PHILADELPHIA -- After more than a year of campaigning, more than a decade in politics and more than a generation of public service, the challenge for Hillary Rodham Clinton is clear, great and urgent: can she present a new, different, compelling face to Americans?
Catherine Sutton, a First Nations woman, fought the law and the law lost.
Today, 65 Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and 11 will die from it.
Our readers write about the new police headquarters, disabled parking spaces and need fir a south Niagara hospital.
Two weeks after wrapping opening expert testimony, the all-party panel of MPs tasked with investigating alternatives to Canada's first past the post voting system is to reconvene Monday. Here's hoping they've managed to recharge their mental batteries, as the preliminary witness list suggests they'll be wading into the deep end of political theory.
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In the wake of its tentative deal with Premier Kathleen Wynne's government on a new contract covering doctors' fees for the next four years, the Ontario Medical Association is fighting a civil war within its own ranks.
Or readers write about parched city trees and the risk of motorboats returning to the Welland Recreational Canal. Plus a thanks to life-savers.
Our readers write about parched boulevard trees and motorboats on the Welland Recreational Canal.