Maryam Shah, Toronto Sun

Maryam Shah

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Past articles by Maryam:

Cop saves dog that goes through pond

A floundering pup was rescued by police and fire fighters from the icy waters of Grenadier Pond on Saturday. → Read More

Springing forward causes sleep deprivation

As clocks spring one hour forward Sunday, prepare to suffer some sleep loss. → Read More

Toronto teacher slain in Costa Rica 'such a kind man'

A 58-year-old Canadian photographer was stabbed to death while snapping photos of the sunrise in a Costa Rican beach town. → Read More

Vehicle plunges into Lake Ontario

Police divers are expected to resume their search Friday morning after a vehicle went off a bridge and into Lake Ontario the day before. → Read More

Ranked ballots will weaken competitiveness of elections: Prof

Ranked ballots were not ranked very highly in a new essay by a Windsor political science professor. → Read More

Building bureaucracy costs twice as much in Toronto: Fraser Institute

Navigating the bureaucracy of developing new housing in Toronto costs twice as much as it does in Hamilton, a new Fraser Institute survey of home builders and developers has found. → Read More

Silver-haired swindler sought in gas thefts

A petrol-pilfering senior, dubbed Mr. Fill And Fly, is being hunted by police for stealing gas in several Ontario cities. → Read More

Deadly weekend on roads

Ontario Provincial Police are calling this past Labour Day long weekend the deadliest in two decades. → Read More

Police say missing Hamilton boy drowned

An 11-year-old Dundas boy drowned in the storm sewer where he was found — only walking distance from his home, according to Hamilton Police. → Read More

Rollover coats DVP ramp with salad dressing

OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt had never seen so much mayonnaise and salad dressing in his life. → Read More

Woman hops tiger fence at Toronto Zoo for hat

That must have been some hat. → Read More

Taking 'cat poop coffee' for a taste test drive

I got to try one of the most expensive coffees in the world for the Sun. → Read More

Two Canadian Forces members injured in stabbing at federal building in Toronto

Two members of the Canadian Forces were injured in a stabbing at a federal building in Toronto Monday, police say. → Read More

Fraser Institute Study: How to help the working poor

Raising the minimum wage isn’t the be-all and end-all solution to reducing poverty, a new Fraser Institute study says. → Read More

Super Bowl 101

Whether or not you actually follow football, Super Bowl Sunday likely has a spot on your social calendar. → Read More

'Drop dead,' senior tells tax scammer

One savvy senior is “fed up” with getting phone calls from people claiming to be tax collectors. → Read More

Syrian refugees on their hopes for life in Canada

Every time his three sons headed off to school, Sarkis Apkarian would say a prayer. → Read More

Bullets fly outside Eglinton West baby shower

A shooting outside a baby shower Saturday night ended with four male guests and a pregnant woman taken to hospital. → Read More

GO officer rescues woman lying face down on track

Thirty seconds. → Read More

What Syrian refugees can expect on arrival in Canada

A terminal at Pearson airport has been reopened to serve as a temporary port of entry for thousands of Syrian refugees expected in Canada before the end of the year. → Read More