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Editorial: Ban on religious symbols retrograde

François Legault’s first Inaugural Address as premier was both encouraging and disappointing.

Editorial: We must protect collective bargaining and the right to strike
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Editorial: We must protect collective bargaining and the right to strike

History has shown that employers who believe governments will impose back-to-work legislation, will use this as an undeclared bargaining tool.

Editorial: Lessons to be learned from the Pittsburgh massacre
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Editorial: Lessons to be learned from the Pittsburgh massacre

This tragedy made us shudder. We had thought the senseless murder of Jews was a thing of the past.

Editorial: We are concerned but hope Quebec’s new regime will listen
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Editorial: We are concerned but hope Quebec’s new regime will listen

We are outsiders looking in, and that represents a huge challenge, for our community and the new government.

Editorial: Even with their faults, Liberals are preferable to the alternative
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Editorial: Even with their faults, Liberals are preferable to the alternative

Most of us understand that at least some of these promises are not worth the paper they are printed on. So how to decide?

Editorial: Boycotting U.S. goods and services will get us nowhere
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Editorial: Boycotting U.S. goods and services will get us nowhere

Many Canadians are rightly unhappy with the U.S. treatment of asylum seekers, separating parents and young children, and putting the latter behind bars.

Editorial: Ottawa has no business taking over Kinder-Morgan pipeline
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Editorial: Ottawa has no business taking over Kinder-Morgan pipeline

We are disappointed that the Liberal government caved when U.S.-controlled Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. presented its April 8 ultimatum April, essentially a form of corporate blackmail.

Editorial: Racial profiling by Montreal police has got to stop
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Editorial: Racial profiling by Montreal police has got to stop

We all have friends, family, and neighbours who know about that ugly phenomenon known as “driving while black.” It refers to police in Montreal, and other areas of Quebec and North America, stopping young men of colour driving nice cars, based on the idea that the two are incompatible, and […]

Editorial: Something-for-everyone budget boosts public services
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Editorial: Something-for-everyone budget boosts public services

With an obvious eye to the Quebec election scheduled for October, the provincial Liberals have presented a budget that should go a long way toward solidifying their standing among traditional voters

Editorial: Mount Royal must revert to its original parkland role
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Editorial: Mount Royal must revert to its original parkland role

It takes courage and vision to introduce changes and we congratulate Mayor Valérie Plante and her administration for some of the measures they’ve introduced in their first hundred days in office, though not necessarily with the way they’ve done it.