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  • Older AlcoholicsReuel S. Amdur
    November 19, 2014

    Between 6 and 10% of seniors are estimated to have an alcohol problem. Metabolizing alcohol is more difficult for seniors, so an amount that was not a problem when younger may be one now, especially in the case of women.

  • Omar Khadr faces phony justiceReuel S. Amdur
    August 13, 2010

    The kangaroos have come home to roost, at last. Eight years after Omar Khadr was captured in Afghanistan, his trial has begun, but the beginning is far from auspicious because the military judge has agreed to admit coerced confessions.

  • Omar Khadr's lawyer Denis Edney speaks in Toronto Scott Stockdale
    June 22, 2015

    When Canada stood alone as the only western country that refused to request the return of one of its citizens - Omar Khadr - from Guantanamo Bay, the Harper government was in effect sending Americans the message that they could do whatever they wanted with 15-year-old Mr. Khadr, according to his lawyer Denis Edney.

  • Omar Khadr, a Canadian tragedy Steven Zhou
    August 13, 2010

    Among all the instances of human suffering in the world, it impossible to say that one is more important than all the rest; however, it is possible for an issue to have a particularly visceral effect on a person in ways that other issues do not. This effect is usually facilitated by a catalyst that intensifies feelings of disgust and anger toward the issue.

  • Ombudsman in need of an OmbudsmanReuel S. Amdur
    February 21, 2017

    Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé issued a hard-hitting report on his organization's investigation of short-comings of the Ministry of Community and Social Services in its handling of the situations of the mentally deficient. He found "a baffling lack of flexibility from officials at the top." Well, the ancient Romans had a word for it. "De te fabula narrantur." That's your story. Let me explain.

  • On claims of Palestinian anti-Semitism The Economist
    October 15, 2011

    Robert Berstein is one of the founding figures of Human Rights Watch, and for the last several years he's been criticising the group he helped found for what he says is an anti-Israeli bias. Today he has an op-ed in the Washington Post that extends the indictment, rather more plausibly, to the United Nations.

  • On Egypt and Sisi, Zewail speaks for meDr. Mohamed Elmasry
    November 18, 2014

    "When Mohamed Morsi was elected president of Egypt in 2012, many in the country, including me, were hopeful that he would become a democratic president for all Egyptians," said Dr. Ahmed Zewail, the Egyptian-born American Nobel Laureate in Chemistry in his recent Los Angeles Times' op-ed, "Unfortunately, his presidency quickly became a proxy for the Muslim Brotherhood, and under his leadership the country was driven to the edge of civil war. Millions took to the streets on June 30, 2013, to demand change and greater stability for Egypt."

  • On Egypt'13 and Algeria'91 Dr. Mohamed Nekili
    September 22, 2013

    The events unfolding before our eyes in Egypt remind me of what happened in my home country Algeria.

  • On Egypt: To my Canadian friendsThe Canadian Charger
    September 8, 2013

    As a practicing Muslim Egyptian Canadian (now living in Cairo), I urge you to consider that living in Canada and especially if you do not have roots in Egypt, you may have been lead to believe that the recent Egyptian people's decision to remove the deposed President of Egypt was in some way about Islam.

  • On Express Entry - Immigration to CanadaEdward C. Corrigan and Selvin Mejia
    August 26, 2018

    On January 1, 2015 the Federal Conservatives introduced significant changes to Canada's economic immigration program. Formerly called the Skilled Worker program the new program was re-branded as Express Entry which included Skilled Workers, the Federal Skilled Trades program, and the In-Canada Experience Program. Canada modelled its revamped economic immigration program on New Zealand's.

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