Kevin Connor, Toronto Sun

Started with the company in 1992 first at the Daily Miner and News in Kenora then moved on to the Winnipeg Sun covering City Hall and then on to the Edmonton Sun, also covering City Hall and then in 1994 started at the Toronto Sun as a general assignment reporter who also covers health issues.

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Striking faculty are pictured at George Brown College's King St. campus. (STAN BEHAL, Toronto Sun)

Ontario college faculties go on strike

Thousands of college instructors hit picket lines across the province Monday, leaving students with fears that their academic year could be in peril.

The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care is taking some heat for running a sponsored Instagram ad promoting mammograms depicting a Panini sandwich on a grill. (INSTAGRAM)

Govt. mammogram ad abreast in 'poor taste'

Ontario's health ministry demonstrated “poor taste” when it put out an advertisement to promote mammograms using a picture of a Panini sandwich being cooked on a griller, critics say.

Jyoti, left, and Kiran Matharoo (Instagram)

Sex extortion of rich a risky act in Nigeria: Expert

If accusations against two Toronto sisters — alleged high society call girls arrested in a sex extortion scandal in Nigeria — are true, they were playing a high risk game, an expert says.

Finnigan Danne, 12, went missing from his Dundas, Ont. home Saturday, Aug. 6, 2016.

Missing Dundas boy found dead

A 12-year-old Hamilton area boy was found dead Sunday night after police searching for the lad issued an Amber Alert.

Adam Sax, President and CEO of The Sky guys on Thursday May 5, 2016. Sky Guys are leaders in the art of drones, cameras and technology and the Canadian company is changing the way the world is viewed. Dave Abel/Toronto Sun/Postmedia Network

Drone business taking flight

A Toronto-based drone company is on the cutting edge of offering the newest technologies coming onto the market.