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Apr 23, 2014

Survivors seek dangerous-offender label for sex-abuse 'superstar'

As Gordon Stuckless goes to trial again, those who still coping with the aftermath doubt his claim to have hurt no one since...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Rosie DiManno
Columns
Apr 21, 2014

Why the Beer Store picks on mom-and-pop stores: Cohn

Seen the pitch? Without The Beer Store safeguarding our money and morality, we’d pay a heavy price.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Martin Regg Cohn
Columns
Apr 19, 2014

Clairmont: Badgerow out on bail before fourth murder trial

Accused killer surrendered to Hamilton police Thursday and was kept in cell before brief hearing took place at Ontario Court...

Hamilton Spectator | 2 Comments | by Susan Clairmont
Columns
Apr 19, 2014

Berton: Reporter - not really the worst job

In ranking 200 different jobs, the good news for 2014 is that lumberjack is now at the bottom; the bad news is that...

Hamilton Spectator | 8 Comments | by Paul Berton
Columns
Apr 19, 2014

Removing psychiatric patients’ cigarettes deepens their trauma: DiManno

First they said no smoking — and that was the law of the land.

London Community News | Add Comment | by Rosie DiManno
Columns
Apr 17, 2014

A Haunted House 2 a witless horrific mess: review

A Haunted House 2 wastes the talents of everyone involved, including star and co-writer Marlon Wayans in a horror spoof that...

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

We shoot, we score at Cannes: a record 3 Canadian films compete for Palme d’Or: Howell

It used to seem like a crazy idea to think that three Canadian films could compete in a single year for the fable Palme d'Or...

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

Councillor roles on boards tricky

The city council members you elect this October won’t be spending all their time debating the weighty civic issues of the...

London Community News | Add Comment
Local
Apr 17, 2014

Mahoney: "I choose to live" says CHCH reporter

Nicola Jones, undergoing chemotherapy to fight aggressive sarcoma, astounded by outpouring of love

Hamilton Spectator | 2 Comments | by Jeff Mahoney
Columns
Apr 15, 2014

Gord Downie and the Sadies fuse together well: Review

New album, Gord Downie, the Sadies, and the Conquering Sun, has a roughshod immediacy that is endlessly appealing

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Ben Rayner
Columns
Apr 15, 2014

Liberals detour from transit vision to stay alive: Cohn

Cooking up half a loaf is safer than nothing if it avoids being sliced by the opposition. Hence Kathleen Wynne’s transitory...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Martin Regg Cohn
Columns
Apr 10, 2014

Industrial tax revenue equals 3 percent

Which of these statements is correct? London has the second lowest industrial land tax rate among cities in Ontario. London...

London Community News | Add Comment
Columns
Apr 08, 2014

Jury didn’t see full picture of Dickson’s depravity: DiManno

After a mere four hours of deliberation, jurors decided they didn’t need to see or hear what was missing from the evidence...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Rosie DiManno
Columns
Apr 07, 2014

Tim Hudak is his own worst enemy in libel case: Cohn

Kathleen Wynne declares, in so many words: J’accuse. Tim Hudak’s defiance sounds like: Sue me.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Martin Regg Cohn
Columns
Apr 05, 2014

Liberal minority government in Quebec could be short and not sweet: Hébert

The latest polls show Quebecers poised to bring the Liberals back to power. But for how long, given the rocky shoals ahead?

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Chantal Hebert
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