Brian Lilley, Toronto Sun

Brian Lilley

Toronto Sun

Ottawa, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Brian:

Canada's bail system is a complex web with many moving parts

Bail reform. It's the slogan of the day among politicians, and it can mean many things to different people. → Read More

Ford says he'll make his own bail changes while waiting on Trudeau

Premier Doug Ford says he'll make changes to how bail is implemented -- even as he waits for the federal government to toughen the system. → Read More

Poilievre leadership win brings in fundraising cash bonanza for Conservative Party

Fundraising takes off for Tories after Pierre Poilievre's leadership win. → Read More

Toronto Police ask Trudeau to fix bail and justice system amid crime wave

Police chief and chair of police board say the time has come for changes to bail and how gun crimes are dealt with. → Read More

Read the court filing by Jordan Peterson against the College of Psychologists of Ontario

Best-selling author and psychologist Jordan Peterson is fighting back in court over an attempt to strip his licence for political speech. → Read More

Read the tweets that got Jordan Peterson investigated by College of Psychologists

Best-selling author, podcaster and psychologist Jordan Peterson is facing the loss of his psychologist's licence over some tweets. Read them → Read More

Polls says it's time to make educational workers an essential service

Fed up with labour friction in the education system, a strong majority support making education workers an essential service to stop strikes → Read More

LILLEY: Poll shows most blame province for school strife, but not on all fronts

Does the public blame the province or the union? Latest poll shows it depends. → Read More

Queen's Own Rifles, patients gather for Remembrance Week at Runnymede Healthcare Centre

Remembrance Day doesn't arrive until Friday but patients at Runnymede Healthcare Centre marked the 11th day of the 11th month early. → Read More

EDITORIAL: Liberals living the high life

A decade ago, the federal Liberals hounded Bev Oda out of office by zeroing in on a $16 glass of orange juice she billed taxpayers. → Read More

Poilievre radio campaign takes Trudeau to task over home heating price hikes

The Conservatives are taking their fight against Justin Trudeau's tax hikes to the airwaves. → Read More

Michael Thompson sex assault allegations happened at lawyer's ritzy Muskoka cottage

The Ontario Provincial Police have confirmed that two charges of sexual assault have been laid against Toronto Councillor Michael Thompson. → Read More

Michael Thompson dropped as Toronto deputy mayor after sex assault charge

Michael Thompson, Toronto’s deputy mayor and the councillor for Ward 21 in Scarborough, has been charged with two counts of sexual assault. → Read More

LILLEY UNLEASHED: Is Pierre Poilievre already overtaking Justin Trudeau's Liberals?

Article content WATCH as our Sun roundtable of Toronto Sun Editor-in-Chief Adrienne Batra and columnists Lorrie Goldstein and Brian Lilley discuss inflation, the ArriveCan app, restrictions and what it will take for Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre to defeat Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in an election. What do YOU think? → Read More

Poll shows Poilievre wildly popular with Conservative voters, less so the general public

The latest poll from Ipsos shows Pierre Poilievre a clear favourite among those already voting for the Tories, but not with the public. → Read More

You can't run from ArriveCan Detroit marathon participants told

Runners in the Detroit Free Press Marathon may only venture into Canada for a short bit but they still need to use ArriveCan. → Read More

B.C. is tops, Quebec is the bottom and we can't decide on Alberta, according to poll

When Canadians are asked which province, they like the best, other than the one they live in, British Columbia is far and away the winner. → Read More

Investigation into possible mass poisoning at Markham restaurant

A number of reported illnesses that may be linked to poisoning at a Markham restaurant are being investigated. → Read More

LILLEY UNLEASHED: The full story behind Lisa LaFlamme's surprise departure from CTV

Article content WATCH as Sun Media political columnist Brian Lilley and Toronto Sun Editor-in-Chief Adrienne Batra talk about what may have led to the recent ouster of national CTV News anchor Lisa Laflamme. What do YOU think? What are your feelings on the matter? Tweet and Facebook us! And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel. → Read More

Ford swallows bee during news conference on live TV

What would you do if you swallowed a bug on live TV? → Read More