Posts Filed Under: “Toronto Sun”
In writing a critique of former Maple Leaf Phil Kessel,
Toronto Sun columnist Steve Simmons shows how his own work comes up short.
If you watched Josh Donaldson's walk-off homer last night, then you are likely having a happy Wednesday morning. To the rest of you: Happy Wednesday morning! In the news: the Scarborough subway could cost the City
another billion dollars, the Sun welcomes a new editor, and Batman and the Joker take over Yonge Street.
Our very helpful suggestions for how the conglomerate can maximize its new #brand.
The mayor took over the
Toronto Sun's Twitter account to answer questions. Not everything went according to plan.
Nominated for: prioritizing access to the mayor over journalism in the public interest.
The $316-million purchase includes flagship publication the
Rob Ford's solution to a PR problem: angry yelling.
Could Toronto be built on top of an ancient alien city?
Nominated for: using her position to reinforce divisions.
What commentators are saying about the mayor's spectacular fall.
Toronto Sun joins the rest of Toronto's daily papers, behind the great wall.
Over Halloween weekend in 1971, the Toronto newspaper landscape shifted dramatically.
Toronto Sun columnist implied something untrue about the American president on Twitter, then tried to undo the damage without apologizing.
Is selling air rights the solution to Toronto's transit funding woes?
Toronto Sun dressed a 14-year-old in a niqab and sent him to the LCBO. They claimed it taught us something about political correctness and underage drinking, but really all it demonstrated was something ugly about the Sun.
Comedian Michael Balazo likes making fun of the
Toronto Sun. When he did, Sun Media told him what he was doing was illegal.
"In my last job, rarely a day went by at City Hall when you didn’t hear someone say 'I read it in the Sun.' I look forward to contributing to the Sun and putting my own stamp on the Comment section."