Sue-Ann has built up a loyal readership of both fans and detractors over her 27 years on the political and investigative beats for the Toronto Sun and the Post Media chain of newspapers. 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 eight-time winner of the Toronto Sun's Readers Choice award for news writer, Sue-Ann is known for advocating the poor, the homeless and the elderly and for fighting against the rise in anti-Semitism 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.
Sue-Ann can be heard twice weekly on The John Oakley show on Talk 640 and regularly on National Post Radio. She is a seasoned pundit and public speaker on a variety of political, gay, Jewish and other topical issues and is regularly asked to appear at conferences and on political panels.
Hoping to change the face of conservative politics in her home province of Ontario, she ran for MPP in a largely Liberal midtown Toronto riding in 2009. Sue-Ann has a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Ottawa’s Carleton University and an MBA from the University of Toronto. She lives in midtown Toronto with her wife, Denise Alexander and their three politically incorrect dachshunds, Kishka, Flora and Fritzy.
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Toronto Life: Q&A: Sue-Ann Levy, the Toronto Sun’s most notorious columnist, whose new book comes out today