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Margaret Wente

Counterpoint
Margaret Atwood is a blood-drinking monster
By MARGARET WENTE
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 – Page A13

-- Margaret Atwood likes to stir the pot. Always has. You've got to like her for that. So when she wrote a piece in Saturday's Globe and Mail called ''Am I a Bad Feminist?'', she can't have been...  FULL STORY 

Margaret Atwood is a blood-drinking monster
Sadly, I am the very last ally Ms. Atwood needs Ė another elderly cis white woman with too much privilege. Off with our heads

By Margaret Wente
Monday, January 15, 2018

Sadly, I am the very last ally Ms. Atwood needs Ė another elderly cis white woman with too much privilege. Off with our heads  FULL STORY 

The tech backlash begins. But it may be too late
By Margaret Wente
Saturday, January 13, 2018 – Page O11

-- A few years ago, I was invited to a meeting at the lakeshore cottage of Jim Balsillie, cofounder of the company that invented the BlackBerry. (''Cottage'' was a bit of a misnomer. It was an impressive...  FULL STORY 

The tech backlash begins. But it may be too late
The hard truth is that you have no hope of managing your childrenís relationship with technology unless you can manage your own.

By Margaret Wente
Friday, January 12, 2018

The hard truth is that you have no hope of managing your childrenís relationship with technology unless you can manage your own.  FULL STORY 

Albert Schultz: an execution, then a trial
In the court of public opinion, the verdict has already been delivered

By Margaret Wente
Tuesday, January 9, 2018 – Page A11

-- Even in the #MeToo age, the fall of Albert Schultz was unusually swift. A few days ago, Mr. Schultz was the reigning impresario of the Canadian theatre world, covered with glory and honours....  FULL STORY 

Albert Schultz: an execution, then a trial
In the court of public opinion, the verdict has already been delivered

By Margaret Wente
Monday, January 8, 2018

In the court of public opinion, the verdict has already been delivered  FULL STORY 

Mr. Trudeau's judgment, and the company he keeps
By Margaret Wente
Saturday, January 6, 2018 – Page O11

-- Among the hazards of public life are the photo ops that come back to haunt you. Our snap-happy Prime Minister is a case in point. Since the tropical vacation with his old friend, the Aga Khan...  FULL STORY 

Mr. Trudeauís judgment, and the company he keeps
From a PR point of view, the Prime Ministerís December meeting with the Boyle family will only reinforce the notion that heís soft on terror

By Margaret Wente
Thursday, January 4, 2018

From a PR point of view, the Prime Ministerís December meeting with the Boyle family will only reinforce the notion that heís soft on terror  FULL STORY 

Here are some important stories you missed this year
Forget about Trumpís tweets. What matters most is what you didnít read about

By Margaret Wente
Saturday, December 30, 2017

Forget about Trumpís tweets. What matters most is what you didnít read about  FULL STORY 

Here are some important stories you missed this year
By Margaret Wente
Saturday, December 30, 2017 – Page O11

-- The world is in the grip of a terrible malaise. According to just about everyone, 2017 was the worst year in recent history. A petty tyrant rules the White House. War with North Korea looms....  FULL STORY 

How I conquered my inner grinch (sort of)
Iíve managed to overcome my ambivalence about Christmas with three simple tricks

By Margaret Wente
Saturday, December 23, 2017

Iíve managed to overcome my ambivalence about Christmas with three simple tricks  FULL STORY 

How I conquered my inner grinch (sort of)
By Margaret Wente
Saturday, December 23, 2017 – Page O11

-- Christmas has never been my favourite time of year. Like the freezing winter wind that whips down Bloor Street, it is something I endure. Last year, a few days before Christmas, a bout of bronchitis...  FULL STORY 

How boomers and their progressive policies squeezed millennials out of the housing market
We never expected to reap million-dollar windfalls as we squeezed millennials out of the housing market and our progressive cities

By Margaret Wente
Tuesday, December 19, 2017

We never expected to reap million-dollar windfalls as we squeezed millennials out of the housing market and our progressive cities  FULL STORY 

We win, you lose. Love, boomers
We never expected to reap million-dollar windfalls as we squeezed millennials out of the housing market

By Margaret Wente
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 – Page A13

-- I used to think the Toronto housing market was like bitcoin. One day the bubble is bound to burst, and everybody who bought at the top of the market will look like idiots.  FULL STORY 

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