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Tag Archives: violence
On December 6th, we must ensure that the names of the 14 women who lost their lives in one of Canada’s greatest horrors are never forgotten. Continue reading
Guns exist only to kill. That, in itself, is reason enough to ban them, but with the recent high-profile violence gun incidents in Toronto and Denver, it’s time for Canada to step up, take the lead, and ban guns outright. Continue reading
My inability to separate Chris Brown, the so-called man, from Chris Brown, the artist when I so readily do so for other convicted and alleged criminal artists reveals my hypocrisy when it comes to appreciating art for art’s sake. 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