So yeah, tons of real estate stuff for The Grid.
And, after a year and a half, I finally got to report on the verdict in the Byron Sonne case. Sonne was, of course, the computer security consultant charged with terrorism-esque offenses right around the time the G8/G20 rolled into Ontario. He spent 330 days in jail, during which time I interviewed him for Toronto Life. Last week, Ontario Superior Court found him not guilty on all of his five charges. You can read more on Sonne at Open File, including two posts on his pre-trial, which was previously covered by a publication ban.