John Honderich Cause Of Death: Canadian businessman and former publisher of the Toronto Star, John Honderich, has died on at age 72. He was born on July 6, 1946, in Toronto, Canada, and died on February 5, 2022.
He was one of the three children born to Beland Honderich, as well as his first partner, Florence. Honderich’s father was also an editor of the Toronto Star from 1955 until 1988. Honderich attended a junior college in Switzerland before studying at his home institution, the University of Toronto.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and political science in 1968. He then graduated with a Bachelor of Laws three years after. Not only that, but he continued his studies in London School of Economics in 1986.
Honderich’s career in journalism began in 1973, working as an office clerk as well as a night reporter at The Ottawa Citizen. In 1976 Honderich joined The Toronto Star as a reporter and later became the bureau chief in Ottawa as well as Washington, D.C.. In the following years, he served as the deputy city editor, as well as business editor and the editor of the editorial page.
Prior to becoming the successor to David R. Jolley as editor, he was the president at Torstar Corporation.
After this, Honderich was appointed in 2006 as a Special Advisor on what the future holds for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and cities that are creative by the Ontario Premier.
John Honderich Cause Of Death
John Honderich died of a heart attack, as said by his son Robin Honderich while speaking to the public.