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EPSTEIN VICTIMS: ‘Their whole lives revolved around sex’

EPSTEIN VICTIMS: ‘Their whole lives revolved around sex’

No one would want to be a member of this club. But five disparate women joined together for a roundtable with iconic glossy magazine Glamour to discuss the nightmare they all endured — and barely
LILLEY: Teachers’ rich demands laid bare

LILLEY: Teachers’ rich demands laid bare

Is labour peace with the teachers unions in Ontario worth an extra $7 billion? According to the government, that is the price tag of the demands from the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation
Jury is out on alleged love triangle killer of pregnant mistress

Jury is out on alleged love triangle killer of pregnant mistress

A jury is now deciding whether Nicholas Johnson killed mistress Virgil Jack in a rage because he thought she was pregnant, or if he’s innocent of the ghastly allegations. The jury will resume
NDP MPP says sorry for crude Ford sign

NDP MPP says sorry for crude Ford sign

A smiling Ontario NDP MPP posed for the camera with a crude sign that read “F–k Doug Ford.” NDP MPP Joel Harden, the member for Ottawa Centre, apologized to Ford after the image appeared on Reddit.
Ontario staring down a $7-billion bill for education talks: Lecce

Ontario staring down a $7-billion bill for education talks: Lecce

The price of labour peace with educators could hit an estimated $7 billion, Education Minister Stephen Lecce says. Demands by Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) members — who are
Ontario seeks to appeal ruling that overturned student fee policy

Ontario seeks to appeal ruling that overturned student fee policy

Ontario is seeking to appeal a court ruling that struck down its directive making some post-secondary student fees optional. Training, Colleges and Universities Minister Ross Romano says the
Ontario man’s drug-trafficking case tossed over road-side strip search

Ontario man’s drug-trafficking case tossed over road-side strip search

TORONTO — A man found with a significant amount of cocaine and heroin has had his case thrown out after a three-day trial because police strip-searched him on the side of a highway and delayed his
Wynne hopes her official portrait inspires young women

Wynne hopes her official portrait inspires young women

Kathleen Wynne may no longer be the premier of Ontario, but she said she hopes her lasting presence in the halls of the legislature will inspire more young women to enter politics. Wynne’s comments
LILLEY: Province has no more money for teachers

LILLEY: Province has no more money for teachers

Whether they realize it or not, the Ford government just got a major assist in their argument that spending needs to be controlled, and that includes teachers’ salaries. The Financial Accountability
Ontario justice bill touches on revenge porn, class-action suits

Ontario justice bill touches on revenge porn, class-action suits

Broad new Ontario justice legislation introduced Monday targets everything from Legal Aid to proceeds of crime to revenge porn. The legislation also proposes to make it easier for families to obtain a
Ontario health, education spending could fall far short: FAO

Ontario health, education spending could fall far short: FAO

A report by a legislative watchdog has laid bare a possible choice before the Doug Ford government — break a promise to cut taxes or risk underfunding public services and delaying a balanced budget.
BEAUTY AND HER BRAIN: Former figure skater and SUNshine Girl talks concussions

BEAUTY AND HER BRAIN: Former figure skater and SUNshine Girl talks concussions

It’s tale of beauty battling her brain. Former figure skater Riley Sawyer, 20, who has graced the pages of the Sun as a top SUNshine Girl for the past two years, opened recently up about her battle
Much still to do from Ontario auditor general’s 2017 report

Much still to do from Ontario auditor general’s 2017 report

The 2019 annual report of Ontario Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk released last week — with its disheartening revelations about harm in hospitals, slack truck and driver safety rule,s and salty, sugary
PAZZANO: Recent cases highlight failures of revolving door bail system

PAZZANO: Recent cases highlight failures of revolving door bail system

Four years ago, people were outraged with our lax bail system. Sinbad Kingsimba Marshall — on bail for a violent crime and probation for a chilling attack on an elderly woman in a burglary — was
EDITORIAL: Auditors expose false political claims on climate change

EDITORIAL: Auditors expose false political claims on climate change

Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk’s report last week that Premier Doug Ford’s plan to meet Ontario’s greenhouse gas emission reduction targets is “not yet supported by sound evidence” comes as no surprise.
Sudbury woman killed in crash near Huntsville

Sudbury woman killed in crash near Huntsville

A Sudbury woman was killed in a crash in Huntsville on Firday. Ontario Provincial Police say Keisha Andrews, 41, died at the scene after her BMW collided with a cube van on Hwy. 11 around 10:30 a.m.
STEPHEN SYLLABUS: Fave school subject! Is Lecce sleeping? Ignoring the haters!

STEPHEN SYLLABUS: Fave school subject! Is Lecce sleeping? Ignoring the haters!

WATCH ABOVE: In part two of our interview, Toronto Sun’s Editor-in-Chief Adrienne Batra takes a recess break to ask Education Minister Stephen Lecce how he’s faring personally during the tough and
NDP demands action on hospital bed shortage

NDP demands action on hospital bed shortage

The Ontario government needs time to fix a health-care system that over the past three years was unable to transfer hundreds of patients in a life-or-limb crisis to the nearest appropriate hospital,
BATRA BATTLEGROUND:  On the hot seat, does Stephen Lecce pass or fail?

BATRA BATTLEGROUND: On the hot seat, does Stephen Lecce pass or fail?

WATCH ABOVE as the Toronto Sun’s Editor-in-Chief Adrienne Batra sits down with Education Minister Stephen Lecce asking him how he thinks his government can get a deal with the teachers. What do YOU
Tarion CEO steps down, minister orders changes to board

Tarion CEO steps down, minister orders changes to board

Ontario’s government and consumer services minister says she asked the CEO of the corporation that enforces warranties on new homes to step down. That follows a recent auditor general report that