Volunteers happy to feed the hungry at Daily Bread

Article content Leslie Vine and Lori Findlay make up a dynamic duo that is helping to ease hunger by volunteering at the Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank. Article content Vine, standing on the sorting room floor on Tuesday, flexed her muscles like Rosie the Riveter before tearing into boxes of Jamie Oliver pasta. “We are […]

Man without vital signs in Scarborough shooting: Cops

Article content A male victim was “vital signs absent” after gunfire erupted in Scarborough on Tuesday night. Toronto Police were called to the Lawrence Ave. E.-Orton Park Rd. area for reports of gunshots coming from a car and a man struck by gunfire. The man was reportedly unresponsive. Cops said a grey car fled the […]

Volunteering to feed the hungry and fight food inflation

Article content Leslie Vine and Lori Findlay make up a dynamic duo that is helping to ease hunger by volunteering at the Toronto Daily Bread Food Bank. Article content Vine, standing on the sorting room floor on Tuesday, flexed her muscles like Rosie the Riveter before tearing into boxes of Jamie Oliver pasta. “We are […]

LILLEY: Ford government unveils auto strategy details Wednesday

Breadcrumb Trail Links Ontario Columnists Author of the article: Brian Lilley Publishing date: Nov 16, 2021  •  6 hours ago  •  3 minute read  •  8 Comments An electric car is charged at a roadside EV charge point in London, England, on Oct. 19, 2021. Toby Photo by REUTERS /Toronto Sun Article content As Ontario’s auto […]

Inflation pain expected when October stats revealed Wednesday

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto & GTA PostPandemic Ontario News Canada Decade highs are not expected to subside until next year Author of the article: Scott Laurie Inflation is currently gripping the Canadian and world marketplaces with demand seemingly overriding supply chain in many sectors. (Pictured) Prices at AMCO gas on Eastern Ave. Photo by Jack […]

TTC and union gear up for vaccine battle in court

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto & GTA News Injunction sought as arbitration hit a temporary speed-bump Author of the article: Scott Laurie A TTC bus exits the Victoria Park subway station on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. Photo by JACK BOLAND /TORONTO SUN Article content It is on track to remain a big fight. Advertisement Story continues […]

WARMINGTON: This pink plastic pistol no toy

Breadcrumb Trail Links Toronto & GTA Author of the article: Joe Warmington Publishing date: Nov 16, 2021  •  11 hours ago  •  2 minute read  •  5 Comments An SCCY Firearms CPX-1 9-mm pink gun Photo by Twitter/@jamesramertps /Toronto Sun Article content The pink plastic pistol looks like a child’s water pistol. Advertisement Story continues below […]

Toronto cops trying to identify suspect in voyeurism probe

Article content Police are trying to identify a man wanted in a voyeurism investigation. Article content Toronto Police opened an investigation on Tuesday, Aug. 24 into allegations of voyeurism and distribution of intimate images without consent. Officers alleged two men exchanged messages on a dating app between October and November 2019 and arranged to meet […]

Aeroplan points now available at LCBO

Article content Ontario shoppers can now receive Aeroplan points in exchange for buying booze at the LCBO. Article content A new rewards program, which takes effect immediately, was announced on Tuesday. Under the popular Air Canada travel program, customers will receive one Aeroplan point for every $4 spent at an LCBO retail store. The points […]

Maxwell’s family claims socialite a ‘patsy’ for feds who lost Epstein

Article content Socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, her lawyers, family and coterie of supporters have unleashed a massive public relations campaign in the run-up to her sex trafficking trial. Article content On Tuesday, CBS This Morning ran interviews with her sister, brother and security consultant who claimed that the 59-year-old one-time British “it girl” is sitting in […]