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The Globe and Mail
Trudeau apologizes, but no sign of when electoral reform will beginfamily; the implicit assumption being that family control is somehow bad. I fin
Trudeau apologizes, but no sign of when electoral reform will begin
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
family; the implicit assumption being that family control is somehow bad. I find this assumption questionable.” Gary Mason (Globe and Mail): “Leaders are often defined by how they perform in a time of crisis. If that is the case,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
1,100 bombs and shootings in 10 years: The figures that prove terrorism hasn't gone awayattacks, all the incidents of terrorism that aren't necessarily directed agains
1,100 bombs and shootings in 10 years: The figures that prove terrorism hasn't gone away
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
attacks, all the incidents of terrorism that aren't necessarily directed against police or military." The Rev Dr Gary Mason from Rethinking Conflict, which has worked closely with loyalist paramilitaries to deliver peaceful outcomes,... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Pallister may have to embrace pragmatismsimply were unable to hold back their vitriol against the province’s new premie
Pallister may have to embrace pragmatism
Brandon Sun / Posted 15 days ago
simply were unable to hold back their vitriol against the province’s new premier-designate, Brian Pallister. According to Gary Mason, a Vancouver-based writer with the Globe and Mail, Pallister “has a personal image problem that he is going to... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Topeka-born sports photographer Gonzalez retires after 25 years with Detroit Free Pressactually make a living as a photographer,” Gonzalez said. The counselor made a
Topeka-born sports photographer Gonzalez retires after 25 years with Detroit Free Press
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 19 days ago
actually make a living as a photographer,” Gonzalez said. The counselor made an appointment for Gonzalez to meet with Gary Mason, a professor of photography at KU’s William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications. After... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
If Mulcair loses party vote, it would be unprecedentedpoor, huddled masses that call the street home is an almost existential dilemma
If Mulcair loses party vote, it would be unprecedented
The Globe and Mail / Posted 28 days ago
poor, huddled masses that call the street home is an almost existential dilemma, even for a society as wealthy as ours.” – Gary Mason. Jeffrey Simpson (Globe and Mail): “More than a decade and billions of dollars later, how are we doing [on health... Read more
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