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Glen Murray
Ontario Environment Minister Glen Murray has promised to clean up the mercury pollution around Grassy Narrows.
Feb 19, 2017 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

Toronto Star's View: Ontario’s promise to clean up Grassy Narrows is long overdue

The 1,500 First Nations peoples who depend on the mercury-contaminated English-Wabigoon River system...

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Editorial | Feb 19, 2017
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Toronto Star's View: Canada must make sure everyone pays fair share of taxes

Closing the ‘tax gap’ would go a long way towards making sure everyone pays their share

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Editorial | Feb 18, 2017
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Toronto Star's View: Ottawa should not delay on action to fight poverty

It’s hard not to be cynical about the announcement this week that Ottawa intends to conduct a public consultation on its...

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Editorial | Feb 17, 2017

Ontario’s auditor general: Defiant and wrong

What is Ontario auditor general Bonnie Lysyk thinking? Auditors general in Ontario, Ottawa and across Canada are revered and...

Hamilton Spectator
Editorial | Feb 17, 2017
Stuart McLean

Remembering a Canadian storytelling icon

Stuart McLean, the host of CBC Radio's The Vinyl Café and an award-winning humorist, died on Feb. 15 at the age of 68. As...

Kingston Heritage
Editorial | Feb 17, 2017

Energy minister deflects attention from government's part in hydro woes

We don’t need to tell anyone our hydro system is broken. We have readers sending us copies of their bills that feature a...

Parry Sound North Star | by Pamela Steel
Editorial | Feb 16, 2017
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Toronto Star's View: Conservatives are wrong to oppose Islamophobia motion

By emphasizing a particular problem, we don’t deny that other problems exist. Inclusion is not a zero-sum game

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Feb 16, 2017

Toronto Star's View: Rule-breaking bank should be named

Canada’s watchdog against financial crime should identify the bank that broke its reporting rules

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Feb 16, 2017

How to deal with the growing dilemma of student debt

If there was any doubt that the costs of post-secondary education are out of control and returns on investment are...

Guelph Mercury | Add Comment
Feb 16, 2017

Trudeau abandons electoral reform promise

What a difference a couple of months makes

Orillia Today | Add Comment
Feb 16, 2017

EDITORIAL: Law should protect sex workers

While it may be a touchy subject, it’s high time the federal government revisited its laws governing the sale and purchase...

Aurora Banner | Add Comment
Feb 16, 2017

Toronto Star's View: Canada faces a crisis of trust

The ingredients are already in place for the emergence of a populist force in this country

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Feb 16, 2017

Toronto Star's View: College of Nurses must say whether it investigated nurse accused of murder

The public can only trust the system when it can see it is working properly. It’s time the College of Nurses of Ontario...

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Feb 15, 2017

Sshh. Don’t mention Islamophobia

Did you know that the Trudeau government is considering action that would limit free speech, give special status to one...

Hamilton Spectator | 4 Comments
Feb 15, 2017

Canada’s flag day a reminder of the country’s history

Feb. 15 is Canada’s flag day and as Canada marks 150 years since Confederation, many communities have special plans for the...

Oshawa This Week | Add Comment
Feb 15, 2017

Trip to Trump a Trudeau triumph

Mission accomplished. Justin Trudeau’s first face-to-face meeting with Donald Trump at the White House on Monday was a...

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment
Feb 14, 2017

Toronto Star's View: Sixties Scoop survivors win a just victory

The legal victory of survivors of the so-called Sixties Scoop is a just result of a nearly decade-long battle with Ottawa,...

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