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Column: Clean Olympians deserve a proper medal ceremony

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BUT SERIOUSLY: Hats off to Toronto's formidable 'football' team

Hats off to Toronto FC. The town’s been abuzz since Wednesday when they knocked off the Montreal Impact before a passionate...

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Opinion | Dec 08, 2016
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The electrified third rail of municipal politics isn’t road tolls, after all. No, in what used to be Toronto’s suburbs,...

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Columns | Dec 08, 2016
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MILLENNIAL MIND: Remember that not everyone will have a happy holiday

’Tis the season for gift giving, decorations and spreading joy. It’s also a season that shines a light on the haves and have...

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Column: Will Selig's entry crack open door to Hall of Fame?

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Column: It's Nick's World, and everyone else gets the crumbs

Column: It's Nick's World, and everyone else gets the crumbs

Dec 02, 2016

Liberals failed to explain stand on holding referendum: Paul Wells

There won’t be a referendum on electoral reform because referendums are trouble. They transfix government, binding up the...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Paul Wells
Dec 02, 2016

Tiger’s redemption tale more interesting than ever: Feschuk

Woods rebounds with round of 65 in low-pressure showcase, a glimmer of hope for when the stakes are higher

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Dave Feschuk
Dec 02, 2016

Life after Fidel: What happens next?: DiManno

Even the most fervid of Fidel Castro detractors, by vilifying the revolutionary firebrand to the nth degree, invest him with...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Rosie DiManno
Dec 02, 2016

Ontario confronts its addiction to money politics: Cohn

All three parties were quietly colluding over fundraising — feeding their addictions, hoping to overpower each other

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Martin Regg Cohn
Dec 02, 2016

Gap grows between awards darlings and box office favourites at the movies: Howell

The historical divide between what critics love and what the public pays to see has rarely seemed wider than it does this...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell
Dec 02, 2016

WEALTH MATTERS: Teaching children about charitable giving

Teaching your kids about charity can be rewarding for you and them. Children have an innate sense of compassion, however in...

Metroland Media | 1 Comment | by Randy Cass
Dec 01, 2016

BUT SERIOUSLY: TV or not TV, that is the question

Lately I’ve gotten quite a few emails about smart TVs. These ones caught my eye. Q. I was sifting through holiday ads...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Jamie Wayne
Dec 01, 2016

THE CITY: Road tolls, hotel and property taxes are just the first steps

Toronto council will need to be brave to support revenue tools like road tolls to build major infrastructure. That doesn't...

Beach Mirror | Add Comment | by David Nickle
Dec 01, 2016

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East York Mirror | Add Comment | by Joe Cooper
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Column: College playoffs have a BCS feel to them again

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