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  • Toronto becomes a war zone Steven Zhou
    July 1, 2010

    Photo by Miriam Kim. Monday, 29th of June 2010, located on University Avenue on West Dundas Street. An innocent man who was riding his bicycle was passing through and the officer was gripping his arm and forcing him off the street. The officer was yelling in his ears as the innocent cyclist was smiling and being obedient to the officer's demands.

  • Toronto cuts programs for students living in poverty Scott Stockdale
    July 2, 2013

    Since 1998, the Ontario government has provided funding so school boards across Ontario can offer programs and support for students from low-income families - the Learning Opportunities Grant (LOG). But Boards of Education re-direct much of this funding to other underfunded priorities, according to Lesley Johnston, Policy and Research Analyst at Social Planning Toronto.

  • Toronto's Rumi FestScott Stockdale
    November 10, 2010

    A sold out crowd of 750 people attended the opening night of a two-night Rumi Fest, recently in Toronto, to celebrate the works of 11th century poet Mevlana Jelaluddin Rumi (1207-1273), the best selling poet in America today.

  • Torture and Justice, American StyleDr. Mohamed Elmasry
    June 29, 2009

    “I could see them, dragged naked along the concrete corridor,” reported the 18-year-old boy.

  • Torture as Foreign Policy: the Omar Khadr DecisionGail Davidson LLB
    February 18, 2010

    The decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in the Omar Khadr[1] case, which implies that remedies to prevent torture and punish perpetrators are a privilege to be granted or withheld at the pleasure of the Prime Minister, is wrong.

  • Torture at GuantánamoReuel S. Amdur
    October 15, 2011

    Doctors, psychologists, and other mental health professionals either turned a blind eye to evidence of torture at Guantánamo or actively assisted. That is what Doctors Vincent Iacopino and Stephen Xenakis found in a review of records for nine prisoners. Their findings are published in PLoS Medicine.

  • Torture in the 21st CenturyCraig Murray
    August 29, 2012

    On Monday 30 July at 11am on Radio 4 there will be a BBC radio programme entitled "Torture in the 21st Century", presented by John Sweeney. I was interviewed extensively for it, though I don't know how much of my interview will feature. I shall be in Ghana then and iPlayer does not work abroad, so if anybody has the technical ability to make a sound file and send it to me, I should be grateful.

  • Tory Immigration Snake OilReuel S. Amdur
    December 2, 2012

    It was some years ago when Bill Davis was Premier of Ontario that I attended a program put on by Toronto Muslims to acquaint people, thought to be of authority or influence, with the Muslim community and its wants and needs. I was invited because I was the Unitarian in a group representative of the various religions working on a broadly based book of prayers and readings for the Toronto Board of Education, a book to replace the sole reliance on the Lord's Prayer in opening exercises in the schools.

  • Tough conversations build better neighbours The Canadian Charger
    March 11, 2015

    Most neighbours, even good ones, aren't usually willing to take on raw-nerve issues that could potentially generate misunderstanding, bewilderment or fear. Just try mentioning "terrorism," "radicalization," or "jihadist" as topics for a friendly discussion.

  • Touring the New Suez Canal made me proudProf. Dr. Mohamed Elmasry
    December 24, 2014

    I made a point to tour the construction site of the New Suez Canal during my recent visit to my birth country. I am glad I did.

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