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Dumont plays identity card

Posted by Oped 3118 days ago Toronto Star|
http://www.thestar.com — There he goes again. Quebec's small-c conservative leader, Mario Dumont, is up to his old tricks – fanning fears about the province somehow losing it Read More
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Put portraits in Ottawa

Posted by Oped 3118 days ago Toronto Star|
http://www.thestar.com — It is national sport to disdain the national capital – almost as popular as resenting Toronto – but it is a misplaced impulse. Read More
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More street food, finally

Posted by Oped 3118 days ago Toronto Star|
http://www.thestar.com — It is taking an absurdly long time, but Toronto is gradually moving toward allowing healthier and more exotic foods to be sold by street vendors. For Read More
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Gehry's respectful AGO reno

Posted by Oped 3118 days ago Toronto Star|
http://www.thestar.com — With the public opening of a transformed Art Gallery of Ontario today, Torontonians have a chance to experience a quintessentially Canadian work of a Read More
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A heinous attack

Posted by Oped 3118 days ago Toronto Star|
http://www.thestar.com — It's not just Canadian soldiers and journalists who risk their lives in Afghanistan, but women, school girls and babies who also find themselves on t Read More
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Knifing symptom of larger problem

Posted by Oped 3118 days ago Toronto Star|
http://www.thestar.com — A cousin of the Grade 11 student knifed in a high school cafeteria on Tuesday put it best: "You don't go to school to get stabbed." Read More
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The grassroots' revenge?

Posted by Oped 3118 days ago Toronto Star|
http://www.thestar.com — Within a month of winning re-election, the governing Conservatives are holding a policy convention in Winnipeg, starting with a keynote address tonig Read More
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Canada and Congo

Posted by Oped 3118 days ago Toronto Star|
http://www.thestar.com — More than 5 million people have died in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in wars that drew in Angola, Zimbabwe, Rwanda and Uganda and tore the count Read More
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