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Rick Salutin is a Canadian novelist, playwright and critic. He is a strong advocate of left wing causes and writes a regular column in the Globe and Mail.
America is known for embracing action and pragmatism versus "theory." But when an enemy actually strikes — hurricanes or mass murderers — it goes limp and turns to the Lord
The Ken Burns documentary has multiple perspectives and lays them out almost randomly, not bothering to reconcile them or even segue between. That jibes with my own experience at the time.
The four candidate vying for the leadership of the national party provided feeble answers to that question.
Is Justin Trudeau NAFTA expectations a fantasy wish list destined for side deals, or are the talks simply a hoax to hoodwink Donald Trump?
Pope Francis's revelation that he'd seen a psychoanalyst decades ago comes at a time of renewed attack on Freud.
There’s an endless appetite for rescue scenes, but little emphasis on what caused the tragedy, and what could have been done to prevent it
The U.S. president lacks the control and detachment to do lasting, structural harm, which any non-trivial destroyer requires.
But no matter how many numbers Freeland plucks to show the economy's mighty growth in the free trade years, in those same years, most people's lives have hardened.
Is it possible that tourism has reached the end of its life cycle, like, possibly, zoos? Residents in big tourist cities react a lot like animals in cages: pacing, then snarling.