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People walk through toppled graves at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, Missouri, Feb. 21, 2017 where almost 200 gravestones were...
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The Spectator’s View: In praise of tolerance

We are all guilty of tolerating intolerance.

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Editorial | Feb 25, 2017

A welcome lesson in tolerance

The federal Conservatives have a thing or two to learn from their cousins in the Ontario legislature.

Waterloo Region Record
Editorial | Feb 24, 2017
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Toronto Star's View: A warning against the rhetoric of ‘us vs them’

Amnesty International’s latest report stands as a reminder that the political mood can darken quickly even in countries with...

OurWindsor.Ca
Editorial | Feb 24, 2017
Typewriter

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

Do you know what a typewriter looks like?

Hamilton Spectator | by Paul Berton
Editorial | Feb 24, 2017

Parry Sound-Muskoka MP Tony Clement does not lose his cool

Our MP suffered some heavy press last week after hanging up during a CBC interview. We polled the nine reporters in our...

Parry Sound North Star | by Pamela Steel
Opinion | Feb 24, 2017

Fear and loathing: The perils of populism

In Canada and the United States the fear of the other, a sense of isolation, and the ability to distort reality remain...

Stoney Creek News
Editorial | Feb 24, 2017

Keeping lights on in winter

When it’s winter in Ontario, electricity is a necessity of life for almost everyone.

Waterloo Region Record
Feb 23, 2017

Toronto Star's View: After the Trappist-1 discovery, the universe looks less lonely

Are we alone? Perhaps not even in our greater celestial neighbourhood. Perhaps not even in wondering

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Feb 23, 2017

Toronto Star's View: Ottawa should name a children’s advocate

The Trudeau Liberals promised to name a children’s advocate. They should deliver on their commitment to make sure children...

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Feb 23, 2017

A truly Canadian voice silenced

Stuart McLean of CBC radio’s Vinyl Café was a Canadian superstar. And what did he do? He simply told stories. Yes,...

Stittsville News | Add Comment | by John Curry
Feb 23, 2017

Toronto Star's VIew: Trudeau deserves credit on the foreign front

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his team have finessed a tricky White House visit and made the most of a deal with Europe

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Feb 23, 2017

Another vow Trudeau should break

Justin Trudeau has been hammered in the court of public opinion for breaking his election promise to change how Canadians...

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment
Feb 22, 2017

More teachers need to be trained in first aid and CPR

Are one or two adults certified in first aid and CPR training at your child’s school enough to provide life saving measures...

Caledon Enterprise | 1 Comment
Feb 22, 2017

The Spectator’s View: Safety first in Canada’s migrant crisis

“To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith. Diversity is our...

Hamilton Spectator | Add Comment
Feb 22, 2017

Family day is a holiday worth having

It was once debated whether a Family Day holiday was worth the economic and social upheaval it would cause.

Kitchener Post | Add Comment
Feb 22, 2017

Nuclear safety group overreacted to having 'elephants in the room'

Civil disobedience can take many forms — from a peaceful sit-in to outright rioting in the streets — but apparently two...

Pickering News Advertiser | 1 Comment
Feb 22, 2017

Time to face Canada’s NATO commitment

Try as he might, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn’t going to be able to shrug off the question of Canada’s commitment to...

Hamilton Spectator | 1 Comment

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