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EDITORIAL: Poking the elephant
BRIGITTE PELLERIN: This Dec. 6, we're finally calling the Montreal massacre what it actually was
It took three decades to call the Polytechnique massacre by its name: a crime against feminism. Thirty years to get to the first step. During all this time, the commemorative plaque at the Place du 6-décembre-1989 mentioned “un ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Consider this independent review, Mr. Premier
Well, Premier Dwight Ball returned from his mainland trip to save the day. In his absence, a report into the conduct of one of his ministers — Christopher Mitchelmore, at the time the minister responsible for tourism — found ...
BRIAN HODDER: The time is now to demand change to Canada's first-past-the-post system
After a contentious and hard-fought election in October, the first session of the 43rd Parliament of Canada opens today in Ottawa. With a minority Liberal government elected, there will need to be real co-operation among the parties for ...
Letter to the editor: On repentance in the House
Dear editor, As a citizen deeply concerned with the fate of our province I have been drawn to recent happenings in the House of Assembly as if by force of revelation. In the Book of Luke 15:7, it is written: “Just so, I tell you, there ...
BRUCE MacKINNON CARTOON: Dec. 5, 2019
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PETER McKENNA: Rona Ambrose would be an inspired choice for our ambassador in Washington
Just prior to the Oct. 21 federal election, Canada’s then-ambassador to the United States, David MacNaughton, unexpectedly submitted his resignation letter. His successor has not yet been named, but there are no shortage of qualified ...
KEVIN TOBIN CARTOON: Dec. 4, 2019
GWYNNE DYER: Faint hope in Yemen
Some wars end in victory, but just as many sputter out in exhaustion. The war in Yemen, now coming up on five years old, always looked likely to end up in the second category, and the time may be quite soon. It ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Chronicling clergy abuse
Sometimes, it’s as simple as walking down a hallway you’ve taken before. A little context: years ago, my first reporting job in the media, at an investigative weekly, was, through some great coincidence, located in the same building ...
EDITORIAL: Shortchanging employees
In 2016, Walmart in the United States got rid of holiday pay for busy days like Thanksgiving and put in place a more “streamlined” pay structure. This year, it’s offering a two-day — today and tomorrow — 15 per cent ...