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Tracy MacCharles
Ontario Children’s Minister Tracy MacCharles says, “Whenever a child dies we have a responsibility to learn from what happened and take all necessary...
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Toronto Star's View: Children’s aid societies should not place kids with relatives convicted of child abuse

A 13-month-old baby boy died while in the care of his grandfather, who had earlier been convicted of...

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Editorial | 2 hours ago

Toronto Star's View: Early election call is a cynical political ploy

The Harper Conservatives began the 2015 campaign just as they have governed – with a cynical move calculated entirely to...

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Columns | 2 hours ago

Election 2015 offers a political dynamic never before seen: Tim Harper

Anything can happen because there are too many opportunities in the course of 77 days for campaigns to be blown off course

OurWindsor.Ca | by Tim Harper
Commentary | Aug 01, 2015
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Battling bureaucracy … to get a pink phone: Benedetti

How it took my wife to end my decades-long search for my identity.

Hamilton Spectator | by Paul Benedetti
Columns | Aug 01, 2015
Troy Tulowitzki

Sports media had field day with baseball's trade deadline: Mudhar

After the Blue Jays’ crazy week of trades, it would be awesome if media reports could be summed up like the reviews on movie...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Raju Mudhar
Columns | Aug 01, 2015

BERTON: Are you ready to potato? Or shovel, rake, ski or skate?

I shovel, I rake, I ski and I skate.

Hamilton Spectator | by Paul Berton
Local | Aug 01, 2015
FRED EISENBERGER

City plans to mobilize 50,000 residents to reboot vision for Hamilton

Did you book a babysitter? Program the PVR? Schedule a snow tire appointment? (Fall is just seven weeks away.)

Hamilton Spectator | by Jon Wells
Editorial | Aug 01, 2015

A right few women insist on

Whatever does or doesn’t happen at the topless protest planned for Waterloo Public Square today, the three sisters organizing...

Waterloo Region Record | by Editorial
Editorial | Jul 31, 2015
Abortion pill approved by Health Canada

Toronto Star's View: Health Canada finally approves abortion pill

RU-486 or mifepristone gives women access to a safe, non-surgical abortion. Its approval in Canada is long overdue

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