Author: Peter Muggeridge

Peter Muggeridge
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Though he was often derisively called the “Minister for Bay St.” because of  financial policies that favoured the wealthy, Jim Flaherty is being memorialized today by colleagues on both sides of the »

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April 5 is National Caregiver Day in Canada. Here, a business model to help overburdened caregivers Shirley Roberts struggled mightily when she was first thrust into the role of caring for her »

The Defenceman Rests

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… but not on his laurels. In his long-awaited autobiography, hockey’s iconic hero reveals how he overcame financial ruin and is now living the happiest chapter of his life Photography Chris Chapman »

That Sinking Feeling

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Whenever the Canadian dollar starts tanking against its U.S. counterpart (at press time, it was 92 cents U.S. and falling), it sparks the eternal debate: yes, it’s good for manufacturers and exporters »

Buffalo Bills ditch Toronto

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Bringing the Buffalo Bills up to Toronto for an annual game was always a bad idea. And now that it’s finally over – or postponed, according to the team – does it »