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The science of Santa, explained

Even since jolly ol’ St. Nick began his annual global sleigh trek across the sky, and slid into homes, people have been asking: how does he do it? I mean, how is it possible he can ...
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Genie in a pill bottle?

A Look at the Uninspiring History of Diet Pills If you haven’t gone on a diet this year, it’s a safe bet that your neighbor has. According to US statistics, some 100 million Americans ...
Alice’s very existence, paid as it was, said “this is work”.

The world needs less Cosby, and more Alice

As recent media coverage of Bill Cosby approaches the near saturation point, my mind keeps drifting back to this article I published in the Toronto Star almost 30 years ago (see below). ...
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Kosherlicious blends kosher and delicious

There was an all-you-can-eat kosher buffet in Toronto that gave Vegas a run for their money. Mazon Canada presented Kosherlicious, their annual fundraiser and food smorgasbord, bringing ...
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Insights & Influence with author Barrie Wilson

Barrie Wilson is a professor of humanities and religious studies at York University, Toronto. As an academic historian and philosopher of religion, he specializes in three centuries, ...
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ISRAEL ON CAMPUS: the good and the bad

Is all lost on university campus? Are students drowning in a cesspool of backward thinking and immoral instruction? At the University of California at Berklee this week, Ami Horowitz ...
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Insights & Influence with Michael Coren

Michael Coren is the host of The Arena, a nightly television show on Sun News – where he takes on social, moral, and religious issues and Canadian life and politics. For more ...
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Are gas prices tanking?

The gas chart finally favours the consumer. And retailers can celebrate. Remember those expensive gas prices in the summer?  Remember $1.40 gasoline? They are somewhat of a distant ...
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Lessons on working for free from “Garcia”

Last week Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz provoked outrage when he suggested young people should work for free in order to get experience. I wish Poloz had hired me to write his ...
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The Berlin Wall still haunts us to this day

Twenty-five years ago this week, the Berlin Wall began falling down. Up until then and for almost three decades, it cut a city, a people and indeed all of humanity, in two. From 1961 ...
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