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Patrick Dombroskie
Patrick Dombroskie in 1993.
Dec 10, 2016 | Add Comment | Waterloo Region Record

D'Amato: Murder casts a long shadow

Luisa D'Amato

There’s a saying that time heals all wounds.

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Columns | Dec 09, 2016
Newspaper

BERTON: Turns out journalists aren't so terrible after all

I hear it a lot these days, and I suspect many of you do too: thank heavens for the hometown newspaper.

Hamilton Spectator | by Paul Berton
Movies | Dec 09, 2016
Chris Williams

Moana’s Kitchener connection

It’s an occupational hazard with animators.

Waterloo Region Record | by Joel Rubinoff
Columns | Dec 09, 2016
Not all aboard as PM hails climate plan-Image3

The public’s ardour can make for a long honeymoon in politics: Paul Wells

What’s most annoying about the “honeymoon” model is that readers sometimes use it to imply criticism is illegitimate while a...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Paul Wells
Columns | Dec 09, 2016
PM hails historic national climate plan-Image1

Lack of Tory voice may be weak point in Trudeau’s climate-change plan: Hébert

Justin Trudeau’s plan for a pan-Canadian climate framework rests on a fragile political infrastructure that could be blown...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Chantal Hébert
Columns | Dec 09, 2016
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Forget #DumpStarWars. Let’s talk about the Oreo problem: Menon

In a post-fact world, we must now endure post-fact boycotts

OurWindsor.Ca | by Vinay Menon
Columns | Dec 09, 2016
Justin Trudeau

Trudeau not overly eager to talk health care: Paul Wells

It’s been 13 years since Canada’s first ministers talked health

OurWindsor.Ca | by Paul Wells
Dec 09, 2016

Walkom: Are Canadians willing to pay cost of fighting climate change?

Justin Trudeau says the economy and environment are not in contradiction. He's only half-right

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Thomas Walkom
Dec 09, 2016

What we’re missing in Ottawa coverage: Delacourt

The decline in numbers of journalists on the Hill can fray connection between politics and citizens

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Susan Delacourt
Dec 09, 2016

Column: Clean Olympians deserve a proper medal ceremony

Column: Clean Olympians deserve a proper medal ceremony

Dec 09, 2016

Wrestling back control of our city

“Embarrassing” is how one city councillor has described it.

Our London | Add Comment | by Amir Farahi
Dec 09, 2016

Tough year did see women gain some wins

For a lot of women, 2016 felt like several swift punches in the face as we were taken aback by flabbergasting court-ruling...

Our London | Add Comment | by Amanda Stratton
Dec 09, 2016

WEALTH MATTERS: Changing poor financial habits, pt. 1

Which of these poor financial habits are you guilty of?

Metroland Media | Add Comment | by Randy Cass
Dec 08, 2016

Nellie McClung bank note snub a sign of the times — and a good one: Teitel

Many people assumed Nellie McClung would be the first non-royal female face to appear on Canadian currency

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Emma Teitel
Dec 08, 2016

Tory debate reveals language challenges faced by leadership hopefuls: Hébert

Fluency in French crucial if the party wants to take on the Liberals

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Chantal Hébert
Dec 08, 2016

Lion roars with story that combines technology and tears: review

Rarely does a film plotting the Internet amount to much more than a series of glowing screens. Lion, a true story of a family...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell
Dec 08, 2016

Jackie is one of the year’s best films: review

All eyes are upon Natalie Portman, who portrays former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy in this serious docudrama

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell

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