Do we want a Texan Canada?

By Sheila Williams | June 13, 2004

Sheila Williams looks at the province, and the culture, behind Stephen Harper’s Conservatives

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Following the Three Stooges

By Wally Hourback | June 11, 2004

Wally Hourback files an election report from North Bay.

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Why I’m not going to vote

By Max Fawcett | June 5, 2004

Max Fawcett, a member of the sought-after under-25 demographic, explains why his generation doesn’t care about politics and isn’t likely to do so anytime soon.

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Holy Fleece

By Vivien Lougheed | May 26, 2004

Vivien Lougheed finds dissension in the church of Mountain Equipment Co-op, but pays her tithe anyway.

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Deliverance Comes to Iraq

By Douglas Ord | May 14, 2004

Douglas Ord finds an ugly parallel between US treatment of prisoners in Iraq and the James Dickey novel/film Deliverance

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Betting on Canada?

By Max Fawcett | May 5, 2004

Max Fawcett questions the wisdom of the Liberal Party of Canada’s decision to recruit former separatist candidates in Quebec.

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Living in My Small Community

By Jean Baird | March 17, 2004

A Port Slowburn, Ontario resident has a slight disquisition with Brian Fawcett’s column on reciprocity within small communities

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Against Creative Non-Fiction: A Manifesto

By Brian Fawcett | March 10, 2004

It’s the March doldrums in Toronto, spring is still six weeks away, so Brian Fawcett releases the latest update of a rant he’s been stewing over for about six years

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By Ryan Knighton | February 17, 2004

One of Toronto’s leading taxi companies has a moral problem, and quite likely legal and public relations problems, too.

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More Civic Follies in Toronto’s Mayoralty Race

By Wally Hourback | November 5, 2003

Wally Hourback files an update on Toronto’s Mayoralty race…

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