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Dollars and sense approach to housing?

We hear a lot in this town about our failures – dams that break, reservoirs that leak, mayors who...

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WhatsOn | Aug 14, 2014
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Review: New tricks can't rescue 'Expendables 3'

Film Review: New tricks can't rescue tired, old 'Expendables 3'

Columns | Aug 14, 2014
Phil McLeod

Positive jobs report isn’t all great news

There were cheers across the city – and quite rightly – at the news 2,200 jobs were created in the London area last month,...

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Columns | Aug 07, 2014

DVDs reviews of Muppets Most Wanted and The Railway Man

Peter Howell DVD reviews of Muppets Most Wanted and The Railway Man

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Opinion | Aug 06, 2014
Phil McLeod

Let the mayoral games begin

Hindsight being 20–20, we’d be having a very different mayoral race in London if Joe Fontana had not tried to diddle the...

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Columns | Jul 31, 2014
Phil McLeod

Grassroots groups grow future politicians

Here’s how Tanya Park got interested in politics.

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Columns | Jul 31, 2014
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Parks Canada is making this land your brand of clothing

Fashion veteran Roger Edwards showcases heritage by using vintage logos for Parks Canada’s high-end casual sportswear line

OurWindsor.Ca | by Karen von Hahn
Jul 30, 2014

D’Amato: Bitcoin may be the first draft of big changes in banking

We live in a flattened society, in which individual choice is greater, and traditional authorities have less power, than...

Waterloo Region Record | 2 Comments | by Luisa D'Amato
Jul 29, 2014

Hercules a muscular addition to summer box office: review

Hercules, starring Dwayne Johnson, is a surprisingly assured and watchable summer adventure featuring an appealing cast and...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Bruce DeMara
Jul 29, 2014

And So It Goes another pandering boomer rom-com: review

Pure schmaltz masquerading as life wisdom, it pairs Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton because they fit the demographic the...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell
Jul 29, 2014

Lucy a brainy thriller with a dumb premise: review

Lucy, by French filmmaker Luc Besson, stars Scarlett Johansson as a woman who acquires incredible brain power after an...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Bruce DeMara
Jul 25, 2014

Managing the intensification of London

For eons, humans have been bunching, first for socialization and security, later for efficiency. Over time hamlets grew to...

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Jul 18, 2014

Stratford Festival: Hay Fever more madcap than mad

I struggled with why Noël Coward’s Hay Fever was included in this year’s Festival playbill based around the theme of madness...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Chet Greason
Jul 18, 2014

Sex Tape is a dull, tone deaf comedy and not the least bit sexy: review

Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel star as marrieds looking to get some heat back between the sheets in by make a sex video in Sex...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Linda Barnard
Jul 17, 2014

The Purge: Anarchy exceeds original in mayhem, plotting: review

Writer/director James DeMonaco uses the same formula and a no-name cast to exceed his original surprise box office winner,...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Bruce DeMara
Jul 17, 2014

Boyhood is one of the best films of the year: 4-star review

You’re watching real life unfold on the screen in Richard Linklater’s film — and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell
Jul 17, 2014

Complicated lives for female politicians

Single motherhood claimed another political victim last week. Tammy Lee Marche announced to her supporters, “I have decided...

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