Torontosun

  • July 17, 2018
    Tim Dolighan ... more
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  • Letters to the Editor, July 17 2018
    RETURN TO COMMUNITY POLICING Re “TAVIS, from saviours to ‘subjects of suspicion and scorn’â€� (Chris Doucette, July 14): While some might not agree that we should see a return to community policing due to devastating gun violence on our streets, it really should not come as a surprise considering the… ... more
    Torontosun5 hours ago
  • Synagogue groundbreaking ushers in new era
    It will be a new beginning for peace, worship and remembrance in Toronto. On Monday evening ground was broken by the Habonim congregation of Toronto as they prepare to build a new synagogue for the Jewish community off of Bathurst St. at Glen Park Ave. that was first built in… ... more
    Torontosun6 hours ago
  • It has been a complicated year for Canadian all-star Joey Vo...
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — A year ago, Joey Votto was tearing up the National League on the way to an incredible season, one that earned him the Lou Marsh Award as Canada’s outstanding athlete. While it hasn’t all gone downhill since, Votto has been on quite a different and complicated ride… ... more
    Torontosun6 hours ago
  • For J.A. Happ, all star fun replaces Blue Jays gloom
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — If a call or text comes through J.A. Happ’s cellphone from a mystery number these days, his heart flutters just a little. With two agonizing weeks remaining until major league baseball’s non-waiver trade deadline, the Blue Jays all-star lefty is a hot commodity. It’s why at Monday’s… ... more
    Torontosun6 hours ago
  • Homer Harper takes Home Run Derby
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Swinging for the fences in his home ballpark, Bryce Harper played heavily to the sellout crowd that came to see him do just that. The Washington Nationals slugger chose a Cherry Blossom bat for Monday’s home run derby because of the famed blossoms in the D.C. area… ... more
    Torontosun6 hours ago
  • Rested Ticats need to create turnovers
    HAMILTON — Four games into the season the Ticats are coming off a bye week with an even record and looking to make a run. They are through probably the toughest stretch of their schedule having started in Calgary and Edmonton, returned home for a game against Winnipeg and then… ... more
    Torontosun7 hours ago
  • Top 10 storylines from World Cup
    The top 10 storylines from a World Cup many describe as the best in history. … 1. SO VAR, SO GOOD The biggest talking point entering this World Cup didn’t concern a player or team or even the location of the tournament. No, the biggest question ahead of Russia 2018… ... more
    Torontosun7 hours ago
  • T.J. Heath goes from Toronto to Winnipeg and back again
    There are no hard feelings, no ill will, no grudges, no axe to grind for T.J. Heath, whose CFL path has taken him to Toronto, Winnipeg and back to Toronto, all within the span of two years and roughly two months. “It’s a place I called home for a year… ... more
    Torontosun7 hours ago
  • One person dead in fatal Brampton shooting
    Peel homicide detectives are investigating after a deadly shooting in east Brampton on Tuesday. A little after 6:10 p.m., emergency crews were called to reports of gunshots at a residence on Donwoods Ct., in the area of Airport Rd. and Countryside Dr. One person was declared dead at the scene.… ... more
    Torontosun8 hours ago
  • Help on the way for Toronto FC, but is it too late?
    ORLANDO — Toronto FC is keeping the faith, and as Kevin Garnett famously said after winning the NBA championship, “anything is possible,â€� but the math indicates Toronto is in a dark place, with faint hope of digging out of a five-foot hole. Following a 2-1 loss Saturday at the hands… ... more
    Torontosun9 hours ago
  • EDITORIAL: Trump needs to put Russia in its place
    Donald Trump was elected under the banner of Make America Great Again. That’s his mandate, whether his detractors like it or not. There has been a lot done by Democrats and the Clinton machine to derail this agenda, the biggest one being elaborate conspiracy theories about how Trump and those… ... more
    Torontosun9 hours ago
  • WILLIAMS: Our rules of the game, the U.S. Constitution
    Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, leading to President Donald Trump’s nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, has thrown progressives, the Democratic Party and the news media into an out-and-out tizzy. The online magazine Slate declared, “Anthony Kennedy Just Destroyed His Legacy as a Gay Rights Hero.” The New York… ... more
    Torontosun9 hours ago
  • Argos’ Wynn doesn’t deserve suspension
    Regardless of where one sits on the issue of player safety, there’s no doubt Dylan Wynn should have been penalized for his late hit on C.J. Gable. He was flagged and the Eskimos used the extra set of downs to run the clock out and emerge with a 16-15 win… ... more
    Torontosun11 hours ago
  • WARMINGTON: Toronto the bizarre keeps police, citizens hoppi...
    Just call it Toronto the whacky where anything can happen anywhere, at any time. If this man jumping up on the hood of a car wasn’t already disturbing enough, this pride of Toronto then started stomping on the car’s roof at Richmond and Peter.  The video posted on social media… ... more
    Torontosun11 hours ago
  • Gutsy husky rescues, adopts doomed kittens
    Banner was distressed. The three-year-old husky kept pulling on her owner Whitney Braley’s dress. So she let the courageous canine take her to a nearby woods near Menlo, Georgia. Banner then began circling a cardboard box. Inside the box were seven abandoned kittens who would have likely died if… ... more
    Torontosun12 hours ago
  • Married teacher pinched in 3-year sex affair with student
    School’s out, but hormone-charged hijinks in the teaching profession are definitely in class. Married California teacher and mom-of-two Angela Webb, 50, was arrested Friday for allegedly engaging in a three-year sexual affair with one of her students. The Tulare Western High School volleyball coach was nabbed after her paramour —… ... more
    Torontosun12 hours ago
  • FUREY: You don’t need to believe in Russian collusion to r...
    When historians look back on this era of political history, they’ll without a doubt reserve space for Barack Obama’s “red line.â€� The question now though is whether President Trump will have fixed the problem or worsened it. It’s not looking good. Back in 2012, Obama said that if Syrian President… ... more
    Torontosun12 hours ago
  • GOLDSTEIN: Trudeau a deadbeat when it comes to asylum seeker...
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needs to stop acting like a deadbeat parent and provide for the tens of thousands of asylum seekers who have streamed into Canada from the U.S. at unmanned border crossings through ‘irregular migration.’ I’m using the terms preferred by Trudeau and his minions — as opposed… ... more
    Torontosun12 hours ago
  • SIMMONS: Marcus Stroman’s explosion symptomatic of Blue Ja...
    All tangled and twisted in 68 inches of rage, frustration and disappointment, the unfortunate words of Marcus Stroman — some of them true yet contradictory — speak volumes about the troubling and confounding state of the Blue Jays at the all-star break. “We’re f—ing terrible!â€� Stroman shouted on Sunday at… ... more
    Torontosun13 hours ago
  • Disney World’s new Toy Story Land: Everything you need to ...
    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Toy Story fans of all ages: prepare to be propelled to infinity and beyond. A new 11-acre land inspired by the movie Toy Story is now open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and for the first time it immerses guests in the world of the trilogy… ... more
    Torontosun13 hours ago
  • DNA helps cops crack 30-year-old child killer cold case
    The cops asked John D. Miller if he knew why they were on his doorstep. He replied: “April Tinsley.” For more than 30 years, the mystery of who murdered the 8-year-old Indiana girl haunted Fort Wayne and frustrated detectives. Now, they say Miller, 59, is their man thanks to DNA… ... more
    Torontosun14 hours ago
  • Ontario sex-ed curriculum will still teach some modern theme...
    TORONTO — Ontario’s education minister says students will still be taught about concepts like consent, cyber safety and gender identity this fall despite her government’s plan to scrap the province’s modernized sex-ed curriculum. Lisa Thompson says the portion of the curriculum being replaced deals with “developing sexual relations,” adding that… ... more
    Torontosun15 hours ago
  • Ford govt. moves to take greater control of Hydro One execut...
    TORONTO — Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government has introduced legislation that, if passed, would give it sweeping new powers over executive compensation at Hydro One. The bill, dubbed the Urgent Priorities Act, was introduced today by Energy Minister Greg Rickford and would give the government authority to approve executive compensation… ... more
    Torontosun15 hours ago
  • Colin and Justin: Sofa so good
    Colin and Justin say that, sometimes, a new scheme needs a little extra padding  First up, let’s dispel a myth – re-upholstery doesn’t mean simply removing old covers and attaching anew; that method of reinvention is better described as ‘recovering’.  To fully reupholster is a bigger task and may mean… ... more
    Torontosun16 hours ago
  • CONCERT REVIEW: The Eagles soar to new heights at Toronto’...
    RATING: ***1/2 OUT OF FOUR Don Henley had a message for Eagles fans Sunday night at Toronto’s newly christened Scotiabank Arena: “We’re going to play two-and-a-half hours of music for you tonight… because we can.” In the wake of co-founding member Glenn Frey’s death in 2016, the iconic ‘70s classic-rock… ... more
    Torontosun16 hours ago
  • BONOKOSKI: They’re not ‘illegal queue-jumpers,...
    The refugee file being so outrageously bungled by the Trudeau Liberals is getting uglier by the day and has now sunk to the intellectual low of defensive name-calling by those with no answers. It is a sign all control has been lost. The senior political aide who pulls the strings… ... more
    Torontosun17 hours ago
  • BOURDAIN: Bill Clinton ‘rapey, gropey, disgusting’
    Tragic Anthony Bourdain torched “rapey, gropey and disgusting” Bill Clinton and Harvey Weinstein in one of his final interviews. The celebrity chef hanged himself in a French hotel in June. But like a voice from the grave Bourdain granted a wide-ranging interview to journalist Maria Bustillos for magazine Popula. “Bill Clinton, look,… ... more
    Torontosun17 hours ago
  • Furey: The Trudeau Liberals are becoming the ‘mean girls...
    In the aftermath of the 2015 election, a recurring point made by analysts was that the Conservatives lost the election not so much because of policy issues but thanks to their general attitude and demeanour. It wasn’t just their detractors who said it either. “I think our obvious weakness has… ... more
    Torontosun17 hours ago
  • WARMINGTON: Cops looking for 2 who allegedly swiped wallet f...
    A thief will steal from anybody and from anywhere but it’s a whole different level of criminal who would steal out a child’s stroller. Toronto Police say it happened June 8 in a restaurant in the York St. and Bremner Blvd. area. It was one of those classic diversion stings… ... more
    Torontosun17 hours ago
  • HULKAMANIA! Hogan back in WWE Hall of Fame
    WWE icon Hulk Hogan has been welcomed back into the hallowed fraternity of the squared circle. Wrestling giant WWE announced Sunday it was reinstating the aforementioned Hulkster. Hogan was body-slammed with a three-year suspension following a sordid audio emerged of the grappler unleashing a racist rant on a 2012 sex… ... more
    Torontosun17 hours ago
  • Ontario trade minister heads to Washington to defend auto in...
    TORONTO — Ontario’s trade minister will be travelling to Washington this week to defend the province’s auto industry at a U.S. Department of Commerce hearing. Jim Wilson says he will be speaking Thursday at the public hearing to investigate national security issues around imports of automobiles and automotive parts. Wilson… ... more
    Torontosun18 hours ago
  • Rasmus Sandin signs three-year deal with Leafs
    The Maple Leafs took care of some summer contractual business with their first overall pick from 2018 on Monday. Rasmus Sandin signed a three-year entry level deal. Sandin, 18, was selected 29th overall. The Uppsala, Sweden defenceman registered 45 points in 51 regular season games with the Sault Ste. Marie… ... more
    Torontosun18 hours ago
  • Naked man, minus his shoes, streaks across Dundas Square
    This runner seemed to have a wardrobe malfunction. No shorts, not shirt, no nothing. Well, not exactly. “He was wearing his running shoes,â€� said Toronto Police spokesman Gary Long. The call came in at about 8 p.m. Sunday night and when police responded they found the man near Yonge-Dundas Square… ... more
    Torontosun19 hours ago
  • WARMINGTON: Road rage takes on pedestrian form
    It was another one of those vile hit-and-run incidents in which a driver fled while two pedestrians were taken by ambulance to hospital. Or was it? War on the pedestrian? Or another example of Toronto’s war on the car? Toronto Police were pressed to figure that out. It didn’t take… ... more
    Torontosun20 hours ago
  • Board of health to consider report recommending drug decrimi...
    Toronto’s board of health is set to decide today whether it will call on the federal government to decriminalize all drugs for personal use. The board will be presented with a report by Toronto’s medical officer of health urging the city to call on the government to treat drug use… ... more
    Torontosun20 hours ago
  • Putin and Trump go one-on-one in Helsinki
    HELSINKI — President Donald Trump blamed the United States, not Russian election meddling or its annexation of Crimea, for a low-point in U.S.-Russia relations hours before a summit with Vladimir Putin that played out against a backdrop of fraying Western alliances, a new peak in the Russia investigation and fears… ... more
    Torontosun21 hours ago
  • 5 people injured, including 3 kids in Hwy. 401 crash
    Five people were rushed to hospital early Monday morning following a serious collision in North York on a stretch of Hwy. 401. Among them were three children, one of whom remains in critical condition. It happened in the eastbound collector lanes near Leslie St. just after 1 a.m. A woman… ... more
    Torontosun21 hours ago
  • ASK AMY: Physician is told to heel himself
    Dear Amy: I am a physician and a widower. Most importantly, I’m the father of a brilliant and deeply inquisitive 12-year-old girl. I have raised my daughter (by myself) since she was six months old. We are very close. I noticed signs that she would soon be experiencing puberty, and… ... more
    Torontosun23 hours ago
  • How to seduce your partner this summer
    For many of us, the word “seductionâ€� immediately conjures up images of vampy heroines from Hollywood movies. It’s Madonna slithering across Warren Beatty’s desk in Dick Tracy or Sharon Stone uncrossing her legs for Michael Douglas. It’s Christian Grey slowly running his fingers along Ana’s body in 50 Shades of… ... more
    Torontosun23 hours ago
  • LARSON: World Cup referee Nestor Pitana at centre of French ...
    MOSCOW — Piercing whistles reverberated off the ceiling inside Luzhniki Stadium after referee Nestor Pitana inexplicably stopped a promising Croatian attack. Mario Mandzukic displayed a gesture of encouragement towards the roughly 10,000 Croats who voiced their displeasure at the Argentine referee’s performance up until that point. It was bizarre to… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • July 16, 2018
    Tim Dolighan ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Letters to the Editor, July 16
    IT’S ILLEGAL Re “Liberals use ‘illegal’ vs. ‘irregular’ argument as a distractionâ€� (Candice Malcolm, July 11): If legal immigration is ‘regular,’ then illegal immigration must be ‘irregular.’ It’s as simple as that! Trudeau, the Liberals and their sycophants in the mainstream media can spin it any way they want —… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Letters to the Editor, July 16
    IT’S ILLEGAL Re “Liberals use ‘illegal’ vs. ‘irregular’ argument as a distractionâ€� (Candice Malcolm, July 11): If legal immigration is ‘regular,’ then illegal immigration must be ‘irregular.’ It’s as simple as that! Trudeau, the Liberals and their sycophants in the mainstream media can spin it any way they want —… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Ex-NHL goalie Ray Emery drowns in Hamilton
    HAMILTON — Ray Emery, the former NHL goaltender whose career spanned more than a decade and included stops in Ottawa, Chicago and Philadelphia, drowned in Hamilton Harbour on Sunday, police said. Insp. Marty Schulenberg said Emery’s death does not appear to be suspicious, calling it a “case of misadventure.” Schulenberg… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Ex-NHL goalie Ray Emery drowns in Hamilton
    HAMILTON — Ray Emery, the former NHL goaltender whose career spanned more than a decade and included stops in Ottawa, Chicago and Philadelphia, drowned in Hamilton Harbour on Sunday, police said. Insp. Marty Schulenberg said Emery’s death does not appear to be suspicious, calling it a “case of misadventure.” Schulenberg… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Russians proud to show off their country at World Cup
      MOSCOW — The “best everâ€� World Cup was about more than showcasing football. FIFA president Gianni Infantino claims it served to change the perception surrounding a country outsiders were, and still might be, skeptical of. “I think that everyone … has discovered actually a beautiful country, a welcoming country,… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Russians proud to show off their country at World Cup
      MOSCOW — The “best everâ€� World Cup was about more than showcasing football. FIFA president Gianni Infantino claims it served to change the perception surrounding a country outsiders were, and still might be, skeptical of. “I think that everyone … has discovered actually a beautiful country, a welcoming country,… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • WORLD CUP POWER RANKINGS: France the undoubted No. 1 in Russ...
    Arguably one of the best World Cups ever wrapped up with an exciting final that had it all. France (Previous ranking: 2) You might not have liked its tactics at times, but France was the top team and a deserving winner. Croatia (6) Its Cinderella run came up short,… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • WORLD CUP POWER RANKINGS: France the undoubted No. 1 in Russ...
    Arguably one of the best World Cups ever wrapped up with an exciting final that had it all. France (Previous ranking: 2) You might not have liked its tactics at times, but France was the top team and a deserving winner. Croatia (6) Its Cinderella run came up short,… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • EDITORIAL: More than talk needed to curb gun violence
    It’s been a troubling year for guns, gangs and law and order in Canada’s cities. The thugs, lowlifes and gangsters have kept busy, and they’re leaving broken lives in their wake. The carnage is increasingly plaguing Canada’s major cities, though  Toronto has seen a particularly troubling spike in homicides —… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • EDITORIAL: More than talk needed to curb gun violence
    It’s been a troubling year for guns, gangs and law and order in Canada’s cities. The thugs, lowlifes and gangsters have kept busy, and they’re leaving broken lives in their wake. The carnage is increasingly plaguing Canada’s major cities, though  Toronto has seen a particularly troubling spike in homicides —… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Despite loss to France, Croatians celebrate World Cup finals
    Thousands of Croatian soccer fans didn’t let a World Cup Final loss to France get a a way of a celebration at Croatian Parish Park in Mississauga. Fans watching the game went from ecstatic following a couple of goals, to sullen as each goal by France put Croatia further away… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Despite loss to France, Croatians celebrate World Cup finals
    Thousands of Croatian soccer fans didn’t let a World Cup Final loss to France get a a way of a celebration at Croatian Parish Park in Mississauga. Fans watching the game went from ecstatic following a couple of goals, to sullen as each goal by France put Croatia further away… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • LARSON: World Cup referee Nestor Pitana at centre of French ...
    MOSCOW — Piercing whistles reverberated off the ceiling inside Luzhniki Stadium after referee Nestor Pitana inexplicably stopped a promising Croatian attack. Mario Mandzukic displayed a gesture of encouragement towards the roughly 10,000 Croats who voiced their displeasure at the Argentine referee’s performance up until that point. It was bizarre to… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Dad Vlad’s advice to Vlad Jr.: ‘Stay healthy and finish ...
    WASHINGTON. D.C. — Vladimir Guerrero was a hitting coach for the World Team here on Sunday to kick off all-star weekend with the annual treasure trove of prospects known as the Futures Game. Unfortunately, his prized pupil wasn’t here. That would be Vlad Guerrero Jr., who is on a rehab… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Dad Vlad’s advice to Vlad Jr.: ‘Stay healthy and finish ...
    WASHINGTON. D.C. — Vladimir Guerrero was a hitting coach for the World Team here on Sunday to kick off all-star weekend with the annual treasure trove of prospects known as the Futures Game. Unfortunately, his prized pupil wasn’t here. That would be Vlad Guerrero Jr., who is on a rehab… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • All-Stars align for Jays pitcher J.A. Happ
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Like any proud baseball parents, Jim and Sue Happ have savoured the thrills of following their son, Blue Jays all-star pitcher J.A., throughout his career. They’re regular visitors to Toronto, hit most Jays games in the midwest from their Illinois home and each year try to add… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • All Stars align for Jays pitcher J.A. Happ
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Like any proud baseball parents, Jim and Sue Happ have savoured the thrills of following their son, Blue Jays all-star pitcher J.A., throughout his career. They’re regular visitors to Toronto, hit most Jays games in the midwest from their Illinois home and each year try to add… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Scott Dixon wins Toronto Indy, Canadian Robert Wickens finis...
    Scott Dixon always feels welcome in Toronto. “It feel like it’s kind of my closest home. I’m part of the Commonwealth. Bit of a long-shot there, but, you know, I’ll take it,â€� the gleeful 37-year-old New Zealander said on Sunday after celebrating in victory lane at the conclusion of a… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Canadian content should boost Toronto Indy for years to come
    This might not be the booze- and cigarette-sponsorship heyday of a decade ago, but the Honda Indy Toronto can still draw a crowd, the racing is as solid as it has ever been, and the sport is gaining ground, both locally and beyond. That’s the viewpoint of Tim Hauraney, a… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • PARKIN: U.S. under Trump is no longer safe third country
    Getting tough on immigration was always a key feature of U.S. President Donald Trump’s politics, something that endeared him to neo-Nazis and white supremacists. He didn’t disappoint. Trump’s earliest executive orders hugely increased the detention of people seeking asylum in the United States – in essence, jailing people for the… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Jays broken heading into break
    BOSTON – The Blue Jays have reached the All-Star break confident and optimistic … that they will play the Baltimore Orioles next Friday. There’s not much else to be optimistic about. Toronto’s record fell to 43-52 following a 5-2 loss to the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park.… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • LEVY: Elementary school teacher would ‘feel safer as a pri...
    Most days over the past year, Brookhaven public school teacher Shawn Goldman felt like he was a prison warden. Only at his Black Creek Dr.-Lawrence Ave.-area public school — nicknamed Millhaven by staff — the inmates have been running the asylum while teachers stood by helplessly, rendered defenseless by the… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Scott Dixon wins Toronto Indy, Canadian Robert Wickens finis...
    Scott Dixon captured his third Honda Toronto Indy victory on Sunday, while Canadian Robert Wickens landed on the podium at home in his home-track series debut. Frenchman Simon Pagenaud was second, while Wickens’ Schmidt Peterson Motorsports teammate James Hinchcliffe, of Oakville, was fourth. It was the third podium finish of… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • ELDER: Slavery – what they didn’t teach in my high schoo...
    A man I have known since grade school changed his name, years ago, to an Arabic one. He told me he rejected Christianity as “the white man’s religion that justified slavery.” He argued Africans taken out of that continent were owed reparations. “From whom?” I asked. Arab slavers took more… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Stroman snaps after Blue Jays lose to Red Sox
    BOSTON — Blue Jays starting pitcher Marcus Stroman was calm and cool following his club’s 5-2 loss to the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon, until a reporter asked him a question unrelated to his or his team’s performance in the game. Stroman declined to answer the question calling it “irrelevant”… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • EDITORIAL: We need more than talk to curb urban gun violence
    It’s been a troubling year for guns, gangs and law and order in Canada’s cities. The thugs, lowlifes and gangsters have kept busy, and they’re leaving broken lives in their wake. The carnage is increasingly plaguing Canada’s major cities, though Toronto has seen a particularly troubling spike in homicides —… ... more
    Torontosun1 day ago
  • Jays broken heading into break
    BOSTON – The Blue Jays have reached the All-Star break confident and optimistic … that they will play the Baltimore Orioles next Friday. There’s not much else to be optimistic about. Toronto’s record fell to 43-52 following a 5-2 loss to the Red Sox on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park.… ... more
    Torontosun2 days ago
  • UMOVE FOUNDER: ‘Our village is broken’
    If we want to stop the bullets from flying and blood from being spilled on city streets, we need to stop pointing fingers and start working together. That’s the message one mother — who has followed the gun violence issue in Toronto since her 19-year-old son was gunned down 17… ... more
    Torontosun2 days ago
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