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Law and Politics

Ontario Place: End of an Era

OK, I admit it…..  I paraphrased a Toronto Star headline for this post. So, after a presumably long and debated analysis, the Government of Ontario (who own and operate Ontario Place) have decided to appoint John Tory to revitalize the … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: Jack Layton (1950 – 2011)

In May of this year, I commented on the Federal Election and made specific reference to Jack Layton.  My thoughts expressed then are no less relevant today than they were in May, now that Canada is led by a Conservative … Continue reading

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Canada’s Federal Election (May 2, 2011)

Well, it’s the eve of another Federal Election in Canada, and I’m currently out of the country on business.  I only hope I make it home in time to mark my ballot for the 3rd time in seven years, as … Continue reading

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Photographer’s Rights – Part 2

In my October 6th post entitled “Photography in Public Places – Your Rights as a Photographer” I made mention of a run-in I had with a security guard at one of Toronto’s landmark office towers on September 30th. I was … Continue reading

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Photography in Public Places – Your Rights as a Photographer

Well, it finally happened. I had read about it time-and-time again (in magazines and all over the web), but had been fortunate to have never experienced it first hand – until last Sunday, that is…. What am I referring to? … Continue reading

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