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Vaping’s uncool? My lungs don’t care about your fashion tips

Vaping’s uncool? My lungs don’t care about your fashion tips

Dismissing e-cigarettes as ‘uncool’ ignores the health benefits the devices offer to legions of smokers
Opinion: Police should be welcome to march in uniform for Pride

Opinion: Police should be welcome to march in uniform for Pride

Welcoming uniformed officers is an opportunity to show the tolerance so long denied LGBTQ+ people
Column: In an age of populism, ain’t it great to be Canadian?

Column: In an age of populism, ain’t it great to be Canadian?

In an increasingly tense West, Canada is a bastion of democratic values
Column: Should doctors have the right to refuse you?

Column: Should doctors have the right to refuse you?

When a physician has a moral objection to a particular treatment, where does that leave patients?
Is the opposition ready to topple Wynne?

Is the opposition ready to topple Wynne?

The Liberals are foundering, again, but time will tell if the NDP and the PCs can mount an effective challenge
Column: Serving today’s patients with yesterday’s health system isn’t working

Column: Serving today’s patients with yesterday’s health system isn’t working

There’s a demographic wave coming and it’s a race to see if we can re-orient our health-care system before that wave breaks
Column: Thankfully, council sends fire proposal back to the drawing board

Column: Thankfully, council sends fire proposal back to the drawing board

While the goal of the plan is admirable, a fix for the fire service still needs more tinkering
Column: No, councillor, we do not need a referendum

Column: No, councillor, we do not need a referendum

We should be skeptical of politicians who bang the drums of populism
A real column about fake news

A real column about fake news

Sussing out trustworthy stories isn’t as hard as some might think
Column: More than ever, democracy needs us to keep our wits sharp

Column: More than ever, democracy needs us to keep our wits sharp

Support for extreme right-wing thinking flies in the face of everything Western democracies were founded upon