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POLICE BEAT: Officers nab three suspended drivers on Flamborough roads

Const. Chris Hicks, Hamilton Police Service

Proactive vehicle checks by officers this week revealed three suspended drivers on our roads.

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Columns | 2 hours ago

Mamas, don’t let your babies become sports reporters: Mudhar

Latest job cuts show sports isn’t immune to media turmoil, Raju Mudhar writes

OurWindsor.Ca | by Raju Mudhar
Columns | 18 hours ago

Some tips to help find the right financial adviser: Mayers

Everyone wants good advice. But where do you find it? Here are some tips

OurWindsor.Ca | by Adam Mayers
Columns | Nov 23, 2015

Where movies and journalism intersect: DiManno

The world of newspapering is transforming fast. But oh, for an editor like Michael Keaton

OurWindsor.Ca | by Rosie DiManno
Editorial | Nov 23, 2015

The Spectator's View: Canadians waiting on doctor-assisted suicide

More time to get new laws right makes sense, but foot-dragging needs to end.

Hamilton Spectator
Columns | Nov 23, 2015

DRESCHEL: Frustrated mayor pushes back on Twitter

For a good chunk of this month, Mayor Fred Eisenberger has found himself engaged in an on-and-off Twitter fight over an issue...

Hamilton Spectator | by Andrew Dreschel
Editorial | Nov 22, 2015

Toronto Star's View: Decency should trump fear in resettling Syrian refugees

Canadian security officials have the staff and tools they need to make sure that Syrian refugees pose no great risk. The...

Columns | Nov 22, 2015

Trudeau remains popular, especially with millennials, poll finds: Teitel

PM’s charisma, energy seem to have had the effect of convincing Canadians they’re living in a better, happier country now...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Emma Teitel
Columns | Nov 22, 2015

‘Hottie’ Justin Trudeau returns to cold reality of Ottawa: Walkom

Now, Canada’s new prime minister has to deliver on his ambitious and sometimes contradictory promises

OurWindsor.Ca | by Thomas Walkom

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