Bryan Passifiume, Toronto Sun

Bryan Passifiume

Toronto Sun

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Recent:
  • Toronto Sun
  • Canoe
  • Edmonton Sun
  • SudburyStar
Past:
  • Calgary Sun
  • Regina Leader Post
  • The Montreal Gazette
  • The Vancouver Sun
  • TheStarPhoenix.com
  • Edmonton Journal
  • National Post
  • Calgary Herald
  • Winnipeg Sun
  • The Windsor Star

Recent articles by Bryan:

Toronto's summer construction projects finish early

Using the COVID-19 pandemic to get a leg up on the summer construction season has paid off. → Read More

Would-be carjacker gets clobbered after crashing stolen car

Worst. Carjacker. Ever. → Read More

'More durable' Toronto sign takes its place outside City Hall

It’s the return of a familiar Toronto landmark. → Read More

Man charged in 'cowardly' Toronto murder was wanted for shooting in Hamilton

The man accused of gunning down an innocent Toronto man waiting for his ride to work was wanted by Hamilton Police for a shooting just days earlier at a… → Read More

Toronto cops exploring enhancements to mental health call response

Cops in the city are looking at ways to enhance how mental health calls are responded to in the city. → Read More

One in custody, another at large in Toronto Walmart parking lot murder

One man is under arrest and another is still sought in connection with a brazen daylight gun murder in a city parking lot. → Read More

U.S. execs reportedly granted quarantine exemption for trip to Canada in August

The CEO and two executives of an American-based corporation were given approval to bypass mandatory COVID-19 quarantine rules on a recent trip to the GTA, says… → Read More

Sketch released of suspect in Chinatown shooting

Toronto Police have released a composite sketch of a suspect they say was involved in a shooting in Chinatown earlier this year. → Read More

Toronto seeking next-generation 911 system

Calling for help in Toronto could soon get a lot easier. → Read More

Toronto mulling renaming Dundas Street

Renaming a major Toronto thoroughfare will be put before the mayor’s executive committee next week. → Read More

Visitation today for father, children killed in Oshawa shooting

OSHAWA, Ont. — A drive-past visitation for four family members who were killed in a grisly shooting will take place this morning in Oshawa, Ont. → Read More

Alleged drunk and unlicensed driver had child in car: Cops

For the second time in as many weeks , police in York Region arrested a woman allegedly driving drunk with a young child in the car. → Read More

Federal government called upon to step up for Canada's restaurants

The association representing Canada’s food-service industry wants next week’s throne speech to include support for restaurants. → Read More

City closing Yonge St. for ActiveTO

Sunday drives are off the table. → Read More

HAZY DAYS: Southern Ontario seeing smoke from U.S. wildfires

Smoke ’em if you got ’em. → Read More

City's restart and recovery report coming soon

The first report from the city’s COVID-19 recovery directorate is expected soon, say officials. → Read More

Toronto COVID cases on 'worrisome' increase: Chief medical officer

The chief’s back in charge. → Read More

Using data, technology in COVID-19 battle

As the worldwide battle against COVID-19 approaches its first anniversary, information is proving just as important of a tool in the fight as vaccines or… → Read More

Taxpayers fund rockstar photo expo, masturbation aid

Allegations of misusing money meant to promote Canadian art overseas has rubbed Canadian taxpayers the wrong way. → Read More

Cops in York Region seek help solving summer shootings

Police north of the city need your help solving a number of shootings. → Read More