Kevin Donovan on the Sherman Murders & Pat Sorbara on a Life in Politics, November 3 2019

Nov 03, 2019

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It was first described as a murder suicide when their bodies were found in a maccabre death scene at their Bridle Path home. It’s almost two years after what turned out to be the double murder of Apotex founder Barry Sherman and his philanthropist wife Honey. We still don’t know who killed the billionaire victims and why. But The Toronto Star’s chief investigative reporter Kevin Donovan uncovered some tantalizing new details in his book: The Billionaire Murders. He stopped by our studios.


She was one of the first women to rise to the top in Ontario’s political back rooms and she was the architect of the unlikely victory of another woman, Kathleen Wynne. But Pat Sorbara, author of ‘Let ‘Em Howl: Lessons from a Life in Back Room Politics’, was caught up in bribery charges that ended her career even though she was acquitted. She looks back on the lessons of a life in politics.

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