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Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | September 10, 2018
U.S. President Donald Trump, pictured June 8, 2018, arriving at the airport in Bagotville, Que., for the G7 summit. Photograph courtesy of Global Affairs Canada
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | September 10, 2018
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | September 10, 2018
U.S. President Donald Trump, pictured June 8, 2018, arriving at the airport in Bagotville, Que., for the G7 summit. Photograph courtesy of Global Affairs Canada
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | August 13, 2018
Americans Lauren Geoghegan and her partner Jay Austin were killed in an ISIS-claimed attack on July 30 in Tajikstan. The couple set off on a year-long bike trip around the world in July 2017. Photograph courtesy of Facebook
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | August 13, 2018
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | August 13, 2018
Americans Lauren Geoghegan and her partner Jay Austin were killed in an ISIS-claimed attack on July 30 in Tajikstan. The couple set off on a year-long bike trip around the world in July 2017. Photograph courtesy of Facebook
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | August 6, 2018
Doug Ford, pictured Feb. 10, 2018, at the Manning Conference in Ottawa. Mr. Ford is sawing Toronto city council roughly in half and it doesn’t look like there’s a damn thing they can do about it, though doubtless legal challenges are being cooked up right now. The big KABOOM sent bodies scattering in the council rotunda, where your elected officials had until 7:30 p.m. to finish taking care of agenda business in their final conclave before the October election. The Hill Times photograph by Andew Meade
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | August 6, 2018
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | August 6, 2018
Doug Ford, pictured Feb. 10, 2018, at the Manning Conference in Ottawa. Mr. Ford is sawing Toronto city council roughly in half and it doesn’t look like there’s a damn thing they can do about it, though doubtless legal challenges are being cooked up right now. The big KABOOM sent bodies scattering in the council rotunda, where your elected officials had until 7:30 p.m. to finish taking care of agenda business in their final conclave before the October election. The Hill Times photograph by Andew Meade
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 30, 2018
Shrines of flowers and stuffed animals are fine. A community wants to express its sorrow when tragedies strike, although we’ve become so cynical that small gestures are often ridiculed as shallow sentimentality, writes Rosie DiManno. Photograph courtesy of Tess Sison
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 30, 2018
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 30, 2018
Shrines of flowers and stuffed animals are fine. A community wants to express its sorrow when tragedies strike, although we’ve become so cynical that small gestures are often ridiculed as shallow sentimentality, writes Rosie DiManno. Photograph courtesy of Tess Sison
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 30, 2018
Toronto police identified Faisal Hussain, the 29-year-old man who opened fire with a handgun in Toronto’s Greektown neighbourhood on July 22, left at least two dead, and injuring 13 others. Toronto police exchanged gunfire with the man who fled the area but was found dead in a nearby alley. It's unclear if he died by suicide or was killed by police. CBC screen capture image
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 30, 2018
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 30, 2018
Toronto police identified Faisal Hussain, the 29-year-old man who opened fire with a handgun in Toronto’s Greektown neighbourhood on July 22, left at least two dead, and injuring 13 others. Toronto police exchanged gunfire with the man who fled the area but was found dead in a nearby alley. It's unclear if he died by suicide or was killed by police. CBC screen capture image
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 24, 2018
Toronto Mayor John Tory meets with Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Border Security Minister Bill Blair, and Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders on Monday at city hall following the shooting in the Danforth on Sunday. Photograph courtesy of John Tory's Twitter
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 24, 2018
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 24, 2018
Toronto Mayor John Tory meets with Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Border Security Minister Bill Blair, and Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders on Monday at city hall following the shooting in the Danforth on Sunday. Photograph courtesy of John Tory's Twitter
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 16, 2018
Thing is, zero tolerance is a bludgeon, heedless of nuance and the often fraught, tangled, abstruse interplay between human beings. Now he’s been hoisted by his own immaculate petard, writes Rosie DiManno. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 16, 2018
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 16, 2018
Thing is, zero tolerance is a bludgeon, heedless of nuance and the often fraught, tangled, abstruse interplay between human beings. Now he’s been hoisted by his own immaculate petard, writes Rosie DiManno. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 10, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Toronto Mayor John Tory met on July 6 at city hall to talk about the recent wave of shootings across Toronto. Photograph courtesy of John Tory's Twitter
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 10, 2018
Opinion | BY ROSIE DIMANNO | July 10, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Toronto Mayor John Tory met on July 6 at city hall to talk about the recent wave of shootings across Toronto. Photograph courtesy of John Tory's Twitter