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What’s Holding Back Women Today?

What’s Holding Back Women Today?

Despite Major Advances, Women’s Counselor Says Same-Gender Infighting among Enduring Problems It’s safe to say that women are on the ascendancy on many accounts: • Throughout the next decade, women will be the beneficiaries of the largest transference of wealth ...

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Voters Sent A Clear Message To Ontario Liberals

Voters Sent A Clear Message To Ontario Liberals

By Rupert Johnson People should not read too much into one or two by-elections, but the by-elections in Ontario on August 01, 2013 were fundamentally different. The five by-elections that were held in former Liberal strongholds signalled a significant warning ...

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Nothing Seems To Be Sacred

Ever since I was in grade ten, I made it a point to begin seeking out knowledge on my history and culture, as that information was absent from my school experience. It was amazing to see how my awareness about ...

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Ushering In A New Era

Ushering In A New Era

By Dwayne Morgan Pride Columnist If you’ve been following my columns, you’d know that earlier this year, I brought 14 Torontonians with me to South Africa, for a two week exploration of the history and culture of the country. Like ...

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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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