How he toys with them yet again.
Michele Mandel, Toronto Sun
Michele Mandel has been an award-winning writer with the Toronto Sun since 1984 and currently writes four columns a week about justice issues. Awarded the University medal in Journalism from Carleton University, she joined the Sun soon after graduation and has since covered assignments around the world, from the the cocaine trail in Bolivia to the funeral of Princess Diana. More recently, she has covered the trials of Robert Pickton and Col. Russell Williams Her work has garnered 13 Dunlop Awards of Excellence, a Toronto Police media award and the 2001 Canadian Nurses Association Award of Excellence for her expose on nursing homes.
How insulting they are to a woman widowed and a soldier blinded.
Elizabeth Tracy Mae Wettlaufer was a loser.
The timing is chilling — the Toronto man accused of leaving Canada to join ISIS is alleged to have travelled on a very ominous day.
Why is this man smiling?
As the frightening footage unfolds from London, how it brings back grim memories of the terror attack on our own Parliament Hill almost three years ago.
There was absolutely no good reason to ban the identities of the three victims of alleged crossbow killer Brett Ryan.
It never ceases to amaze, the bosses who think their female employees are there to be handled like some ripe peach. But she wouldn’t stand for it.
She was no longer that terrified young Jewish girl. After all these years, it was Hedy Bohm’s turn to issue a command.
During their journey into hell, two people died in their cattle car. They would never imagine that most of them would share that same fate in a few short hours.
He remembers braiding her dark hair.
Like shopping in a grocery store, the murderous Shafia family would like to pick and choose which cultural “stereotypes” can be used to help them win new trials.
The countdown begins for Const. James Forcillo, his life hanging in the balance.
The mind boggles at the blind audacity of it all.
TORONTO — A man accused of plotting to bomb the U.S. Consulate and Toronto’s financial district will be deported to his native Pakistan, the Immigration and Refugee Board ruled Friday.
Defying the plans of both their families, theirs was a marriage of love, not arrangement.
Mission accomplished: Accused terrorist Jahanzeb Malik doesn’t want to play anymore and is ready to be put on the first plane back to his Pakistani home.
If prison was difficult, life on the outside for Omar Khadr may not prove much better.
Air Canada Capt. Bill Matheuszik met his third wife online when she was an 18-year-old high school student in the Philippines and he was 30 years her senior.
Federal civil servant Robert Cossette thought by taking early retirement at 55, his days of alimony payments were done.