Carding ‘breaks all rules of fair, just society’

By Admin 28.05.2015

Dear Mr. Auguste: Thanks for exposing the dangers and systemic inequality of the current carding policy being practiced by the Toronto police force, in your recent articles and editorials in the Share newspaper. This illegal and morally bankrupt policing policy …

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To have political clout Blacks need to own land – Prof. Clarke

Dr. George Elliott Clarke
By Admin 28.05.2015

Without land ownership that equates to economic and political freedom, Blacks will be unable to claim their rightful place in Canadian society, educator and activist Dr. George Elliott Clarke told a panel discussion at the biennial Black Canadian Studies Association (BCSA) conference at Dalhousie University in Halifax last weekend.

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Response to publisher’s column

By Admin 04.03.2015

Dear Editor: I read with interest Arnold Auguste’s article “Peter Sloly best choice as next police chief” published in Share on February 25, 2015.   As president of the Toronto Police Association, it is not my place to comment on …

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Dr. George Elliott Clarke lectures on legacy of Malcolm X

Dr. George Elliott Clarke
By Admin 04.03.2015

While the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is easily grasped and justly celebrated, Malcolm X remains more relevant 50 years after his assassination and his impact is greater than that of the Nobel Laureate, argues University of Toronto English professor and City of Toronto poet laureate, Dr. George Elliott Clarke.

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TPS should adopt policy banning queries on immigration status

By Admin 25.02.2015

By TOM GODFREY Some community members are breathing easier as a long-awaited City of Toronto Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell initiative seems to be getting closer to becoming a policy for our police service.   The policy of not asking residents …

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The new police chief of Toronto

By Patrick Hunter 25.02.2015

By PATRICK HUNTER There are many things about the City of Toronto that put it in a unique category in Canada. It is the country’s largest city. It has a population of about two million. Its demographic is by far …

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Some thoughts on the recent municipal elections

By Patrick Hunter 12.11.2014

By PATRICK HUNTER We have had a couple weeks now to digest the results of the recent municipal elections in Ontario and specifically, Toronto. The good news is that Doug Ford did not win. The bad news is that council …

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Getting ready for the vote

By Patrick Hunter 22.10.2014

By PATRICK HUNTER There are 60 plus candidates seeking to be the mayor of the City of Toronto. As far as the election machinery goes, there are only three. And, by the election machinery I mean those who have been …

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