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Margaret Wente

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Freeland, warrior princess
After the new trade deal, the Foreign Affairs Minister's political future is unlimited

By MARGARET WENTE
Tuesday, October 2, 2018 – Page A15

-- Chrystia Freeland doesn't take herself too seriously.Two weeks ago, she landed in Washington for another round of tough NAFTA negotiations.She wore a white T-shirt that her kids had given her...  FULL STORY 

Chrystia Freeland, warrior princess
After the trade deal, her political future is unlimited

By Margaret Wente
Monday, October 1, 2018

After the trade deal, her political future is unlimited  FULL STORY 

The downside of legalization: More potheads
Itís not fashionable to say so, but pot is bad for you

By Margaret Wente
Saturday, September 29, 2018

Itís not fashionable to say so, but pot is bad for you  FULL STORY 

The downside of legalization: More potheads
It's not fashionable to say so, but pot is bad for you

By Margaret Wente
Saturday, September 29, 2018 – Page O11

-- I''ve known a couple of serious potheads in my time. They were not the amiable slackers of popular imagination. They did a lot of damage to the folks around them. One was a guy in his 20s who...  FULL STORY 

Why the war on opioids will be so hard to win
Fentanyl is a drug unlike any other - and itís almost impossible to stop

By Margaret Wente
Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Fentanyl is a drug unlike any other - and itís almost impossible to stop  FULL STORY 

Why the war on opioids will be so hard to win
Fentanyl is a drug unlike any other - and it's almost impossible to stop

By Margaret Wente
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 – Page A13

-- The numbers are heading just one way: sharply up.More than 11 Canadians are dying every day from opioids.This year is on track to be worse than last year, which was worse than the year before...  FULL STORY 

The goal of university is - diversity!
Scholarship and teaching take a back seat to social justice

By Margaret Wente
Saturday, September 22, 2018 – Page O11

-- Dalhousie University is having mace issues.The ceremonial oakcarved staff is customarily used to lead processions into and out of graduation ceremonies. But on the eve of Dal's 200th-anniversary...  FULL STORY 

Universities preach the new religion of anti-racism and anti-oppression
Scholarship and teaching take a back seat to social justice

By Margaret Wente
Friday, September 21, 2018

Scholarship and teaching take a back seat to social justice  FULL STORY 

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