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Breaking the cycle
The very week that Prime Minister Stephen Harper pledged an additional $3.5 billion for improving the health of women and children around the world, a pregnant Pakistani woman was brutally murdered by her relatives for marrying a man not of their choosing.
Attack ads have gone too far
It is difficult to get through a political election without getting a bad taste in your mouth.
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Editorial, by Stew Slater
Breaking the cycle
The very week that Prime Minister Stephen Harper pledged an additional $3.5 billion for improving the health of women and children around the world, a pregnant Pakistani woman was brutally murdered by her relatives for marrying a man not of their choosing
Time to speak up
As June 12 – provincial election day – draws closer, the campaign is heating up.

A generous life
t would have been difficult to find someone more active than Larry Martin.
Time to speak up
Waging war on children
An afternoon spent messing about in boats
Editorial, by Stew Slater
Waging war on children
What can you say about men who wage war against schoolgirls?
Quality of life
Housing in Toronto is expensive.
Safety message not just good PR
Editorial, by Stew Slater
Quality of life
Housing in Toronto is expensive.
Election battle lines not straight and narrow
That Premier Kathleen Wynne made the decision to end her minority government came as no surprise. That it was the Liberal party’s failure to secure majority legislature support for a proposed budget that triggered that decision also came as no surprise.
Time to pay attention
It's election season in Ontario, and that means one thing — Ontario residents are now being inundated with messages from the three main political parties in this province, all hoping to gain ground on June 12.
Booted out of Dodge
It is every parent’s worst nightmare – discovering the boy with whom their young daughter has been corresponding via computer is actually a middle-aged pervert.
The arts are thriving
The arts and culture are alive in rural Ontario
Election battle lines not straight and narrow
Editorial, by Stew Slater
 
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