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Mike Winter

Having lived in B.C., Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, the Bahamas and Germany, Mike Winter now lives in Toronto with his family.  When not writing, he sails, paddles, bikes and works as a management consultant.


Oct 17th, 2011
Kevin O’Leary thinks the Occupy movement has nothing much to say. Mark Carney differs. How might idealism be turned to action to fix capitalism?
Sep 3rd, 2011
Leading up to the Ontario Provincial Election, Environmentalist are abandoning the NDP. Is this a blip or a trend with national implications?
Jul 17th, 2011
No one likes taxes, but when did they become anathema to discuss in a democracy?
Jun 28th, 2011
The 2011 Hockey riots represent a breakdown of civilized behaviour. Rather than reacting smugly, we should consider that civilization is a fragile thing that we must nurture every day.
Jun 1st, 2011
As Vancouver prepares for the Stanley Cup Final, and Winnipeg celebrates the return of NHL Hockey, sports leagues and owners continue to demand public funds to support their private businesses.
May 9th, 2011
The Canadian political equilibrium has been seriously perturbed. Where will it settle? Two Party State? A renewed Liberal Party? Western Canada may hold the key.
May 2nd, 2011
DECISION 2011: Toronto helped Stephen Harper to a majority. The NDP is the Official Opposition. The Bloc has only two seats, and the Greens have one. Not a bad news day.
Apr 26th, 2011
DECISION 2011: A view of the federal election from the heartland of Southern Ontario.
Apr 22nd, 2011
Can voters overcome their hardwired preference for short-term joy and think about what's really best for Canada in the long run?
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