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Dolighan Feb. 20

Dolighan Feb. 20

Tim Dolighan
Letters to the Editor, Feb. 20

Letters to the Editor, Feb. 20

LISTEN TO CANADIANS Re “Is God the next victim of anthem political correctness?” (Mark Bonokoski, Feb. 2): The new change in our national anthem shows how little Justin Trudeau and the Liberal
Game Day: Panthers at Maple Leafs

Game Day: Panthers at Maple Leafs

FLORIDA PANTHERS at TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS Tuesday, 7 p.m., Air Canada Centre, TV: Sportsnet Ontario, Radio: 1050 AM THE BIG MATCHUP Jonathan Huberdeau vs. Morgan Rielly It’s probable the top-five picks
Full Court Press: Raps’ DeRozan had a shot at all-star MVP in hometown

Full Court Press: Raps’ DeRozan had a shot at all-star MVP in hometown

LOS ANGELES — Had a few more bounces gone his way, a few more attempts gone in late for his team, DeMar DeRozan could have been the first Raptors player ever named all-star MVP. “You just want to
Josh Donaldson shuts down contract extension talks with Blue Jays

Josh Donaldson shuts down contract extension talks with Blue Jays

DUNEDIN — Last Thursday, Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson came bounding into the reception area at the club’s spring training office complex to see general manager Ross Atkins. But before
‘I’m proud of them’: All-star game love-fest for Raptors

‘I’m proud of them’: All-star game love-fest for Raptors

LOS ANGELES — Dwane Casey was having a quick chat a couple of hours before the 2018 NBA all-star game, when a couple of familiar faces rolled up. It was his two Toronto Raptors all-stars, DeMar
‘IT’S LIKE PLAYING IN F—ING SIBERIA’: Toronto FC, Rapids brave frigid temperatures ahead of Champions League opener

‘IT’S LIKE PLAYING IN F—ING SIBERIA’: Toronto FC, Rapids brave frigid temperatures ahead of Champions League opener

DENVER – Sebastian Giovinco exited the dressing room, took a few steps and did what his teammates likely wanted to do: He headed back inside as temperatures dropped to -9C in the Denver area. The
LEVY: It’s a King-sized headache for retailers

LEVY: It’s a King-sized headache for retailers

It’s been three months and so far, the social engineering experiment on King St. has done a far better job of decreasing business than streetcar travel times. The city’s latest results of the King St.
GTA warned that rainfall may lead to flooding

GTA warned that rainfall may lead to flooding

Get ready for a soggy week, Toronto. Heavy rainfall combined with warmer temperatures — which means melting snow and ice — could create havoc in the GTA with swollen rivers, ponding on roads and
LEVY: Toronto’s cops need to give it a rest

LEVY: Toronto’s cops need to give it a rest

Look, I’ll be the first to promote the Toronto Police and the work they do — especially putting themselves in the line of fire. And no one in the media was more outraged last summer when Pride Toronto
PARKIN: Monopolies may have an evil twin who’s stealing your paycheque

PARKIN: Monopolies may have an evil twin who’s stealing your paycheque

Monopoly. We’ve all played the old board game, we all understand the concept. A monopoly dominates the supply of a good or service. It’s a price-gouger. In the board game, when one player owns all the
MALKIN: Science, secrecy and lies in Oklahoma

MALKIN: Science, secrecy and lies in Oklahoma

As the Oklahoma attorney general’s office fights to keep hidden from public view the results of secret hearings on the DNA science flaws and falsehoods in former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel
Leafs’ trio of youngsters buckling down at the right time

Leafs’ trio of youngsters buckling down at the right time

No, Mike Babcock, you were not mistaken. When you surmised following the Maple Leafs’ victory against the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday night that Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner and William Nylander were
Murder victim gunned down in Brampton

Murder victim gunned down in Brampton

Detectives are investigating after a man was killed in a Brampton shooting Monday afternoon. Peel Regional Police were called to a residence around 2:30 p.m. at Vodden St. and Cumberland Dr. where the
AGAR: Amazing that some think Brown has no right to defend himself

AGAR: Amazing that some think Brown has no right to defend himself

Patrick Brown, former leader of the PC Party of Ontario has a right to defend himself. Amazingly some people seem to think otherwise. Political and media commentators have made the argument recently
Man faces charges after argument with woman leads to standoff with cops in Burlington

Man faces charges after argument with woman leads to standoff with cops in Burlington

BURLINGTON — A man faces charges of uttering threats and dangerous driving after an argument at a wedding reception in Milton on Sunday night led to an overnight standoff at a home in nearby

Regulation urged to protect kids from entertainers with criminal pasts

Linda Beaudoin was outside the College Park courthouse when alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur, a former mall Santa Claus, appeared in court. The Mississauga woman has resurrected her campaign for
Funny, moving Come From Away a memorable night at the theatre

Funny, moving Come From Away a memorable night at the theatre

COME FROM AWAY **** (4 out of 5) Royal Alex Theatre TORONTO — Yes, there are second chances. If you missed Come From Away when it touched down in Toronto last year (en route to Broadway), you have
BONOKOSKI: Doug Ford tears a page from Donald Trump’s script book

BONOKOSKI: Doug Ford tears a page from Donald Trump’s script book

Donald Trump has turned self-marketing into an art form, and this came long before he moved into the White House. The Art of the Deal is an old book, and Trump Tower has been on Manhattan’s Fifth

Toronto firefighter who mysteriously turned up in California returns home

TORONTO — The president of the union representing Toronto’s firefighters says a fire captain who was found in California after vanishing from a New York state ski slope is back in Canada. Frank