Opinion

Unfair electronic vehicle rules for condos?

On April 23, the Government of Ontario announced new requirements supporting Electronic Vehicle Charging Stations (EVCS) in Condominiums across Ontario. The new rules are set to come into effect May 1. With approximately 8.5 million road motor Ontario vehicle registrations ...

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Yes, the Sunshine List still matters

Once a year the Ontario government releases the names and salaries of government employees earning a taxpayer-funded salary of over $100,000. And like clockwork, critics complain that the $100,000 threshold for this “Sunshine List” is inappropriate. The main arguments are ...

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It’s time to expropriate Big Pharma

Big Pharma shouldn’t exist. Pharmaceuticals are a health necessity that mustn’t be continued as business monopolies that are distorted, perverted and corrupted by the profit lusts of transnational corporations that operate outside of—and frequently in opposition to—the public interest. Drug ...

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Megan makes noise, Putin makes sense

An attempted assassination by NBC news poodle Megan Kelly quickly mired down in mock interrogation as she hammered the Russian leader with snide and unanswerable questions. It was the major-media equivalent of a How often do you beat your wife ...

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Pierre’s silly son screws up all he surveys

Justin Trudeau seems to have inherited each of his parents’ worst features: Pierre’s arrogance and his mother Margaret’s brainpower.Trudeau arrogance It appears the high-school-drama-teacher turned prime minister never had enough life experience to qualify as the leader of any nation. ...

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