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Columnists
Nov 4, 2010

Crowdsourcing the world

There is a hunger to talk about the implications of what this new form of media is making in other spheres of society. We shouldn’t be surprised.
News
Oct 21, 2010
A snapshot of voteTO tweets on Twitter.

VoteTO: The real-time election that never was

Devinder Lamsar
Toronto's municipal campaign has been a disappointment from a social networking point of view, with candidates not making the most of the opportunity, unlike Calgary's incoming mayor, Naheed Nenshi.
Columnists
Aug 2, 2010

In defense of the CRTC

Many media commentators, myself included, have been critical of the CRTC over the years, but two major decisions have shown lately that the regulators can do the right thing.
News
Aug 2, 2010
Cutting back on air travel is essential -- a single flight across the country wipes out the benefit of a person’s environmental good deeds for an entire year. Photo: caribb/Flickr

Up in the air, destroying the planet

Albert Koehl
Cutting back on air travel is essential -- a single flight across the country wipes out the benefit of a person's environmental good deeds for an entire year.
News
Jun 30, 2010

It's official: Syncrude is a tar sands criminal

Mike Hudema and Sheila Muxlow
Charged and found guilty under Albertan and federal environmental laws, the oil giant will likely pay a nominal penalty for toxic tailing ponds that killed 1,600 migrating ducks.

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