Posts Filed Under: “Toronto Sun”
Whether you think they're the best or worst, these are the top-10 on-brand Toronto Sun covers of 2016.
The paper's manhunt for the "loon ball" beer-can thrower at Tuesday's Jays game takes an unexpected twist.
Read this, not that.
Sue-Ann Levy's book shows some promise, but then she reverts to the petty and lazy tropes that make up her brand.
We were waiting for a lousy column about the Olympics and Agar delivered.
Sun columnist criticizes the Globe, gets basic facts wrong, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Before Rob Ford, the Sun columnist known as the Scrawler developed his brand by writing about a young Billy Ray Cyrus.
Raveena Aulakh's suicide was tragic. And Joe Warmington's sickening response only made the grieving process worse.
Who Toronto's newspapers have backed in federal election campaigns.
Most comment sections will now be closed, will spare humanity from further horror.
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.