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It’s Time To Upgrade Toronto’s Aging Infrastructure

It’s Time To Upgrade Toronto’s Aging Infrastructure

By Rupert Johnson Infrastructure may be defined as a society’s economic foundation. It consists of such things as roads, bridges, water supply, sewer systems, electrical grids, mass transit, and telecommunications. These things enable our society to function properly on a ...

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OP-ED: Egypt Coup Challenges U.S. Credibility

By Emile Nakhleh Guest Writer The military’s removal of democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi poses a serious challenge to Washington’s pro-democracy agenda and its ability to influence events in Egypt and the rest of the region. The Barack Obama administration ...

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The Perennial Subway Debate In Toronto

The Perennial Subway Debate In Toronto

By Rupert Johnson It is interesting to note that the great debate about whether or not to build subways in Toronto has been going on for over 100 years. It is indeed noteworthy that the call for subterranean transportation dates ...

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Happy 146th Birthday Canada!

Happy 146th Birthday Canada!

By Rupert Johnson It is indeed remarkable that in spite of the perennial threat of separatism, Canada has remained intact for 146 years. To use the memorable words of Pierre Trudeau, Canada’s erstwhile Prime Minister: “The land is strong.” It’s ...

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NEEDED: A Diversity Based Approach To Healthcare In Canada

By Allan Jones Pride Health Columnist On Monday, Canada celebrated its 146th birthday. Many of us joined in the festivities by celebrating Canada Day in this wonderful country. Canada is known worldwide for its multiculturalism, an acceptance that the fabric ...

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Pieters v. Peel Law Association: “Causal Nexus”???

By Ernest J. Guiste Pride Legal Columnist Pieters v. Peel Law Association 2012 ONSC 1048 adds to increasing evidence tending to call into question the notion or maxim that justice is blind in Ontario. African-Canadians in this province are subjected ...

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Learn To Appreciate What You Have!

Learn To Appreciate What You Have!

By Sandy Daley The horrific incident at the Boston Marathon has shaken me to my core. Among the dead was happy-go-lucky Martin Richards, the bright 8 year old who had attended the marathon with his mother, brother and sister, in ...

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What Is Your Legacy? How Will The World Remember You?

By Sandy Daley Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once wrote, “The heights by great men reached and kept, were not obtained by sudden flight. But they, while their companions slept, were toiling upward in the night.” This statement, old and rustic as ...

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