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Why Lance Armstrong’s “enough is enough” argument for giving up the fight against drug allegations is an insult to each and every person who has taken strength from his Livestrong efforts. Continue reading
Why the citizens of Toronto need to learn the story of Montreal’s Daniel Desrochers in light of the innocent victims of the Eaton Centre alleged-drug-related shootings. Continue reading