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ANALYSIS: The U.S. president has displayed strongman tendencies before, but his actions this week amplified that affinity in ways that could do lasting damage, Edward Keenan writes.

Have you ever heard of a trial without witnesses? You have now, Edward Keenan writes. Key drama of the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump was resolved Friday in a 51-49 vote

In his Senate impeachment trial, the president’s defence has proposed that there may be no difference between his personal interests and those of the country, Edward Keenan writes.

In his Senate impeachment trial, the president’s defence has proposed that there may be no difference between his personal interests and those of the country, Edward Keenan writes.

In his Senate impeachment trial, the president’s defence has proposed that there may be no difference between his personal interests and those of the country, Edward Keenan writes.

In his Senate impeachment trial, the president’s defence has proposed that there may be no difference between his personal interests and those of the country, Edward Keenan writes.

In his Senate impeachment trial, the president’s defence has proposed that there may be no difference between his personal interests and those of the country, Edward Keenan writes.

Saying the U.S. president’s actions are unworthy of impeachment may have become an easier sell than saying he didn’t do them, Edward Keenan writes.

Saying the U.S. president’s actions are unworthy of impeachment may have become an easier sell than saying he didn’t do them, Edward Keenan writes.

“Do you want to hear it?” Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff’s question is not just for those sitting in the Senate trial of U.S. President Donald Trump, but for the entire divided country, writes Edward Keenan.

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After seven years of trying, Councillor Mike Layton finally succeeded in winning support for a motion to make wastewater polluters pay the cost of treating the water they dump off on the city, writes Edward Keenan.

Time to face it, writes Edward Keenan. This is a Canadian city. We get winter here. Sometimes big cold snowy winter. We should be ready for it.

It isn’t like this is some secret, writes Edward Keenan. For years, many of his supporters, and those of his late brother before him, have not only been aware of this trait, but have considered it one of his most attractive qualities.

What to expect under Doug Ford? Not just a three-ring circus to take up semi-permanent residence on the lawn of Queen’s Park, but a village of sideshows outside it, and a carnival of protesters beside that, Edward Keenan writes.

Ford dispenses with even the pretence that democracy, fairness, or even efficiency have anything to do with how a system of government should operate. He isn’t even willing to conceal how he and his government are operating in bad faith, Edward Keenan:

Want your children to learn about respectful behaviour and accountability when it comes to sex? The Progressive Conservatives may have scrapped the new sex-ed curriculum, but they're providing plenty of reading material for our kids, Edward Keenan writes.

Toronto mayoral candidate Jennifer Keesmaat has "set the standard" for big ideas, columnist Edward Keenan writes, putting forth a plan that would "address the biggest issue facing the city."

What is the purpose of having these fights and debates and processes if Ford will throw a bomb to destroy all our work on a whim? Edward Keenan writes.

As we grieve our dead in the coming days, the whole city will keep the victims in our prayers. Let us also carry Const. Lam’s courageous example in our hearts, Edward Keenan writes.

The phrase “dumpster fire” gets official dictionary approval just in time for people looking to describe the Doug Ford, Patrick Brown, and company inferno, Edward Keenan writes.

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