Christina Blizzard, Toronto Sun

Christina Blizzard

Toronto Sun

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Past articles by Christina:

King Charles III's long and bumpy road to the crown

He's been the man who would be king -- all his life. → Read More

BLIZZARD: Queen Elizabeth's remarkable life and legacy

Elizabeth II, the greatest monarch Britain has ever known, is gone. The second and greatest Elizabethan era is dead. → Read More

After the Queen: What comes next for the British monarchy

King Charles III. → Read More

Niagara Falls sky-high with beauty

Always evolving, this classic destination has plenty to do, see, eat → Read More

THE BARBADOS EFFECT? Why Canada shouldn't cancel our Queen

Article content WATCH as former Toronto Sun Queens Park Bureau chief Christina Blizzard speaks about the recent changes in Barbados as it recently left 396 years of British rule to become its own republic. Should Canada also ‘cancel’ the Queen? Tweet and Facebook us your royal thoughts! And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel. → Read More

BLIZZARD: Fearless spirit has steered the Sun for 50 years

We built The Toronto Sun from the ground up. → Read More

BLIZZARD: Meghan & Harry interview sets the stage for a Royal rumble

How much adulation does one couple need? → Read More

BLIZZARD: Former premier Mike Harris had the right stuff

In a blink of an eye, a quarter-century has passed since Mike Harris and his Common Sense Revolutionaries swept to power in this province. I appeared on Steve Paikin’s show, The Agenda, on TVO recently, to discuss this pivotal election with him and Martin Regg Cohn of the Toronto Star. Harris remains a divisive figure. […] → Read More

BLIZZARD: Canada's potential first lady, Nazanin MacKay, is a born fighter

In some ways, she is the daughter of a revolution.Born in Tehran in 1979, the same year Ayatollah Khomeini and Iran’s Revolutionary Guard came to power, Nazanin Afsham-Jam MacKay has a fierce… → Read More

BLIZZARD: COVID-19 will cause many to question globalization

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused us to reassess priorities and politics.Once this is over, we’ll never see our leaders in the same light. We’ll be more skeptical when it comes to believ… → Read More

Charles' time is nigh

He's the ultimate sandwich generation - a middle-aged royal squeezed between an older mother and his younger sons. → Read More

Honouring sacrifice of veterans all year round

News, Local, Provincial, Canada, World, Sports, High School Sports, Local Hockey, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, Football, Soccer, Lacrosse, Curling, Other Sports, Entertainment, Local, Movies, Music, Television, Celebrities, Life, Health, Food, Travel, Money, Opinion, Editorial, Letters, Column, Your Newspaper, Social medias, Events, UR, News, Sports, Life, Entertainment, Money, Opinion,… → Read More

Brown says he was unaware of sex-ed letter

PC Leader Patrick Brown was one sorry guy Tuesday. → Read More

HOT lanes a Liberal boondoggle waiting to happen

So the government that destroyed the electricity system in this province is about to mess with the highway system. → Read More

Time running out on Trudeau's rash refugee promise

To be clear: I absolutely believe this country should take Syrian refugees. → Read More

Syrian refugees could stay in empty hospitals: Ont. health minister

Syrian refugees could be housed on military bases and in empty hospitals, Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins says. → Read More

Trudeau, Wynne need to act like grown-ups

In the wake of the Friday the 13th terror attacks in Paris, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau became the selfie-taking appeaser as the rest of the world declared war on ISIS. → Read More

Taxpayers to chip in $5M for teacher benefits trust

The union that represents the province’s 60,000 secondary school teachers is setting up a benefits trust to pay for teacher perks — and taxpayers are paying the startup costs. → Read More

OHIP putting boy through hoops for needed surgery

Little Alesandro Ciampa loves sports. At just seven years of age, his greatest dream is to play soccer — the way his friends do at school. → Read More

Perpetual sick leave part of ETFO deal

A controversial clause that would allow perpetual sick leave for elementary school teachers is part of the tentative deal reached with the provincial government Monday. → Read More