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Ava Lightbody | The wild and wayward life of a tiny, disproportionately lively square of parkland in Toronto's west end has a lesson to teach us about the rewards of relinquishing control.
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | Our current government is so far behind the collective outpouring of our political will for greenhouse gas reduction that we are doing it ourselves, just as we marched as one on September 21.
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | Hope is resilient; power gained by disinformation is brittle and punitive. What Tim Hudak offers is not hope for a healthier democracy or more jobs. We can do better.
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | For Mayor Ford, and Ford Nation, if there is no such thing as good governance, then the desire to remain in power is enough if you are 'sincerely, sincerely, sincerely sorry' that you smoked crack.
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | Why is Porter, or any airline, allowed to expand its operations over treasured public assets -- our parks and lakes -- when it is duplicating international flights already provided by Pearson Airport?
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | Today, Friday, September 28, the whistle on the Ontario Northlander train will no longer sound as it travels a thousand kilometres through northeastern Ontario.