Tag Archives: torture

Omar Khadr deserves financial recompense

There really isn’t any reason to keep blathering on about the cash Canada paid to Omar Khadr, the former child soldier who was tortured by Americans in their illegal off-shore prison in Cuba with the open approval of his Canadian ...

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Ghosts from the hanging yard in our neighbourhood

Bruce Bell — The corner of Berkeley and The Esplanade is undoubtedly one the most historic spots we have in Toronto today. It’s where once stood two small red brick buildings built in 1796, Canada’s First Parliament buildings. The buildings ...

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