Your cover story for March 25 (“Parole on trial”) asks the question: should convicted killers be allowed to rejoin society? My answer is unequivocally no, they should have been hanged long ago to save the rest of their unsuspecting and trusting victims, and their families who have suffered since.
In a community famous for its turf wars, it took an ultimatum from above to create some common ground. In August, 1994, Nova Scotia Education Minister John MacEachern called a meeting of the presidents of the province’s 13 universities. His message was a simple one.
For many Canadians, the only thing worse than the annual ritual of filing an income tax return is the prospect of being audited by Revenue Canada and slapped with a hefty tax bill and penalty. The odds of that happening are small for individual taxpayers, but they may soon increase.By SHIRLEY WON6 min
Doug Peters has gone from the bank towers of Toronto to the House of Commons—but recently he has been running into a lot of his old friends from Bay Street. Peters spent 26 years as chief economist for the Toronto-Dominion Bank, before retiring in 1992 to run for the federal Liberals.
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