Category Archive: Editorials

Thoughts and prayers won’t stop the gun violence

October 2020 Thoughts and prayers are all that our politicians really seem interested in doing to help solve the gun violence, mostly gang-related, plaguing our major cities, especially in Toronto. Sure, there are arrests made and guns seized, but these are on a level of tokenism. While arrests and seizures are certainly good, when these …

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Climate Hustle – A movie that presents the other side of the story, whether you want to hear it or not

October 2020 This film and its sequel Climate Hustle 2, certainly won’t change everyone’s mind. Whether you agree with Mark Marano or not, some take-always after watching this film: We can’t say the science is settled and that all scientists agree on climate change, because the film shows that plenty of reputable scientists disagree with …

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Her soul can finally rest

October 2020 On 15 October, Toronto Police made a stunning announcement in the decades-old murder case of 9 year-old Christine Jessop: they had positively identified her killer. Unfortunately her killer would never face justice, as he had committed suicide in 2015. Family friend and neighbour Calvin Hoover was identified through DNA evidence as the one …

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Hit them where it really hurts

October 2020 Police have recently announced numerous arrests and charges related to illegal street-racing and burn-out competitions in places like Wasaga Beach and the GTA. While this is a good thing, I have a better idea. Since the taxpayers are going to have to shoulder the costs for the court process, in addition to the …

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Is it too early for some schadenfreude?

Toronto Sun 3 October 2020 Masked Affair With the news that President Donald Trump has contracted the Chinese Communist Party coronoavirus, the usual anti-Trump crowd are dancing in the streets with glee, given Trump’s lax and dismissive attitude towards the wearing of masks. Now, I’m certainly not trying to be a Trump apologist here, but …

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Who is safe from the cancel mob?

October 2020 The danger of judging the past using today’s morals and standards. For the past several years, the “woke” crowd have been calling for the Stalinesque erasure of people from Canada’s past. Our first prime minister and father of confederation Sir John A. Macdonald has been a favourite target for his support of Indian …

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Have we finally learned our lesson?

September 2020 Re:  “Heading the lessons of COVID-19” (Toronto Sun Editorial, 20 Sept):  I suppose the good news is that we seem to have learned our lesson that masks are necessary in helping to contain the spread of the Chinese Communist Party Virus, despite what experts like Dr. Theresa Tam were telling us up to …

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The truth should matter, even if you don’t agree – The tragic death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet

September 2020 On 29 August, Toronto Sun’s Editor Emeritus Lorrie Goldstein published an column titled: “When police are accused of racism, facts don’t matter.” It recounted the extensive report issued by Ontario’s Special Investigation Unit into the death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet on 27 May 2020; a 29 year-old woman who fell to her death from …

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There’s blame to go around

September 2020 OK, while it’s debatable as to whether the “Bad Orange Man” south of the border was wrong in downplaying the seriousness of the pandemic in February, are the usual smug Canadian America-haters feeling the same way about their lord and saviour Justin Trudeau? It appears that Trudeau and Health Minister Patty Hadju were …

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“Ever get the feeling you’ve been cheated?”

August 2020 The great punk legend Johnny Rotten famously said this at the final Sex Pistols show at the Winterland in January 1978. For Rotten, he was done with the Sex Pistols. With the release of the Fraser Institute’s 2019 edition of the Canadian Consumer Tax Index, it’s now official that the average Canadian now …

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