The Toronto Star
- Actor who lost his arms — and nearly his life — in fire reaches new stage (June 1, 2016): A return to acting seemed impossible for Prince Amponsah after he was disfigured in an apartment fire.
- "No, this is not a joke": Woman, 30, hires dating profile manager via Craigslist (Jan. 28, 2016): Katerina Lyadova is looking for love, but says work hardly leaves her time to swipe and type.
- Toronto police stations had about $16k worth of goods stolen over past 5 years (May 30, 2016): Not even the bowels of a police station are safe from the light-fingered hands of thieves.
- Exclusive all-girls' school Branksome Hall embraces trans graduates (Jan. 26, 2016): Andrew Sprung and Reed Wanless may be the first male graduates of ones of Canada's most prestigious all-girls' schools.
- How 21 Orley went from dream home to dump (July 28, 2015): The moldy, beaten-up brick bungalow at 21 Orley Ave. in Easy York looks like the set of a slasher flick.
The Montreal Gazette
- On a winger and a prayer: Hockey-loving Quebec nun 'likes to make her presence known' on the ice (Jan. 15, 2015): Within her congregation she's usually addressed as "Soeur Chantal." But her hockey teammates cal her "Sis-TER."
- Med students aren't under too much stress, Quebec health minister says (Nov. 27, 2014): After the suicide of a 27-year-old medical resident less than two weeks ago raised concerns about working conditions for doctors-in-training, Health Minister Gaétan Barrette said med students in Quebec aren't under too much stress.
- L'Isle-Verte remembers its lost souls a year after fire (Jan. 23, 2015): Almost a year to the day that a fire ripped through a seniors’ home in L’Isle-Verte, survivor Arnaud Côté received a card in the mail.