Jane Stevenson, Toronto Sun

Jane Stevenson

Toronto Sun

Toronto, ON, Canada

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Recent:
  • Toronto Sun
  • SudburyStar
  • National Post
Past:
  • Canoe
  • The Standard
  • London Free Press
  • Ottawa Sun

Recent articles by Jane:

TTC staff must now wear masks in all indoor and outdoor shared spaces

A safety notice went out to all TTC employees earlier this week saying the wearing of face coverings or masks is mandatory as of Thursday “in all shared TTC… → Read More

Ontario's latest multi-millionaires 'just hard-working people'

Ask James Wickham what he and his wife are going to do with his $65 million lottery winnings and the retiree, has a snappy answer. → Read More

Lots of jitters as kids return to elementary public schools

Students started to return to the Toronto District School Board’s elementary schools in staggered stages on Tuesday with a mixture of nervous excitement and… → Read More

'A SCHOOL YEAR LIKE NO OTHER:' Kids back at Toronto's Catholic schools

While COVID fears loomed, kids and their teachers appeared thrilled to return to Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School on Monday. → Read More

SWEATY SUMMER: More heat warnings than previous years

While heat lovers may be disappointed, the last couple of weeks of summer should appeal to those who are fond of fair weather. → Read More

Toronto girl headed into the America's Got Talent finals

Make that Canada’s got talent! → Read More

Billy Ray Cyrus gets Country Twisted: Talks BLM, COVID, Cash and Kobe

Billy Ray Cyrus of Achy Breaky Heart fame was all set to ride a second wave of success after his involvement in a 2019 remix of Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X’s country-rap song, Old Town Road, took off. The song spent a record-breaking 19 consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and […] → Read More

Toronto's iconic El Mocambo opens Thursday after big renovation

Five years and $35 million in renovations later, the big day has finally arrived for Michael Wekerle. → Read More

MARVIN'S MILLION: Veteran, 99, walking one million steps to raise money for Baycrest

Since July 1, when the campaign officially began, Gord has walked 483,800 steps. But he has raised only $36,000 so far → Read More

MARVIN'S MILLION: Veteran, 99, walking one million steps to raise money for Baycrest

Marvin Gord has made every step of his marvelous life count. And at 99 years old, he has no intention of stopping now. The military veteran, who served with the RCAF in Canada and the RAF in England, Africa and Italy as a radar specialist during the Second World War, is almost two months into […] → Read More

MARVIN'S MILLION: Veteran, 99, walking one million steps to raise money for Baycrest

Marvin Gord has made every step of his marvelous life count. → Read More

FOREVER FRIEND: Older cat requires TLC but is 'gentle, delicate, sweet'

Peachy, a 12-year-old calico cat, is ready for her forever home after being a resident at the Toronto Humane Society for the last year. → Read More

Toronto woman, 24, wanted for deadly downtown stabbing

A 24-year-old woman is sought for Wednesday morning’s deadly stabbing of another woman at a downtown intersection. → Read More

Restaurant survival looks grim says the Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Go to your favourite restaurant while you still can. → Read More

Ontario in for tough winter: Farmer's Almanac

Winter is coming. And the Canadian Farmer’s Almanac’s long-range winter weather forecast is here to tell you just how bad — or good — it’s going to be. Bottom line: It isn’t great if you live in Ontario, especially during the second week of January. For those in the north, it’s predicted to be “cold […] → Read More

Ontario in for tough winter: Farmer's Almanac

Winter is coming. → Read More

From pot to shrooms: What’s next for decriminalization?

Are shrooms the new cannabis in Canada?In the U.S., the Washington D.C. Board of Elections is allowing an initiative to decriminalize psychedelic plants, including “magic mushrooms,” to appear on November’s ballot, after supporters gathered more than 25,000 signatures, according to... → Read More

New study examines how small biz is coping with COVID-19

Bring Back Main Street. That’s what a new study of the same name on the impact of COVID-19 on small businesses in Ontario and B.C. hopes to do. The report by the Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) and Vancity and Vancity Community Investment Bank (VCIB), looked at seven commercial areas in early July, including Queen St. […] → Read More

New study examines how small biz is coping with COVID-19

Bring Back Main Street.That’s what a new study of the same name on the impact of COVID-19 on small businesses in Ontario and B.C. hopes to do.The report by the Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) and Vancity and Vancity Community Investment Bank (VCIB), looked at seven commercial areas in early Jul... → Read More

Masks during sex? Toronto Public Health and T.O. sex coach weigh in

With students heading back to university — virtually or otherwise — this fall, at least one institution of higher learning is “advising” students to wear masks during sex to stop the spread of COVID-19. → Read More