• McBurney Park splash pad shut down just days after grand opening
    The splash pad was forced to close due to a plumbing failure, just three days after it opened to the public.
    Jun 1, 2023
  • Rick Zamperin’s Week 1 NFL picks: Bills blast off, Brady’s Bucs debut spoiled
    The 2020 National Football League season kicks off Thursday night and there are a handful of intriguing matchups in Week 1 that will keep fans entertained.
    Sep 10, 2020
  • Down they go: Gators, Trojans, contenders and Top 25 unbeatens falling victim to upsets
    What a tough day to be a highly ranked team.
    Oct 27, 2012
  • How Gary Doer won over America while disputing that Obama lost Canada
    WASHINGTON - It's noon on a typically steamy August day in the U.S. capital, and Gary Doer strides into a Capitol Hill restaurant looking every inch the man who's "living the dream" — an expression he often uses gleefully to describe his job as Canada's ambassador.
    Aug 17, 2012
  • 3 major cases before Lethbridge courts Monday
    A preliminary trial for 40-year-old Lucien Crane Chief, the man accused in the second-degree murder of Cynthia Badarm. began Monday.
    Nov 23, 2015
  • Time for Canada to hit Trump with the strategic schmooze reserve
    Stephen Schwarzman is the right guy for Canada to be talking with, especially as we deal with what will be the first item on the bilateral agenda: trade.
    Jan 24, 2017
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  • Corus Radio, Global News team up with Longo’s for April Foods Day
    Join Corus personalities on April Foods Day at Longo's locations across the Greater Toronto Area.
    Mar 30, 2017
  • Assaults, threats on Toronto parking officers on the rise
    Brian Moniz, a parking enforcement supervisor, said a change in enforcement strategy may be playing a role in the rise.
    Mar 30, 2017
  • How Trump’s (justified) attack on Syria could make life very hard for all of us
    Whenever two nuclear-armed countries are in conflict or near to it, of course, the worst-case scenario is very bad indeed.
    Apr 7, 2017
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  • A few modest proposals for how Canada’s Conservatives can come back and win
    The progressive message of the NDP or Liberals is a fundamentally grim one: to varying degrees at varying times, the message is "Things are bad, but we can fix them for you."
    Apr 26, 2017
  • Toronto Airbnb host speaks out after $21,000 theft
    A Toronto man said he found his home ransacked – and missing an estimated $21,000 worth of valuables – after hosting Airbnb guests who weren't who he thought they were.
    Mar 29, 2017
  • She’s a flying death machine, but she’s beautiful
    Abraham Wald's contribution to the war effort came to mind as I rested my hand against the side of the Sentimental Journey's fuselage.
    Jul 19, 2017
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  • I am really glad someone was a jerk to millennials before I had to be
    I've had to wrench the silver spoon I was born with from my mouth to write this column.
    Jul 12, 2017
  • Well, I guess it’s not quite as bad as the Cuban Missile Crisis
    Something has gone very seriously wrong in America. We may bitterly disagree on what is happening and who is to blame, but surely we can all agree it is terrible to watch.
    May 17, 2017
  • Democracy needs strong journalism. This law will help us bring that to you
    Many Canadians probably believe that Canadian journalists, like their American counterparts, already have a clearly established right to protect the identity of a source who supplies them with information. The opposite is true.
    Jun 14, 2017
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  • Ontario woman who gave water to pigs headed to slaughter compared to Gandhi, Mandela at trial
    A Toronto woman who gave water to pigs on a truck headed to slaughter committed an act of kindness similar to when people gave water to Jews transported on cattle trains during the Holocaust, her lawyer said in closing arguments at her trial Thursday.
    Mar 9, 2017
  • ‘Filth City’ movie inspired by ex-Toronto mayor Rob Ford’s crack scandal
    "These are people that want to make a profit off someone's illness," said Rob Ford's brother, Doug, to Global News.
    Mar 8, 2017
  • Roy Green: Lawful firearms owners are an easy target
    We haven't been able to conduct rational and reasoned debate on the issue of legal gun ownership, Roy Green says.
    Mar 23, 2018
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  • The only surprise in Milo Yiannopoulos’ flameout was how fast it happened
    Four days, ninety-six hours. That's how long Milo Yiannopoulos lasted as part of the mainstream American political dialogue.
    Feb 22, 2017
  • At least Trudeau didn’t elbow anyone in the boob this time
    The prime minister seems to have endless faith in his own charisma and charm. It often works, but when it doesn't, it's horrible.
    Oct 18, 2017
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