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Why it’s important to remember the ‘Christ’ in Christmas

Earlier this week, my Postmedia Network colleague Lorne Gunter (who typically appears on the opposite page) wrote a column with the headline ‘Christmas is for everyone, so let’s celebrate … [Read More...]

Mochrie Gets Laughs The Lazy Way

Leaside improv comedian Colin Mochrie makes getting on stage without a script look easy. “It’s the best job for lazy people,” he said over the phone from Red Bank, New Jersey, where he’s currently … [Read More...]

Compassion Lost?

St. John the Compassionate Mission hasn’t been receiving much compassion lately. First, the charitable organization learned a new garbage collection fee for non-profit organizations would threaten … [Read More...]

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