Eric Hoskins
Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins argues that spending more and more on the highest-billing doctors means the province can’t invest as much as...
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Doctor pay should be fair for all: Eric Hoskins

Eric Hoskins

Changes to how much we pay some medical specialists have not kept pace with advances in technology....

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Editorial | 7 hours ago

Toronto Star's View: Fumbling at the top

It’s long been known that Ontario bungled the introduction of its costly new welfare case management system. Now it turns out...

Commentary | 13 hours ago

Thomas Piggott and Jia Hu: Opioid epidemic requires national response

As Ottawa and the provinces negotiate a new health accord, addictions have to be a priority

OurWindsor.Ca | by Thomas Piggott
Columns | 13 hours ago

A warning to Liberals — good fundraising makes bad policy: Delacourt

Much of what the Tories did to appeal to donors resulted in a legacy now being dismantled by the courts and by Justin...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Susan Delacourt
Columns | 13 hours ago

Raptors must decide who they want to be: Arthur

A win in Game 7 would be a franchise catharsis, a deep and free breath. A loss would be a debacle

OurWindsor.Ca | by Bruce Arthur
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It’s now Clinton versus Trump — and Trump could win: Walkom

Americans are thirsting for change. And a lot of them don’t much like Hillary Clinton

OurWindsor.Ca | by Thomas Walkom
Columns | Apr 30, 2016

BERTON: Why journalists should never be star-struck

Megyn Kelly's famous run-in with Donald Trump vaulted her from being well known to superstardom.

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Editorial | Apr 30, 2016

Toronto Star's View: Canada Revenue recoups dodgy dollars to close tax gap

Canada Revenue is putting tax dodgers on notice that the days of impunity for those with deep pockets and overly artful...

Commentary | Apr 30, 2016
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Kristin Snoddon: Queen’s Park should save schools for deaf children

A consultation process apparently aimed at closing two of Ontario’s four schools for deaf students threatens to undo more...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Kristin Snoddon
Apr 28, 2016

Toronto Star's View: Muslim Canadians are proud to call this country home

Muslim Canadians are proud citizens, and feel confident that the country is heading in the right direction. A new survey shows that most embrace diversity, cherish democratic freedoms and feel that it is a better place to live than other countries


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