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The Toronto Star building, photographed in 2010. (Image: petmutt/Flickr)
John Miller | Jordan Bitove and Paul Rivett, the Star's new owners, say "we believe in news" and that their ownership will ensure a future for "world-class journalism." That remains to be seen.
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Kim Elliott | Would you take a few minutes to fill out our 2020 reader survey?
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David J. Climenhaga | Canadian nurses have been warning for years about the deteriorating situation in long-term care, and the potential for catastrophe.
Blog
Screenshot from video filmed from inside workers' living quarters at a farm near Leamington, Ontario. (Image: Video Screenshot/j4mw/YouTube)
Jade Guthrie | The pandemic has shown just how essential agricultural workers are. Permanent status must be extended to ensure their safety, particularly as they risk their lives working on the frontline.
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | rabble's latest webinar focused on strategies for the way forward during COVID-19. Listen to our panelists share their perspectives.
News
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Chelsea Nash | Canadian grocery store workers and their unions are concerned about the looming prospect of their temporary wage increase coming to an end.
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Transmission electron micrograph of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles, isolated from a patient. (Image: NIAID/Flickr)
David Suzuki | The outbreak is showing us the cracks in our systems, the fault lines. If we begin to address them, we'll be in a better place to respond to the longer-term climate and biodiversity crises.
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Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage, at left. Image: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | "Now is a great time to be building a pipeline because you can't have protests of more than 15 people," Savage told a podcaster at the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors.
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Toby Sanger | Even in a pandemic, many fortunate Canadians will still be able to file their taxes with virtual support. Low-income Canadians who don't have access to these resources will have a much harder time.
Columnists
President Donald J. Trump, joined by Vice-President Mike Pence, participates in roundtable meeting with restaurant executives and industry leaders Monday, May 18, 2020. Image: The White House/Flickr
Duncan Cameron | The easing of international tensions between the U.S. and China would in normal times be the job of international institutions such as the UN and G20. But Trump times are not normal times.
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Matthew DiMera | Will you tune in tonight as we bring you the third webinar in our COVID-19 series?
News
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Karl Nerenberg | Seems like a great victory, until you remember that Canada is a federal country, and, except for a few federally regulated sectors, most Canadian workers are governed by provincial labour laws.