Jack Boland, Toronto Sun

Jack Boland

Toronto Sun

Toronto, ON, Canada

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Past articles by Jack:

Mayday call as small plane crashes at Buttonville airport onto roadway

A single-engine plane put out a “mayday" call before crashing onto 16th Ave. north of Buttonville airport just after noon Monday. → Read More

RAYS OF SUNSHINE: Top 5 SUNshine Girls for December 2022

Article content WATCH as we highlight our Top 5 SUNshine Girls for the festive month of December 2022. What do YOU think? Wishing everybody a Happy New in 2023. → Read More

Accused killer of OPP officer was out on bail for assaulting cop

A couple arrested in connection with the brutal slaying of OPP Const. Grzegorz (Greg) Pierzchala face first-degree murder. → Read More

Five Pickering residents escape Boxing Day blaze

Five family members are lucky to have escaped an early morning Boxing Day fire in Pickering. → Read More

Oshawa community and close friends 'devastated' by apparent murder-suicide

A close family friend spoke about the tragedy that has befallen a north Oshawa community. → Read More

Another deadly daylight shooting on a busy Toronto street

A man his 30s was gunned down in a hail of gunfire on a busy stretch of the Danforth as schools were letting out Friday afternoon. → Read More

Barrage of bullets fly at Danzig neighbourhood

Toronto Police said 40 rounds were fired Monday night at the Danzig St. housing complex, hitting homes, cars, parking signs and trees. → Read More

Toronto Police dodge barrage of bullets in attempt to arrest Scarborough man

Close to 20 shots were fired at Toronto Police officers trying to apprehend a suspect in Scarborough Tuesday night. → Read More

Eyes skyward as the Canadian International Air Show takes flight

Three successful battles with cancer can’t keep little Marky’s dreams from soaring sky-high. → Read More

Stolen Toronto Police K-9 SUV crashes in grocery store parking lot: Cops

A man is in custody after a thief stole and crashed a Toronto Police supervisor’s K-9 unit SUV in the city’s west-end. → Read More

FUTURE OF HOCKEY CANADA: What steps are next for the hockey federation?

Article content WATCH as SunMedia political columnist Brian Lilley and Postmedia sports reporter Scott Stinson ask the question – what is next for Hockey Canada? What do YOU think? What changes should be made? Tweet and Facebook us! And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel. → Read More

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS: Hell Angels Canada Run to Brooklin for weekend bash

TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS: Hell Angels Canada Run to Brooklin for weekend bash → Read More

One Hells-uva memorial ride rolls into Toronto

One Hells-uva memorial ride rolled into the city Thursday as well over 500 outlaw bikers showed up to honour one of their own. → Read More

Durham Police property warehouse destroyed by blaze

Durham Regional Police continued to investigate on Monday after a massive fire destroyed their property bureau warehouse. → Read More

Roy Halladay Field: A jewel that allows kids of all abilities to play baseball

If they built it, all would be welcome — to play baseball. → Read More

Edith Ginsburg still a 'firecracker' as she celebrates 106th birthday

Potato Latkes with sour cream, a cupcake cake, best wishes from friends, and zoom calls from family across North America. → Read More

Mother Nature puts her destructive might on display in Ajax

All you could hear in south Ajax on Sunday was the sound of generators and the buzz of chainsaws. → Read More

Trio cling to Forest Hill home's rooftop to escape three-alarm blaze

Three people are lucky to be alive after fire gutted their top-floor apartment of a Forest Hill home early Saturday morning. → Read More

One of a Kind spring show flourishes

Spring is flourishing at the One of a Kind Show. → Read More

Toronto's St. Patrick's Day parade makes long-awaited return

Just as he banished snakes from Ireland, St. Patrick chased away some of Toronto’s COVID concerns Sunday with the first in-person parade since pandemic… → Read More