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Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi said he is deeply troubled by the language of divisiveness he hears from Ottawa, writes Tim Harper. The language is always...
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The passionate pushback in Stephen Harper’s backyard: Tim Harper

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Naheed Nenshi, Canada’s first Muslim mayor, is taking on Stephen Harper over niqabs and citizenship...

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Columns | Oct 01, 2015
Shauna Deathe, Healthy Community Healthy Youth Flamborough


It’s often said that flattery gets you nowhere. While that may ring true, most of the time, comparatively, a sincere...

Flamborough Review | by Shauna Deathe, Healthy Community Healthy Youth Flamborough
Columns | Oct 01, 2015
Mario Carr

LOOKING UP: Rare planet grouping Oct. 17

Don’t miss a rare tight grouping of Venus, Mars and Jupiter in the morning eastern sky at the end of October. Unfortunately,...

Flamborough Review | by Mario Carr, Hamilton Amateur Astronomers
Crime | Sep 30, 2015

Judge’s illness forces delay of Tim Bosma murder trial to Oct. 5

The venerable judge presiding over the long-awaited Tim Bosma first-degree murder trial has fallen ill, causing pretrial...

Hamilton Spectator | by Susan Clairmont
Editorial | Sep 29, 2015
Ian Dawe

Toronto Star's View: Transparency is the first step to stop suicide in hospitals

Secrecy surrounding suicides in hospitals is preventing experts from devising methods to prevent them

Columns | Sep 29, 2015

The Walk more than just a stunt movie: review

Almost as audacious as Philippe Petit’s 1974 high-wire “coup” on the World Trade Center is The Walk, Robert Zemeckis’s...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Peter Howell
Columns | Sep 29, 2015
Robert Reich

Capitalism should be for the many, not the few, book argues: Wells

Robert Reich, U.S. President Bill Clinton’s labour secretary, has written a book that looks at income inequality. He’s...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Jennifer Wells
Editorial | Sep 29, 2015
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Neville-Lake tragedy unites us in grief

Tragedies have a way of uniting us in grief.

Caledon Enterprise | by Robyn Wilkinson
Columns | Sep 28, 2015
Munk Debate

For Trudeau, a perceived weakness becomes a strength: Tim Harper

Canadians who bothered to tune in were treated to one of the best election debates in recent memory

OurWindsor.Ca | by Tim Harper

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