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Opinion: Canada behind on e-grocery sales, but that could change quickly

One after the other, grocers are going virtual. All of them, at some point over the past 12 months, have announced some sort of commitment to an e-commerce strategy. 675 more words


Egan: Will pot shops wreck the vibe of small-town Ontario?

Pot shops are coming to small-town Ontario, where the pace is slower and the pie is better. But don’t expect a parade.

A number of Ottawa Valley mayors said Friday they’d like a good deal more information before taking a position on whether their municipalities should opt in or out of Ontario’s new marijuana sales system, to be run by private retailers. 772 more words

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Don Macpherson: François Legault's dog whistle attracts a wolf

Well, that could have been awkward.

Last weekend, the Coalition Avenir Québec party held an event to show off its team of candidates in the Oct. 651 more words


Kurl: Sorry, Maxime Bernier, I'm not part of a diversity 'cult'

There’s a photograph in a small gold frame nestled in a large wall unit at my parents’ house. In it, two people stand. There’s a formal distance between them, yet the smiles, one moustachioed, one toothy, show warmth. 687 more words


Rob Vanstone: Jim Hopson, John Terry are worthy Plaza of Honour inductees

Robservations …

• A rite of autumn is now part of August. The Saskatchewan Roughriders’ Plaza of Honour ceremonies, ordinarily held in September or October, are scheduled for this weekend. 527 more words

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Gormley: Jordan Peterson tour impresses

“Revolution” might overstate the impact of Jordan Peterson on our modern and often precarious culture. But something’s definitely happening as the Canadian psychologist, with deep Saskatchewan roots, brought his 12 Rules of Life Tour to Regina and Saskatoon this week. 653 more words