Opinion

Changes at 51 Div. CPLC

By Vanessa Magness – Why get involved in community policing? Let’s see. It’s a venue for information exchange between my neighbours and the police. A chance for a good bitch session. It’s an opportunity to publicize policing strategies to the ...

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Viewpoint: Tory cancer chemical stance disappoints

Prevent Cancer Now (PCN), a national, non-profit coalition of health, environment, labour and other organizations today expressed disappointment with the federal government’s chemical management announcement.  Citing the government’s Chemicals Management Plan website, the group said the so-called plan is a ...

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Don’t tear down the Gardiner: YQNA

By Braz Menezes & Ulla Colgrass of the YQNA executive – York Quay Neighbourhood Association wrote to Toronto Star columnist Glen Murray with comments and questions about the Gardiner Expressway, which was his topic on Dec. 3, 2006. It’s always ...

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Liberals: a united party? Or unite and party?

Our convention correspondent uncovers under-cover hanky panky, boozing and toking, but no discussions about accountability or (pardon her English) “corruption” By Lesley Myers – I attended this weekend’s convention as a delegate for Stéphane Dion, and a reporter for The ...

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