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The Guiding Principle for Anticorruption Policy Should Be Cost-Effectiveness, Not “Zero Tolerance”

In 2015, following indications that a few Canadian Senators had been using government money for disallowed personal expenses, the Canadian government launched a major investigation that cost approximately… 899 more words


(record review)NO REAL HERO-The Forest(Thousand Islands Records)

Canada is for me still unexplored territory with so many awesome bands coming to my attention every month and this time it was my pleasure to listen and review for our zine the new e.p. 260 more words


Marilla of Green Gables

Marilla of Green Gables by Sarah McCoy

As a third generation fan of Anne Shirley, beginning with my Canadian grandmother, it was a real pleasure to read her Aunt Marilla’s story about growing up on Prince Edward Island in the 1830s and 1840s. 92 more words

Book Reviews

Accused of murdering his father, Dellen Millard will learn his fate as judge is expected to make ruling

TORONTO — A decision is expected Monday in the case of a man accused of killing his father, whose death was initially deemed a suicide. 117 more words


Exclusive: MP Leona Alleslev: Why I crossed the floor to the Conservatives

On Monday, Sept. 17 I made a difficult decision to do what is right, not what is easy.

When I marked an ‘x’ beside my name on the ballot in 2015, my constituents entrusted me to represent them. 1,109 more words


New(ish) publication: The politics of the great brain race

I realized I didn’t blog about a recently published article I co-authored with Prof Creso Sá, my supervisor at the University of Toronto. How remiss of me! 582 more words