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Toronto Star's View: Ontario needs tough new fines and demerits for distracted driving
Provincial Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca is right to stiffen fines on distracted drivers.
Aug 26, 2014 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

Toronto Star's View: Ontario needs tough new fines and demerits for distracted driving

Ontario is right to impose a $1,000 fine plus demerits on distracted drivers. Too many Ontario...

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Editorial | Aug 20, 2014

Nothing funny about depression

Depression is that most democratic of maladies: it affects everyone, including the rich, the famous, and even the iconic –...

London Community News
Editorial | Aug 14, 2014

They are going to come knocking

There is no mistaking it — the inexorable slide of summer into fall has begun. Predictable in many ways, this fall however...

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Editorial | Aug 10, 2014
Toronto Star's View: Search for Franklin’s ships asserts Canada’s sovereignty in the Arctic

Toronto Star's View: Search for Franklin’s ships asserts Canada’s sovereignty in the Arctic

An unprecedented number of public and private organizations will carry out scientific research in Canada’s Arctic

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Opinion | Aug 06, 2014

London needs a strong leader

You can call them the Swan Seven or Baechler Bunch, but it is becoming apparent no matter what names you give them, London...

London Community News
Editorial | Jul 31, 2014

Use common sense when calling 911

Just in case you didn’t already know, 911 is for emergencies only.

London Community News
Editorial | Jul 10, 2014

Driving down insurance rates

We’ve been down this road before – a road filled with plenty of political potholes.

London Community News
Jun 12, 2014

The high cost of not having accurate jobs data

Bad decisions to cut funding for research are coming home to roost for the Harper Conservatives

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Jun 11, 2014

Toronto Star's View: Canada’s physicians prescribe compassionate end-of-life care

Canada’s doctors are rightly pushing Ottawa and the provinces to ensure that the terminally ill and dying get the best...

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Jun 07, 2014

Stark choices for Ontario voters

Ontario stands at a crossroads, but no one is leading it where it needs to go.

Waterloo Region Record | 2 Comments | by Editorial
Jun 05, 2014

Don’t leave kids, pets in hot car

As we head into the summer of 2014, it’s a good time to get an early jump on hot weather safety. And, if judging by an...

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May 31, 2014

The Spectator's View: Three economic platforms that don’t add up

Aside from generalities, the major party economic and jobs policies resemble Swiss cheese — full of holes

Hamilton Spectator | 3 Comments | by Howard Elliott
May 28, 2014

Toronto Star's View: Tim Hudak’s flawed math on jobs will hurt Ontarians

Economists find faulty logic in the Ontario Conservative party’s million jobs plan, leaving job projections much lower than...

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May 22, 2014

Voters avoid extremes

Is it true that Ontario’s millions of voters abhor extremes and mistrust ideologues? Recent Ontario history would suggest as...

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May 16, 2014

Time to detox ­seniors in nursing homes

Growing old in Ontario may be bad for your health. Forget about the golden years — if you live long enough and have to move...

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May 16, 2014

Hudak’s hard-right ideology on full display

Strategic reductions in the public sector are necessary, but they need to be thoughtful, not brutal

Hamilton Spectator | 3 Comments
May 15, 2014

Toronto Star's View: There’s no good evidence for Tim Hudak’s big jobs promises

Progressive Conservatives push their One Million Jobs Plan that would kill 100,000 middle-class jobs and throw Ontario into...

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