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Justin Trudeau acknowledged that the air war still had a place in the strategy of the anti-ISIS international coalition. Canada — even as it is...
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Ending airstrikes against ISIS a decision still in search of a solid rationale: Hébert

Chantal Hébert

Justin Trudeau still could not really explain why it was right for Canada to support the anti-ISIS...

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Editorial | 9 hours ago
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Toronto Star's View: Finally, some clarity on Canada’s mission in Iraq

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has revealed a new mission for Canada in Iraq and it plays better to our values and strengths

Columns | 9 hours ago

It’s time to show you what really happens in the Commons: Tim Harper

It’s 2016, but television coverage hasn’t changed since 1977 — Tim Harper writes that showing what really happens will cut...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Tim Harper
Columns | 10 hours ago
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Equitable ups the interest in the discount-bank battle: Mayers

EQ Bank’s 3 per cent rate on a savings account is much better than the rate on a comparable one at Tangerine or PC Financial

OurWindsor.Ca | by Adam Mayers
Football | 17 hours ago
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Column: As ugly as it was, it was beautiful for Manning

Column: As ugly as it was, it was beautiful for Manning

Columns | Feb 08, 2016

Youth unemployment finally on the radar screen: Goar

At home and abroad, leaders are waking up to the cost of youth unemployment

OurWindsor.Ca | by Carol Goar
Columns | Feb 08, 2016
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Peak February a time when nothing pleases: Mallick

It’s not seasonal affective disorder, more a condition of life in a charmless world zone

OurWindsor.Ca | by Heather Mallick
Editorial | Feb 08, 2016

Toronto Star's View: Cut strings attached to federal funding

Ottawa needs to give cities infrastructure money that has few strings attached in order to get projects going in time for the...

Columns | Feb 08, 2016

Baseball says no tanks to scramble for No. 1: Griffin

The baseball draft is still too much of a crap shoot for teams to think they can get a franchise player with the first pick

OurWindsor.Ca | by Richard Griffin

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