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As I See It by Rick Wellwood
19 hours ago | Add Comment | St. Thomas-Elgin Weekly News

McLean will be missed

Rick Wellwood

On a percentage basis, the largest number of Canadians that go south of the border to make a living...

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This Is Us

This Is Us: get your crying towel (and quit complaining)

I don’t, as a rule, watch network TV.

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Healing A Heart's Loss by Barbara J. Saunders

Don’t spread suicide blame

Losses due to suicide seem to be increasing more each day. This is a worldwide situation. Depending where you look, you will...

St. Thomas-Elgin Weekly News | by Barbara Saunders
Columns | 23 hours ago
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Column: Leicester's fall doesn't tarnish an improbable title

Column: Leicester's fall doesn't tarnish an improbable title

Columns | Feb 25, 2017
Mickeys World

Cleansing all the contacts

Casually flipping through my cellphone contacts this week, I became aware of just how many people now inhabit it. The actual...

St. Thomas-Elgin Weekly News | by Mickey Reid
Blogs | Feb 24, 2017

Ask yourself, are you ‘the matter out of place?’: Mallick

The subway is filthy enough as it is, without people putting their feet up on the seats so that the clothing of other...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Heather Mallick
Columns | Feb 24, 2017
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In the war against Twitter trolls, women are well on the way to being victors: Cohn

While we cannot ignore the impact, more Canadian women today occupy positions of power and influence. And the next generation...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Martin Regg Cohn
Feb 24, 2017

Whether it’s Donald Trump or Paul Martin, followership takes it cues from our leaders: Paul Wells

It’s a flexible, political culture that usually means giving up things like one’s intelligence or regard for rules. And while...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Paul Wells
Feb 24, 2017

Democracy depends on confidential sources: English

Serious journalism in the public interest requires courageous confidential sources. Canada should provide better protection...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Kathy English
Feb 24, 2017

Journalists’ panel highlighted lack of media diversity — by not talking about it: Paradkar

Recent journalism talks show that without diverse voices in the media, supremacy becomes invisible and racism becomes...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Shree Paradkar
Feb 24, 2017

For Trump and the Trudeaus, the past is back: Delacourt

Donald Trump looks inward as two generations of Trudeaus look outward

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Susan Delacourt
Feb 24, 2017

Bill C-23 U.S. border brouhaha is not about Donald Trump: Walkom

It is about how much sovereignty Canadians want to give up for easier access to the U.S.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Thomas Walkom
Feb 24, 2017

BERTON: Of typewriters, TV antennae and a roll of film

Do you know what a typewriter looks like?

Hamilton Spectator | Add Comment | by Paul Berton
Feb 24, 2017

China ready to take big gulp of wine industry

As the whole world gets smaller and smaller, the wine world seems to get bigger and bigger.

Our London | Add Comment | by Mike Fish
Feb 24, 2017

Why Moonlight could win Best Picture

Toronto Star movie critic Peter Howell handicaps the odds on the nine Best Picture contenders for the Feb. 26 Academy Awards....

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell
Feb 24, 2017

It’s Oscar pool time: Toronto Star movie critic Peter Howell picks the winners

Countdown to the Oscars Most of the pundits have La La Land dancing away with Oscar’s gold. Not so fast — serious challengers...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell
Feb 24, 2017

Get Out and A United Kingdom show black and white issues haven’t faded: review

Fifty years after Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner jolted moviegoers with its frank depiction of interracial romance, moviemakers...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell

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