Our Journalists

Breaking a news story takes dedication, sometimes for years. It requires curiosity,
determination and a commitment to delivering the truth to a public who deserve
nothing less. Star journalists are held in the highest regard for their integrity, accuracy and relentless pursuit of news stories that need telling.

Bob Mitchell

Bob Mitchell has been a reporter for The Toronto Star for more than 35 years. He is currently a sports reporter covering the Toronto Argos and the CFL as well as the Toronto Maple Leafs and the NHL. He previously covered crime and courts for The Star.

He is the author of The Class Project:How to Kill a Mother, the true story of Canada’s infamous Bathtub Girls that has been made into Perfect Strangers, a feature film starring Abigail Breslin, Georgie Henley and Mira Sorvino. He is also the author of In Plane Sight: Before 9/11, the story of hijacker Patrick Critton.