Spectator reporter Steve Buist, right, wins the award for municipal affairs reporting, circulation over 25,000, at the Ontario Newspaper Awards, May...
May 23, 2015 | Add Comment | Hamilton Spectator

BERTON: Best and second-best news

Paul Berton

Award-winning journalism is important for some, but inconsequential for others.

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Editorial | May 23, 2015

Wynne hitting brick wall on Hydro One sale

Private-sector oversight of a life-and-death public utility doesn’t cut it

Hamilton Spectator
Editorial | May 22, 2015
Picketing teachers

Toronto Star's View: Stop foot-dragging on saving the school year

Premier Kathleen Wynne should prepare to order high school teachers back to work if the school year really is in jeopardy

Columns | May 22, 2015

Terror and the campaign to re-elect Stephen Harper: Walkom

Expect more terror plots to be uncovered before Canada's October federal election

OurWindsor.Ca | by Thomas Walkom
Opinion | May 22, 2015

SENIORS ON THE MOVE: Dear daughter...and son

I could not resist this message even though we are past Mother’s Day and Father’s Day is still to come.

Flamborough Review | by Shelly Scott, Flamborough Information and Community Services
Opinion | May 22, 2015

Red Cross still provides services in Flamborough

For many people, the symbolic red cross is seen in times of international disaster – when droughts occur in Africa,...

Flamborough Review
Opinion | May 22, 2015

Strabane W.I. thanks its dedicated knitters

The Strabane Women’s Institute would like to thank to all of our wonderful knitters in the Flamborough community for their...

Flamborough Review
Columns | May 22, 2015

Your government is spying on you online. Here’s what you can do about it: Geist

Canada's spy agency exploited a security weakness in a mobile web browser. Here's what to do about it.

OurWindsor.Ca | by Michael Geist
Columns | May 22, 2015

5 lessons from the Takata airbag recall fiasco: Olive

One key lesson is that Ottawa prefers to do nothing.

OurWindsor.Ca | by David Olive

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