OPINION: With one very small exception, the government has nothing much to offer for the crisis of today — and it isn’t ...
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In 1973, the Swedish defenceman first suited up in blue and white — and helped sweep North American hockey into its modern age.
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OPINION: Schools are publicly owned, and oversight mechanisms are already in place — it’s time for Ottawa to change the rules ...
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So what’s Ontario’s official animal? We don’t have one — yet. The loon is our official bird, but we can’t help but think that ...
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OPINION: Toronto’s system has led to an ineffective, unaccountable government. Even progressives may end up thanking Doug ...
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TVO.org speaks with linguist Sali Tagliamonte about her quest to research regional dialects — and about the “really cool and interesting things going on up north.” ...
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How well did municipalities and the provincial government work together through the pandemic? Karen Redman, regional chair of ...
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OPINION: Whether in an era of full employment or in a future recessionary period, people should be able to live with dignity.
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Kagawong is a hamlet of 200 people in Billings Township, on the north side of Lake Huron’s Manitoulin Island — the biggest ...
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Speakers. Speeches. Health-care controversy. The five-week summer session is expected to be a whirlwind of activity.
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OPINION: The Ontario government is correct to diagnose municipalities as the problem. But new powers are useful only if a ...
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TVO.org provides a summary of the most notable developments in Ontario politics. Here’s what caught our attention: Queen’s ...
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