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Queen’s Park and Gaza
When the Speaker decreed that keffiyehs were verboten at Queen’s Park, even Doug Ford agreed that that was a bad call. But that came in the midst of a hotly-contested by-election in the 905 — and now that it’s finished, so is his party’s long nightmare of uncharacteristic open-mindedness.
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#65 This Sh*t is Banana Cats
This month, Allison and Jonathan don their leotards and consider Ontario politics’ new experimental era.
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#64 Dougie Went a-Courtin’
Judicial independence is a foundational principle of Canadian democracy. Doug Ford sees it as an obstacle to be overcome.
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#63 Where the Wildfires Are
At this time of year, we’d normally pine for spring.
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#957 The Missing Piece for International Students
From cash cows to scapegoats, has there been a change in how we talk about international students?
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#62 Journey to the Centre of the Science
Doug Ford plans to uproot the Ontario Science Centre from the iconic Don Mills home it’s occupied since 1969. But what is the Science Centre other than its iconic Don Mills home?
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#61 Doug Ford vs. the Mayors
We surmised that Doug Ford would punish Toronto for picking Olivia Chow as its mayor. But if anything, he seems more sympathetic to the city and its issues than before. So what gives?
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#60 I Logged On to a Mining Ring of Fire
Until just a few years ago, staking a mining claim in Ontario demanded banging physical posts in the ground. Now, you can simply head online and click a square on a map.
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#933 Buffy Sainte-Marie: Coincidence or Likely Stories?
It was impossible to look away once CBC released the story and Fifth Estate documentary questioning Buffy Sainte-Marie’s Indigenous identity. How well did the CBC do in its reporting?
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#59 Doug Ford’s House of Horrors
Some say Queen’s Park is haunted. Others say it’s merely possessed by the Progressive Conservatives. Either way, there’s some spooky stuff going down.