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Hot Topics: 9-11 remembrance ceremonies help us heal

Hot Topics: 9-11 remembrance ceremonies help us heal

Commemorating the loss of 9-11 helps survivors live with their trauma, a researcher says.

Hot Topics: Provincial election is “a nail biter”

Hot Topics: Provincial election is “a nail biter”

This fall’s election is between the Tax Man, the Cuts Man and the third option, says the instructor of Brock’s “Politics of Ontario” course.

Hot Topics: Canada Post strike could reduce reliance on snail mail

Hot Topics: Canada Post strike could reduce reliance on snail mail

The strike could accelerate what is already an eventuality: a gradual decline of Canada Post.

Hot Topics: The age of Twitter

Hot Topics: The age of Twitter

Scott Henderson discusses how Twitter has changed the way we communicate.

Hot Topics: Angela James to be inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame

Hot Topics: Angela James to be inducted into Hockey Hall of Fame

At last, female hockey players are inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. But is that a good or bad thing?

Hot Topics: Mastering the municipal election

Hot Topics: Mastering the municipal election

It’s too bad more people don’t pay attention to municipal elections, David Siegel says. They’re the ones that hit closest to home.

Hot Topics: Ontario court strikes down prostitution laws

Hot Topics: Ontario court strikes down prostitution laws

Canada’s current laws make the lives of female sex workers disproportionately more dangerous, Prof. Margot Francis says.

Hot Topic: U.S. withdrawal from Iraq

Hot Topic: U.S. withdrawal from Iraq

The withdrawal of troops from Iraq was inevitable, says Brock expert Paul Hamilton. Especially in an election year.

Hot Topic: Drinking and hot weather

Hot Topic: Drinking and hot weather

Dan Malleck discusses recent media reports about warm temperatures and alcohol consumption.

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