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National Post Canada

Jim Maclean: In Ontario, a new race-based government



Jim Maclean: In Ontario, a new race-based government

The voices of civil libertarians, as well as community and legal activists, were strangely silent last month despite the announcement by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne that she wants to institutionalize racial profiling by the government itself. Yes, that’s right. Racial profiling will apparently be a good thing, not a bad thing, when done by the Wynne government.

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National Post Canada

Jim Maclean: Silence from the province on the ramifications of ‘traditional’ medicine



Jim Maclean: Silence from the province on the ramifications of traditional medicine

Many commentators, columnists and legal experts have already weighed in on the controversial Nov. 14 ruling by Ontario Justice Gethin Edward, which said that the parents of a cancer-stricken aboriginal girl have the right to treat their daughter using “traditional” medicine, rather than proven therapies. Noticeably absent from this debate are Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, along with Attorney-General Madeleine Meilleur and Health Minister Eric Hoskins.

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