Michele Landsberg

Columnists
May 26, 2003

Ontario Needs a Raise

It’s a Canadian mantra: “Get a job!” It’s almost like a religious vow: “I’d rather scrub floors than go on welfare!” Big surprise, people. In our current economic s
Columnists
May 19, 2003

Barbs Aside, 9/11 Questions Remain

I fully expected to be labelled a “conspiracy theorist” after interviewing Vision TV’s Barrie Zwicker and writing about his challenges to the official version of what happened at the W
Columnists
May 12, 2003

E-Petition Could Harm, Not Help

Last week’s e-mail petition to “save” Amina Lawal, a Nigerian woman sentenced to death by stoning, may do more harm than good. Contemptuous e-mails from Western sources merely inflame
Columnists
May 5, 2003

P3 Hospitals Could Spell Disaster

This year, the Ontario government is pushing ahead stubbornly with its Brampton and Ottawa “P3” arrangements — the friendly little nickname for “public-private partnerships.’
Columnists
Apr 6, 2003

Warts and All

The UN is more relevant than ever. A huge, lumpy, shapeless beast, rather like five elephants hidden under a canvas, it’s far too vast, mysterious and shifting to grasp at a glance. Most people,

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