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The CEO of Canada Goose, which filed for an initial public offering last week, wrote: "We are focused on building an enduring brand, a legacy for our...
Feb 19, 2017 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

With IPO, Canada Goose banks on all-weather migration: Jennifer Wells

Jennifer Wells

The company known for made-in-Canada winter wear has celebrity endorsements and a positive story to...

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Columns | Feb 19, 2017
Lion

Why Lion, Fences and Hell or High Water are unlikely to take Best Picture Oscar

The Toronto Star calculate the odds

OurWindsor.Ca | by Peter Howell
Columns | Feb 19, 2017

Jaime Watt: Trudeau has created an opening for the NDP

By focusing on the centre, the Liberal leader has cleared space for a New Democratic Party that at one point looked lost. The...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Jaime Watt
Columns | Feb 19, 2017
Hibernation close to reality for astronauts

Hibernation close to reality for astronauts

It will not be long before local hibernating animals emerge from their dormant state.

Orillia Today | by Robert Alison
Columns | Feb 18, 2017
Denis Villeneuve

The future took its time coming for Oscar-nominated Arrival director Denis Villeneuve

Quebec filmmaker Denis Villeneuve always wanted to make a sci-fi blockbuster. It just took him 20 years to get there, with...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Peter Howell
Columns | Feb 18, 2017

Even I can stick with this Post-it notes fashion trend: Menon

Now that office accessories are a runway-tested fashion accessory, you too could be the best dressed at your water cooler

OurWindsor.Ca | by Vinay Menon
Columns | Feb 18, 2017
Bonnie Lysyk

Beware the bogeyman who raids pension plans: Cohn

Thank goodness we have auditors to catch out big bad employers up to no good. All hail our heroic auditor general, Bonnie...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Martin Regg Cohn
Feb 18, 2017

On military spending, there’s more than one way for Canada to pull its weight: Paul Wells

Donald Trump’s administration wants NATO members to devote 2 per cent of GDP to military spending. By that measure, Canada...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Paul Wells
Feb 18, 2017

Body-shaming Trump only drags us all into the gutter

It’s antibullying day on Wednesday.

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment | by Luisa D'Amato
Feb 17, 2017

Crosby hits NHL milestone with heart and soul: Feschuk

Wayne Gretzky’s records might be out of reach for Sidney Crosby, but it’s a different game and the case could be made that...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Dave Feschuk
Feb 17, 2017

The two faces of the Conservative party: Delacourt

The Conservative party is struggling to resolve an apparent conflict: it’s open on trade, but closed on immigration

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Susan Delacourt
Feb 17, 2017

Incredible dumbness of adults still undercuts little girls: Paradkar

Girls still receive so much negative messaging that a Toronto ad campaign with global ambitions is taking it on by giving...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Shree Paradkar
Feb 17, 2017

When it comes to mainstream protest music look to ... Katy Perry?

“1,000 Days, 1,000 Songs.”

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment | by Joel Rubinoff
Feb 17, 2017

Anti-Islamophobia motion puts Tories on the horns of a dilemma: Paul Wells

Just like in the 2015 election, all parties must decide if it’s better to campaign on fear or campaign against it

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Paul Wells
Feb 17, 2017

Toronto Western Hospital heist is one for the annals of weird crime: DiManno

Police say they're “combing through video” and “hoping for tips” after the theft of $1.2 million in equipment from Toronto...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Rosie DiManno
Feb 17, 2017

Walkom: Are U.S. spy agencies trying to bring down Donald Trump?

The intelligence leaks of information and wiretaps are interesting but the fact they are being leaked is more significant

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Thomas Walkom
Feb 17, 2017

Solutions to distracted driving needed now

Driving a motor vehicle or encountering a vehicle as a pedestrian has always come with risks. The first people to die in...

Carleton Place Almonte Canadian Gazette | Add Comment | by Jeff Maguire

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