Mike Strobel

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Mike Strobel
Born c. 1955
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Journalist
Known for Editor and columnist, Toronto Sun

Mike Strobel (born c. 1955)[1] is a Canadian journalist, formerly a columnist for the Toronto Sun. After attending the School of Journalism at Carleton University [2] Strobel joined the Calgary Sun in 1980.[3] He moved to the Toronto Sun where he became managing editor in 1989 and subsequently its editor-in-chief in 1999 until 2001 at which time he resigned.[1] Strobel continued with the Sun as a featured columnist.




  1. ^ a b Ghafour, Hamida (22 August 2001). "Sun gets new editor-in-chief ; Tabloid paper is rebuilding itself, publisher says". Toronto Star. p. E2.  Indicates age 46 at that time.
  2. ^ http://www.torontosun.com/author/mike-strobel
  3. ^ "Sun Media shuffles editorial management". Ottawa Citizen. 22 August 2001. p. C2. 
  4. ^ Jenny Yuen (2 October 2012). "Our Mike Strobel named a Top Choice in GTA". Toronto Sun. Retrieved 29 July 2014. 
  5. ^ Keaton Robbins (8 August 2013). "Mike Strobel is Top Choice again". Toronto Sun. Retrieved 29 July 2014. 

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