Sarah Reid


Sarah Reid is a journalist based in Toronto.

Sarah Reid's articles

Published On: Dec 18,2017

Private companies carry out almost half of all lab tests in Ontario — one group is fighting to make them more transparent and accountable.

Published On: Dec 11,2017

A new report from the Financial Accountability Office says that the province will add $75 billion to its debt over the next four years.

Published On: Dec 05,2017

As Premier Kathleen Wynne tours Asia, new research highlights the province’s growing commercial presence there.

Published On: Dec 04,2017

Bill C-65 puts the onus on employers — not employees — to follow through on complaints.

Published On: Nov 15,2017

The marijuana industry could be worth $5 billion a year in Canada. Are craft growers being shut out?

Published On: Oct 26,2017

ANALYSIS: The Liberals’ new energy plan may predict lower prices — but it also assumes lower consumption.

Published On: Oct 24,2017

Women lead about a third of all tech startups in Ontario, but many still don’t see them as good investments.

Published On: Oct 19,2017

If the province doesn’t raise taxes or cut spending soon, the Financial Accountability Office says, the debt burden will fall to millennials.

Published On: Sep 29,2017

Despite a serious back injury, Sergeant Brenda McPeak came to this year’s competition to ‘kick some butt.’

Published On: Sep 28,2017

After a personal challenge from Prince Harry, Mike Trauner started training like an Olympian.

Published On: Sep 27,2017

Tyron Lincoln’s military career has taken him from Bosnia to Afghanistan — to the Invictus Games in Toronto.

Published On: Sep 26,2017

Archer Al McFarlane wants to show there’s life after the military — and after a PTSD diagnosis.

Published On: Sep 20,2017

The Toronto Region Board of Trade is urging small and medium-sized enterprises to embrace international trade.

Published On: Sep 08,2017

Where in the province you’ll be able to buy and smoke pot as of July 1, 2018.

Published On: Aug 16,2017

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland outlined her priorities for renegotiating the trade agreement this week. But will her ideas amount to anything?

Published On: Aug 14,2017

Bill 148 — the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act — has Ontario businesses worried. Here’s what they want the Liberals to do about it.

Published On: Aug 08,2017

Ontario’s two major airport authorities — in Toronto and in Ottawa — come down on opposite sides of the debate.

Published On: Jul 25,2017

Following driver’s licences, birth certificates may be the next Ontario documents to get the gender-neutral treatment. We look at what that could mean.