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For Premier Kathleen Wynne, her party's recent byelection defeat in the Whitby-Oshawa riding was an embarrassing rejection of her government’s record...
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Kathleen Wynne facing 2018 election disaster: Hepburn

Bob Hepburn

Last week’s byelection thrashing is a sign Ontario voters are becoming fed up with the long-serving...

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Editorial | 15 hours ago
Kathleen Wynne, Elizabeth Roy, and Justin Trudeau

Toronto Star's View: Troubling signal for Ontario Liberals

The Liberal defeat in Whitby-Oshawa foreshadows trouble for Kathleen Wynne’s provincial government

Editorial | 15 hours ago

Toronto Star's View: RCMP needs to get beyond talk in healing relationship with natives

RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson is quietly meeting with aboriginal leaders to build a better relationship with indigenous...

Columns | 16 hours ago
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All-star weekend a world event, from one truck to 215 countries: Mudhar

Scenes from behind the scenes of the NBA's all-star extravaganza

OurWindsor.Ca | by Raju Mudhar
Columns | 16 hours ago

Toronto’s NBA reputation is now set in sub-zero: Arthur

Just try convincing an NBA player how mild this winter has been

OurWindsor.Ca | by Bruce Arthur
Columns | 23 hours ago
Rob Oliphant

Dealing with life and death at breakneck speed: Tim Harper

Dying is part of life, says Toronto MP co-chairing joint doctor-assisted dying committee

OurWindsor.Ca | by Tim Harper
Columns | 23 hours ago
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One hundred days of Trudeau government an antidote to cynicism: Mallick

Canada has changed so much in the 100 days since the Liberal cabinet was sworn in that Heather Mallick says she doesn’t quite...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Heather Mallick
Columns | Feb 13, 2016

Enough inertia. It's time for gender quotas in the boardroom: Wells

If Hillary Clinton makes you weary, direct your attention momentarily to Ursula von der Leyen. Single minded. Mentally...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Jennifer Wells
Columns | Feb 13, 2016

How Mulcair and the NDP would have fared after 100 days in power: Hébert

After 100 days in power, an NDP cabinet would either be contemplating a major round of spending cuts or would already have...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Chantal Hébert

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