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Letters | Oct 11, 2016

Anything is possible

Re: “Could Canada elect a Trump-like leader”

Mississauga News
Editorial | Aug 04, 2016
2016 Rio Olympics

Rio latest chapter in the Games' painful decline into irrelevancy

If ever there was an Olympics to make the world pause and wonder if such a huge undertaking makes sense for cities across the...

Mississauga News
News | Jul 13, 2016

“This is not how we swim in Canada,” Muslim mother told

“This is not how we swim in Canada,” said the elderly man to a mom supervising her two kids at a local condo pool.

Hamilton Spectator | by Faisal Kutty
Columns | Jun 05, 2016

We need tough federal rules on payday loans: Wells

Kansas City man paid more than $50,000 (U.S.) in interest on a series of that put $2,500 in his pocket

OurWindsor.Ca | by Jennifer Wells
Columns | Apr 22, 2016

Karla Homolka cunning in her manipulations: DiManno

Parents in Montreal have every reason to be worried that Homolka has moved in, writes Rosie DiManno

OurWindsor.Ca | by Rosie DiManno
Columns | Feb 12, 2016

Equal access to assisted suicide? Not so.

As a disability rights activist, I certainly say “kudos” to the Quebec Panel for making assisted suicide a healthcare...

Mississauga News | by Rabia Khedr
Opinion | Jan 29, 2014

Coping with workplace harassment

It happens more often than you might think. Only, we generally tend to shrug and move on. But what happen when we can’t...

South Asian Focus
Opinion | Jan 15, 2014

Keeping a weather eye open as the climate changes, all around

The extreme weather we’ve witnessed over the past year shows climate change is here. What can we do to live in harmony with...

South Asian Focus


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