Eric Shepperd
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World at a crossroads

Eric Shepperd

I must confess, I’ve become a bit demoralized.

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We need a public inquiry into the 2014 Ottawa shootings

On Oct. 22, 2014, Hamilton’s Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, was shot to death....

Hamilton Spectator
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U of T free speech debate resonates across Canada

Universities are supposed to be bastions of free speech and academic freedom. Is that being eroded?

Waterloo Region Record
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Liberals risk letting first-year success go to their heads: Hébert

On three recent occasions, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has short-circuited negotiations between his ministers, the...

Waterloo Region Record | by Chantal Hébert
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Tell the truth about Iraq mission

Canada’s combat mission in Iraq is still going strong, despite Justin Trudeau’s insistence it’s over.

Waterloo Region Record
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D'Amato: If Trudeau breaks his word, he’ll be kicked out

It looks like a pants-on-fire moment for Canada’s very own Sun King.

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Mid-season council standings

With a new season recently underway after the summer hiatus, it’s time to analyze council’s performance and predict what...

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Trudeau wobbling on democratic reform

It was a clear election promise, but now it looks like a comfortable majority is turning the prime minister’s head.

Hamilton Spectator
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Gordon Cameron

Am I a hypocrite on teams’ names?

Amidst that feeling of smug self-satisfaction that comes from thinking you’re superior to those who you clearly know to be...

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Health care funding is a shell game

This week the feds announced their intention to cut annual increases in health care transfers to the provinces in half — from six to three per cent.


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