How The Toronto Sun Serves To Advance A Bigoted Narrative
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How The Toronto Sun Serves To Advance A Bigoted Narrative
With its reporting staff gutted in recent years, the paper now relies on a handful of columnists to cover much of the news.

“Where are you from?”

That was the question an apparently inebriated man had for a family looking to enjoy themselves on the Toronto Islands last week. Video shows that as he stumbled towards them on the docks, he shouted for them to get out of what he repeatedly described as “my province.” That hate-fuelled attack — for which the man is now facing charges — came just a day after the shootings on the Danforth.

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