Scott Laurie, Toronto Sun

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Toronto Sun

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Past articles by Scott:

Canadians ring in new year and continue ringing up new debt

“The real question will be how things shake out during the first half of (2023)": BMO Economist → Read More

Four sought after stabbing during robbery: Toronto cops

A firearm was also involved in the incident, which police initially described as a carjacking but is now considered a “robbery.” → Read More

Friends mourn death of man shot in front of his daughter

“Gun violence needs to stop, and more peace in needed in the world," says a friend of Gars-Ara Kourjakian. → Read More

Scarborough stabbing sends man to hospital

A flash of violence Boxing Day afternoon left a man wounded after a stabbing in Scarborough Monday. → Read More

GROUND AND POUND: Wicked winter storm hampers holiday travel

With a wicked storm snarling holiday travel, some passengers at Pearson camped on the floor Friday awaiting word on delayed flights. → Read More

Strathcona shelter residents shocked by swarming murder of friend

“These are 13 year old girls. What they hell are they doing out at 12 o’clock? Where are their parents? You’re 13!”: Omar, knew victim → Read More

Vaughan condo gunman was 'abusive husband and father': Daughters

The daughters of the 73-year-old gunman in a Vaughan condo shooting rampage say he was a "controlling and abusive husband and father." → Read More

TTC workers fearful of assaults, and of reporting incidents to bosses

“We have had two officers who were stabbed. We have had people who were spat upon. Last week we had an operator who was robbed": Union → Read More

Toronto cops seek suspected cell phone thief in summer gun threat

"He is believed to be armed, violent, and dangerous": Investigators → Read More

Stabbing at Oshawa bar leaves woman with life-threatening injuries

The Saturday night violence is the second Durham stabbing in two days → Read More

Hundreds rally across province to defend Greenbelt from development

“He lied and said he wasn’t going to touch the green belt": demonstrator, Jocelyn Davie from Richmond Hill → Read More

Donations reach $100k after thieves steal Humane Society van

Days after losing its pet-rescue van theft, the Toronto Humane Society has been flooded with more than $100,000 dollars in donations. → Read More

Canada's World Cup run ends with a loss, but optimism for future

“I think they set soccer forward in Canada": fan John Mozas → Read More

SHELTER SKELTER: Last days of 'The Esplanade' bring relief and worry

An infamous city-run shelter on The Esplanade is being emptied of residents as the temporary homeless housing centre prepares to shut down. → Read More

NO WAFFLING ON THE WORLD STAGE: Canada gives Belgium a good scare

Many soccer fans feel Canada’s first World Cup game in 36 years – a 1-0 loss to the heavily-favoured team from Belgium – was bitter-sweet. → Read More

BOOZE CANNED: World Cup host bans beer sales at soccer stadiums

“I think maybe the royal family in Qatar thought: ‘We’re staging the event. We’re running the show. What we say goes’": Business professor → Read More

EARLY GOAL: Bar, restaurant owners eager for morning World Cup serving hours

Soccer fans and bar owners are excited about the prospect of earlier serving hours of alcohol in bars and restaurants during the World Cup. → Read More

CLASS DISMISSED?: Students, parents brace for possible Monday strike

“I do understand why a strike is going on. But learning online was really negative for me. I can’t focus": Grade 11 student Adina Esayas → Read More

INFLATION BITES: High grocery prices continue to drive food bank use

“Without food banks – I feel like, not just me, but a lot of people would be extra stressed out and suffering": Christine, food bank client → Read More

Charities remember veterans year-round with renos and homes

The honouring of Canadian veterans takes place every day by organizations and charities helping soldiers like retired MCpl. Mike Trauner. → Read More