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The Stephen Harper we thought we knew
David J. Climenhaga | This is the neo-Con modus operandi: manufacture a fake "crisis" and move swiftly to "resolve" it while the opposition is still trying to remember where the facts were filed.
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NDP Leader Jack Layton
David J. Climenhaga | Can you imagine an election result that shows the Conservatives still in a minority, but the NDP holding 83 seats in Parliament? It could happen.
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Bill Wittur | We can resist increasing Internet service costs in Canada by cancelling and boycotting services connected with the companies behind them. Here's how to cut down your use of Bell Canada or BCE Inc.
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rabble staff | The Toronto Star has picked up Rick Salutin's weekly column and his first column was published last week.
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David J. Climenhaga | NADBank numbers may not be as good news as newspapers suggest.
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Nick Fillmore | Clearly this new hybrid Globe is mostly about marketing. The content is massaged to appeal to an upscale demographic that has the bucks to buy the posh products featured in its pages.
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Elizabeth Littlejohn | We must speak in defence of the dismissal of Rick Salutin, in support of a progressive mayor, and against the passing of C-36, and the final round of CETA, now.
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David J. Climenhaga | The Globe needs to issue a statement that clears the air before we all remove its iPhone app!
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David J. Climenhaga | A bizarre editorial in the weekend Globe and Mail hails the profound wisdom of the Thomson family's noble pursuit of "the greater good and their own admirable gain."
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David J. Climenhaga | Don't rush out and buy health insurance on the strength of this public opinion poll.
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Dave Coles | Dave Coles responds to Globe and Mail columnist Marcus Gee who blames the massive security overkill at the Toronto summit on a handful of fringe groups.
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Nick Fillmore | Reporters at the country's most prominent business news publication, the Globe's Report on Business, are at it again -- distorting an important issue: the possible sale of Ontario Crown corporations.