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Here We Stand

And here we stand, admiring the wreckage. Wondering where to turn, what to do. I know a lot of people who still feel sick to their stomach. 661 more words

On Race And Society

Conservative leadership hopefuls square off on best path for party

GREELY, Ont. – A two-hour debate Sunday among nine rivals for the federal Conservative leadership often morphed into an autopsy of the party’s ill-fated 2015 election campaign. 597 more words


Conservative leadership hopefuls talk immigration, trade and Trump at first debate

SASKATOON – The 12 people vying to lead the federal Conservative Party took jabs at the Trudeau government’s proposed carbon tax and backed the idea of pipelines in their first leadership debate. 168 more words


Open Book

From Edward Greenspon, “Why Canada’s an open book”, Globe and Mail, September 28, 2002, p. A2, during his time as the newspaper’s editor, a position he had assumed earlier that year: 288 more words


Dominion Day - 1919

Montreal Daily Star, 1 July 1919, page 10

Margaret Currie’s Chats

No other day in the year should stand for quite as much to us as Dominion Day, and I often wonder if any of us appreciate it as its true value and make as much of it as we should.  614 more words


Opening of Hubbard Park honouring William Peyton Hubbard, Toronto's first Black City Alderman

Councillor Paula Fletcher, the Urban Alliance on Race Relations and other community organizations are proud to invite you to the official opening of Hubbard Park honouring William Peyton Hubbard. 57 more words

Across Toronto

Chief Morning Star - Appeal for Middlesex Hospital, 1919

Montreal Daily Star, 27 November 1919, page 14

The Prince of Wales, as Chief Morning Star, the symbol of light and hope, comes forward in a new enterprise, and thousands to whom the night brought suffering and pain will greet the Dawn he heralds with gratitude and joy. 164 more words