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- First Peoples Deserve More than Victoria Day Second Billing
- Capping the Forest City Until October 2014 Makes No Sense
- Boston Coverage — Not the Death of Media, but the End of ‘First’ Era
- It’s Time for London to Join the Party — and Send in its RSVPs Early
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- Heritage Should be More than a Location, it Should be a Celebration
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Category Archives: Politics
The petition to add natives to Victoria Day is well-intentioned but misguided. Canadian First People deserve better than second billing, and a new holiday must be part of a larger awareness and education campaign. Continue reading
Why it may be time for London’s municipal system to embrace party politics. And why those thinking of running in October 2014 should declare their intent now, so citizens can make a better-informed choice. Continue reading
By accepting our psychological desire to resist disagreement and associate only with those with whom we agree, we run the risk of undervaluing ideas and people who don’t share our views. Continue reading
How the successful resurrection of London, Ontario’s historic African Methodist Episcopal Church should serve as a cautionary tale about the need to not just recognize our history, but to actively celebrate it. Continue reading