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Marcus Gee

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Taverner cannot be Ontario’s top cop
Any suspicion that the police force might come under political influence puts the integrity of the justice system at risk.

By Marcus Gee
Sunday, January 13, 2019

Any suspicion that the police force might come under political influence puts the integrity of the justice system at risk.  FULL STORY 

A friend of the Premier should never be head of the OPP
Public suspicion that police might be influenced puts integrity of justice system at risk

By MARCUS GEE
Saturday, January 12, 2019 – Page A17

-- Ontario's Integrity Commissioner is investigating the provincial government's decision to name a friend of the Premier to head the Ontario Provincial Police. That's good as far as it goes. There...  FULL STORY 

A famous international murder trial, now forgotten
A recent obituary spoke kindly of Cyril Belshaw, but in 1979, the case of his wife's death gripped observers everywhere

By MARCUS GEE
Saturday, January 12, 2019 – Page A16

-- At the start of December, 2018, a notice appeared in the obituary columns of Canadian newspapers for Cyril Belshaw, a noted professor who taught at the University of British Columbia. Prof. Belshaw...  FULL STORY 

Obituary for noted UBC professor Cyril Belshaw left out one key fact – he was acquitted at famous trial of killing his wife
Globe columnist Marcus Gee recalls covering the sensational case in Switzerland four decades earlier.

By Marcus Gee
Thursday, January 10, 2019

Globe columnist Marcus Gee recalls covering the sensational case in Switzerland four decades earlier.  FULL STORY 

Oshawa addiction clinic takes a stab at opioid crisis with acupuncture treatment
It could be a scene from any acupuncture studio or wellness clinic, but this room happens to be in the Pinewood Centre, a modern health facility that specializes in treating people with addictions

By Marcus Gee
Thursday, January 3, 2019

It could be a scene from any acupuncture studio or wellness clinic, but this room happens to be in the Pinewood Centre, a modern health facility that specializes in treating people with addictions  FULL STORY 

Oshawa clinic takes a different tack on recovery
The Pinewood Centre's acudetox drop-in becomes a popular option in the continuing fight against opioids

By Marcus Gee
Thursday, January 3, 2019 – Page A9

OSHAWA, ONT. -- A dozen men and women sit in chairs arranged around the walls of a dimly lit room, short, orange-coloured acupuncture needles protruding from their ears. Soothing music plays on the sound system...  FULL STORY 

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