About True North
True North (tnc.news) is a Canadian digital media platform with a conservative editorial position. Through our journalism, we seek to provide Canadians with fair, accurate, truthful and fact-based news reports, analysis, investigative reports, podcasts, interviews and documentaries. True North journalists are professional, independent and credentialed members of the Independent Press Gallery of Canada. All True North journalists must pledge to respect and uphold the Principles of Conduct laid out in the International Federation of Journalists’ Bordeaux Declaration.
Its parent group, True North Centre for Public Policy, is an independent, non-governmental, non-partisan think tank and public policy organization that conducts research and investigative journalism on important public issues in Canada, including but not limited to immigration, integration and national security. It is a registered Canadian charity.
True North’s Research and Journalism Fellows
Candice Malcolm is a best-selling author, investigative journalist, nationally syndicated columnist with the Toronto Sun, and the founder and Editor-in-Chief of True North.
She has reported from war zones, broken news stories that have made headlines worldwide, and exposed major terrorist networks operating in Canada. Born and raised in Vancouver, BC, Candice has two masters degrees and lives in Toronto with her husband and son.
A Canadian broadcaster and columnist, Andrew serves as a journalism fellow at True North. He writes a weekly column for Loonie Politics and contributes monthly to The Interim.
Most recently, he hosted the Andrew Lawton Show on 980 CFPL in London, and wrote a national column for Global News analyzing politics and culture, often with a focus on freedom of speech, limited government and combatting radicalism. His written work has been published across the world, including in the Washington Post, the National Post, the Toronto Sun, and the Edmonton Sun. Andrew has appeared as a commentator on CBC, CTV, TVO, CTS, and BBC World. Andrew ran as a Progressive Conservative candidate in Ontario’s 2018 provincial election.
Lindsay holds an M.A. in Cultural Analysis and Social Theory from Wilfrid Laurier University. She has been published in The Post Millennial, Maclean’s, National Post, Ottawa Citizen, and Quillette.
She was the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Graduate Student Award from Heterodox Academy and the 2018 Harry Weldon Canadian Values Award from the Peace, Order and Good Government think tank.
A former Canadian police officer, security expert and media commentator, Leo is an expert on issues relating to crime and justice and the founder of http://www.primetimecrime.com.
Author of “Their Jihad… Not My Jihad”, Raheel Raza is a public speaker, Consultant for Interfaith and Intercultural diversity, documentary film maker, freelance journalist and founder of SAMA’ (Sacred Arts ad Music Alliance). She was appointed to and served three years on The Public Service Committee for Ontario College of Teachers.
Danny Eisen is a Toronto-based consultant and the cofounder of the Canadian Coalition Against Terror (C-CAT). C-CAT led the campaign for the passage of the Justice for Victims of Terrorism Act (JVTA), which was passed into law by Parliament in 2012. C-CAT also led the successful campaign in Canada to have 9/11 declared a National Day of Service.
Anthony is a contributor to True North. He is also the author of “Pulse Attack The Real Story Behind the Secret Weapon that Can Destroy North America”, Anthony Furey is a national columnist for the Sun newspapers chain in Canada.
He’s also written for TIME, NY Daily News, Literary Review of Canada and other publications. He regularly appears on talk radio and has been featured on BBC, Fox News Channel and other channels.
Sue-Ann Levy built up a loyal readership of both fans and detractors over her 31 years on the political and investigative beats for the Toronto Sun and the Post Media chain of newspapers.
Openly gay and right-of-centre politically, Sue-Ann was one of the top read Toronto Sun columnists because of her outspoken opinions, take-no-prisoners writing style and the fearless way with which she tackled the elitists in government, other publicly funded institutions and in the media. She has made it her crusade to expose waste and mismanagement, to promote an unpopular cost-cutting agenda and to probe issues no other journalists have dared to tackle.
A two-time investigative reporting award winner and nine-time winner of the Toronto Sun’s Readers Choice award for news writer, Sue-Ann made her name for advocating the poor, the homeless, the elderly in long-term care and others without a voice and for fighting against the striking rise in anti-Semitism and the BDS movement across Canada.
In late August of 2016, Sue-Ann’s first book--Underdog: Confessions of a Right-Wing, Gay Jewish Muckraker--was released by Penguin Random House Canada to rave reviews and media coverage across Canada and in such international publications as the Times of Israel.
A seasoned marathon runner, Sue-Ann achieved her dream of running the Jerusalem half-marathon in March of 2018, one of the top five most difficult courses in the world. She now sticks to 5K and 10K races or biking around Toronto on her e-bike. She lives in midtown Toronto with her wife, Denise Alexander and their three politically incorrect long-haired dachshunds, Flora, Fritzy and Monty.