Adrian Humphreys, The Vancouver Sun

Adrian Humphreys

The Vancouver Sun

Toronto, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Adrian:

Ontario detransitioner who had breasts and womb removed to change gender sues doctors

Michelle Zacchigna is suing doctors for not considering alternate treatments before ushering her on an irreversible journey that she regrets → Read More

Transgendered teacher's dress complaints unsettled after fiery Ontario school board meeting

Parents were warned of another bomb threat against the Oakville school and police were called to the school board meeting. → Read More

After year of scandals, RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki announces retirement

Brenda Lucki ended the year with apologies and stark calls for her to resign. By her own assessment, she 'dropped the ball' four times → Read More

John Tory still hasn't officially resigned after admitting affair — and he may not have to

Employment lawyers say there is more to it than political considerations and public optics. There is workplace law and corporate exposure. → Read More

Canadian fought cops in Australia during arrest for alleged drug smuggling plot: police

Australia has some of the toughest laws regarding drug importation. The Canadian man faces a potential life sentence if found guilty → Read More

Most Canadians agree 'Canada is broken' — and they're angry about it: National poll

A higher percentage of women agreed Canada is broken than did men, and more in the youngest age brackets than among the oldest → Read More

Man convicted of child sex crimes fights in court for Bengali books, even after B.C. prison buys 10

He filed a grievance saying the lack of books in Bengali violated his charter rights and didn't reflect the linguistic diversity of inmates → Read More

'Toronto turning into Gotham city': How random violence is pushing Toronto to a tipping point

Random violence on the transit system is pushing Toronto to the tipping point. → Read More

Boris Johnson couldn't survive on a $270K PM salary, so he got help from a rich Canadian cousin

Boris Johnson’s lifestyle made his $270,000 PM salary insufficient so Blyth acted as a guarantor for an £800,000 line of credit. Read more → Read More

Ontario doctors critical of COVID measures fail to stop medical college's disciplinary hearings

An appeal by three doctors claiming the college is targeting 'anti-vaxxers' and 'anti-maskers,' and is unconstitutional, was rejected → Read More

Arrests in India for deaths of a migrant family found frozen on Canada's border

Police say the smuggling agents told the migrants that stormy, cold weather conditions were ideal cover to cross into the U.S. undetected. → Read More

School board where trans teacher wears huge fake breasts will order dress code for staff

For months Halton District School Board refused to do anything about complaints over the teacher’s apparel. Now they've reversed course → Read More

Random, unprovoked stabbings in Toronto area rekindle outsized public fear of stranger attacks

Random, stranger attacks are among the most frightening forms of criminal victimization, but they terrify us more than they should → Read More

Federal Court urges Ottawa to consider 'moral debt' owed to pandemic workers for immigration status

How to quantify sacrifice and service is a contentious issue, with lawyers, migrant support groups, judges and immigration officials offering conflicting views → Read More

Ontario condo killer had frequent car crashes, injuries and suicidal thoughts years before massacre

The frequency of 73-year-old Francesco Villi’s strange accidents and a lack of medical proof raised suspicions he was a malingerer → Read More

73-year-old man in bitter dispute over his Ontario home kills condo board members in fight against 'demons'

Police say three of the five people killed were members of the condo board, though authorities are not yet able to release the identities of the victims → Read More

Two-thirds don't know Canada plans to offer assisted death to mentally ill people: poll

A new poll suggests the government's move to delay extending MAID is a good one as public ignorance and division in opinion are both huge → Read More

Is it OK to say 'Merry Christmas'? Most Canadians prefer it to 'Happy Holidays,' poll finds

Even 92 per cent of poll respondents who grew up in a non-Christian household said they are not offended by someone sending Christmas greetings. Read more → Read More

Killer Craig Munro denied day parole 42 years after notorious murder of Toronto cop

Craig Munro, now in his 70s, remains notorious for a harrowing 1980 torture-killing of Const. Michael Sweet, who was responding to a robbery → Read More

'A wounded leader': Inside RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki's terrible year

It’s been a year of testifying, of apologies and calls for her resignation. And Brenda Lucki doesn't want to talk about any of it. Read more → Read More