Author Archives: Other News Sources

Are bike lanes safe?

Join us Tuesday, January 30, at 8PM for a public debate on bike lanes, prompted by the controversial National Post series. Continue reading

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Interview with Lawrence Solomon on cycling

“So you used to be a bicycle advocate going back to the eighties …” Mark Towhey discusses Solomon’s controversial cycling article and his view that bicycles have become a harm instead of the benefit that they should be. Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: How city politicians are helping Amazon destroy your favourite local retailers

(April 21, 2017) Brick-and-mortar stores are falling by the thousands, but don’t blame Amazon — it’s municipalities that are wielding the wrecking ball. Continue reading

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Expert panel dissects latest Gazan war

(September 4, 2014) “Solomon noted that the current Gazan war is distinct from the two that preceded it.” Lawrence Solomon joins a Canadian Institute for Jewish Research colloquium on “Israel, Hamas and the third Gazan war.” Continue reading

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Nothing lasts forever

(March 26, 2014) The ongoing campaign for the Quebec provincial election and renewed discussion of a Quebec sovereignty referendum has occasioned speculation of how the Canadian cookie might crumble. One example is a recent editorial by Lawrence Solomon in the National Post, “Canada needs Quebec.” Continue reading

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Lawrence Solomon: Why Ukraine should break up

(March 6, 2014) Crimea will have fewer doubts about leaving Ukraine than Russia will have about accepting it. Continue reading

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Sponsoring worthy immigrants

(May 16, 2013) As we phase out undesirables entering under the current system, we need to better open doors to the deserving. Continue reading

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