John Gross

John Gross, owner of True North Climbing, is an advocate for safety at his facility and has a process to help keep track of any on-site injuries to climbers.

Setting up

Colin McMahon, 28, sets up computers for High Jinks Gaming at High Jinks Indoor Playcare and Imaginarium in Tecumseh, July 31. HJG is one of two gaming centres set to open by the end of August, the other is Kappa Gaming Lounge in Windsor at 1664 Tecumseh Rd. E.

Jean Chrétien

The economy was a prominent issue in the 1993 election, with the country still mired in high federal debt and high unemployment. Jean Chrétien’s Liberals won as the Progressive Conservatives suffered a massive collapse in support.

Doug Porter

BMO chief economist Doug Porter says he believes the federal government can still balance the books "because they do have control on spending. The question now is: Should they try to balance the books?"

Irwin Elman

Irwin Elman, Ontario's Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth, said he hoped the panel would “put children at the centre” of a review that is “open and transparent.”

Paxil sectioning

Pharmacist Rocco D'Angelo sections out the medication Paxil at the Downtown Windsor Pharmacy, July 31. D'Angelo believes the by-law restricting methadone clinics prevents people from receiving the treatments they need for their addictions.

Jamie Cruickshank

Jamie Cruickshank, a 25-year-old sales associate from Toronto, likes the idea of an NDP-Liberal coalition because "you’re getting a better cross section of what people are really looking for"

Denis Daneman

Hospital for Sick Children pediatrician-in-chief Dr. Denis Daneman says there was no intent on his part to exclude significant results from a study he had participated in regarding the antipsychotic drug Risperdal.

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