The Toronto naughty list for 2015
Noel Biderman is out as Ashley Madison CEO after a hack of the company helped reveal how much of the site was fake, prompting a class action lawsuit.
Comic Nicole Arbour faced a serious backlash following her posting of a so-called fat-shaming video. Heck, even Whoopi Goldberg took her to task when Arbour appeared on The View.
High-profile news anchor Leslie Roberts resigned after conflict of interest allegations involving a PR firm he happens to own.
Evan Solomon didn’t break any laws when he brokered art deals with past guests while working for the CBC, but it was not cool.
Coun. Mammoliti has taken it upon himself to keep city hall weird by, for example, getting booted out of committee meetings
Where do we start the list for Premier Kathleen Wynne? The teachers union payouts? The continued bungling of hydro? The horrible public opinion numbers?
CEO Paul Godfrey showed bad form when he demanded all Post Media newspapers endorse Stephen Harper.
Phil Kessel never endeared himself to local hockey fans, so when the Toronto Maple Leafs shipped the sniper to Pittsburgh, we knew the boos would follow.
Former TDSB head honcho Donna Quan resigned last month following a rather tumultuous and controversial reign, to say the least.
New Toronto Blue Jays president and CEO Mark Shapiro didn’t get off to a good start when he was blamed for the resignation of GM Alex Anthopoulos.