Nick Jean More than two years after her death, Gloria Taylor’s legal challenge is reaching its ultimate hearing. The Supreme Court of Canada will hear arguments Oct. 15 in Carter v. Canada, the lawsuit started by the British Columbia Civil Liberties Assocation on behalf of Taylor, Kathleen Carter, for whom the case got its name, and other plaintiffs.
Toronto pollsters barely agree | Create Infographics Nick Jean Since the doors closed on new candidates in Toronto’s mayoral race Sept. 12, Mainstreet Technologies and Forum Research are the only pollsters to release multiple surveys. John Tory leading the race with Doug Ford second and Olivia Chow third is the only thing upon which they
Predicting who will win the Literature and Peace Nobels is in general a crapshoot but the other four categories – Physiology and Medicine, Chemistry, Physics and Economics – have some science about them.
It seems almost assured that Canadian jets will soon be flying combat missions over Iraq as a part of an international effort to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the militant group ISIS following statements by Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Sept. 24.