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Nick Fillmore | A new report asking the federal government for $350 million to prop up Canada's newspapers is out of step with the times.
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Penney Kome | The Globe and Mail's "Unfounded" marks a media milestone, something that would not have been possible even two years ago.
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Rafe Mair | The Globe's Gary Mason gives Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson hell and, by extension, all of us, for being overly proud and concerned about our coastline and other beauties we cherish, says Rafe Mair.
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John Miller | Her plagiarism is the least of The Globe and Mail's problems. The rot goes to the top.
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Yves Engler | Geoffrey York has done important work detailing Kagame's government violence, but Canadian columnist Gerald Caplan has justified its repression and echoed Kigali's position on regional conflicts.
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David J. Climenhaga | The budget tabled yesterday afternoon by Finance Minister Joe Ceci is unique in recent Alberta history.
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Matthew Hays | A few thoughts on the strange phenomenon of editorial political endorsements -- and memories of the time the Globe and Mail gave one of its writers a chance to pen a dissenting editorial.
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H.G. Watson | The Globe and Mail and Unifor Local 87-M will return to the bargaining table July 8, after 93 per cent of employees vote in favour of a strike if an agreement cannot be reached.
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Meghan Murphy | Ian Brown argues that it is natural for older men to sexualize young women. Meghan Murphy responds.
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Pierre Beaudet et François Cyr | Lutter pour changer l’État fédéral n’est pas contradictoire avec une insertion dans le mouvement social et national québécois, au contraire.
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Brian Topp | The Globe cheekily headlined on Saturday that Mr. Layton had taken Liberal-Tory corporate tax cuts “off the table.” Was there more to the story?