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  • In a city of escapism and fun, a hateful nightmare

    Indeed, the first person who evidently warned law enforcement about Mateen, the young man who quite legally purchased one weapon after another at ...

  • Martha Muzychka: Stop talking, start listening

    This week I had the opportunity to attend a presentation by Jim Macnamara, a researcher who has been studying how organizations listen. Or not, ...

  • Martha Muzychka: When ordinary people do stupid things

    I look forward to the long weekend even though I am not a camper, willing to risk waking up in new fallen snow while shivering inside a tent. I’m ...

  • Martha Muzychka: Post-budget blues

    For days, every conversation I had seemed to focus on the budget — the conspicuously named deficit reduction levy, the HST increase, the ...

  • Radio show sparks painful conversation

    This week, that storyline came to a conclusion so shocking, it was a wonder you did not hear the collective shriek of countless listeners Sunday ...

  • Martha Muzychka: It's International Women's Day

    It has been variously associated with socialist politics, labour rights and suffrage, but these days, we look on March 8 as an opportunity ...

  • Waiting on spring

    Inspired, I look out my window and see snow, ice and yellow grasses. Looking further, I see the park and know if I get closer, I will see the ...

  • Spaniard’s Bay Top 10

    I was 16. It wasn’t a hard job, but it paid well. On my second day there, one of the staff asked me if I wanted to see a picture of his wife and ...

  • Immigration story repeats itself

    A group of immigrants — a large group, I should note — traverses thousands of kilometres across the globe and settles in a big city.The people in ...

  • More laughter, please

    It was actually more than a moment, and we weren’t ill or afraid. Rather, we were hopelessly convulsed with laughter. Why we were laughing so ...