In this file photo, an OPP Ride Program on the 401. A U.S. study shows Canada ranks highest in alcohol-related driving deaths, despite extensive...
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The Spectator's View: Going in reverse on drunk driving deaths

Random roadside breath checks may be draconian, but we’re running out of options to reduce the death...

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Toronto Star's View: IOC fails to defend fair play

By refusing to ban Russian athletes from the Rio Olympic Games the IOC has betrayed clean competitors worldwide

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A new wave of activism shows star NBA and WNBA athletes using their platform to address important societal issues

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The Saddest Ship Afloat

Tragedy of MS St. Louis remains a blot on Canada’s history

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