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Marcus Gee

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The Ford-Taverner affair isn't over
Ontario Premier still has lots of questions to answer about his friend and the OPP

By MARCUS GEE
Saturday, March 9, 2019 – Page A17

-- Ron Taverner fell on his sword. The Toronto cop said this week he would no longer seek to lead the Ontario Provincial Police. Good. The well-justified uproar over his appointment by the Progressive...  FULL STORY 

The Doug Ford-Ron Taverner affair isnít over
The Ontario Premier still has lots of questions to answer about his friend and the OPP

By Marcus Gee
Friday, March 8, 2019

The Ontario Premier still has lots of questions to answer about his friend and the OPP   FULL STORY 

Doug Ford wrote me an e-mail
Premier's fundraising pitches say a lot about his buck-a-beer brand of populism

By Marcus Gee
Saturday, March 2, 2019 – Page A15

-- I''ve been getting a lot of messages from Doug Ford lately.Mistaking me for a potential donor to his party, he has been bombarding me with e-mails boasting about his accomplishments and asking...  FULL STORY 

Doug Ford wrote me an e-mail
The Premierís fundraising pitches say a lot of about his brand of populism

By Marcus Gee
Friday, March 1, 2019

The Premierís fundraising pitches say a lot of about his brand of populism  FULL STORY 

In Brantfordís opioid nightmare, a community sees more hopeful days ahead
A year of surging opioid deaths spurred this Ontario town to action. Now, signs of progress are appearing, though officials warn the crisis may be far from over

By Marcus Gee
Monday, February 25, 2019

A year of surging opioid deaths spurred this Ontario town to action. Now, signs of progress are appearing, though officials warn the crisis may be far from over  FULL STORY 

THE CHILDREN LEFT BEHIND
By Marcus Gee
Monday, February 25, 2019 – Page A11

-- Children are paying a heavy price for the drug-overdose epidemic. Some lose mothers or fathers to an overdose. Some go hungry or neglected because their parents suffer from addiction. Some are...  FULL STORY 

In Brantford's opioid nightmare, a community sees more hopeful days ahead
A year of surging overdose deaths spurred the Ontario city to action. Now, signs of progress are appearing, although officials warn that the battle to quell this epidemic has only just begun

By Marcus Gee
Monday, February 25, 2019 – Page A10

-- Canada's opioids epidemic rolled over this historic Southwestern Ontario city like the wave from a burst dam.The first ripples were felt a couple years ago. On a summer weekend in 2016, Brantford...  FULL STORY 

City should be delighted by Sidewalk's waterfront plans
Skeptics are hurling spitballs at a project that could help Toronto prepare for the future

By Marcus Gee
Saturday, February 23, 2019 – Page A19

-- Sometimes Sidewalk Labs must wonder why on Earth it ever came to Toronto.The Google offspring arrived in the city with a splash in 2017 when Waterfront Toronto chose it to create a 21st-century...  FULL STORY 

Toronto should be delighted, not dismayed, about Sidewalk Labsí waterfront plans
What could be bad about getting help building a long-awaited LRT?

By Marcus Gee
Friday, February 22, 2019

What could be bad about getting help building a long-awaited LRT?  FULL STORY 

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