurse’s tough love provides reward when Raptors need it the most

LOS ANGELES — Raptors’ head coach Nick Nurse was as happy as anyone with Sunday’s upset over the heavily favoured Lakers. How could he not be? But down a little deeper there had to be an even greater
KOLGA: Exporting Canadian energy is also good for Europe

KOLGA: Exporting Canadian energy is also good for Europe

Canada is uniquely positioned to help Europe secure its energy supplies through diversification, while simultaneously addressing Alberta’s serious economic concerns, by investing in infrastructure to
Man accused of killing his mom’s dog

Man accused of killing his mom’s dog

A Texas man is accused of killing his mother’s dog after she refused to let him have sex in her house. James Garcia, 39, who was living with his parents in their San Antonio home, allegedly brought a
‘Wheel of Fortune’ host Pat Sajak misheard contestant: Viewers

‘Wheel of Fortune’ host Pat Sajak misheard contestant: Viewers

Does Pat Sajak need his ears cleaned out? Some outraged viewers on Twitter seem to think so after the longtime Wheel of Fortune host — 36 seasons and counting — seemed to mishear a contestant who went
WARMINGTON: Toronto comes together to remember our warriors

WARMINGTON: Toronto comes together to remember our warriors

People converged on Old City Hall out of respect for our troops 75 years ago. On Monday, they gathered to remember all who served. As Mayor John Tory said when word spread on June 6, 1944 that the
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