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January 26, 2009

The Star Says It Will No Longer Hide Its Progressive Light Under A Bushel; Faith Leaders Call for a More Progressive Agenda from Harper

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This is fabulous stuff -- particularly this part:

"Only the Star among Canadian media has an explicit mandate to encourage progressive and just initiatives to strengthen the social fabric of our Greater Toronto community, our province and our nation.

"To that end, we will no longer hide our light under a bushel. In print and online, we will bring you the reflections of the best minds of our time on the most vexing questions of the period. And we will make this discussion and debate easy to find every day."

Also not to be missed in today's paper -- this article discussing how faith leaders are calling for the Harper government to follow a more progressive path.

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I've never been able to make sense of their position on that issue. It's a mystery to me, too.

Too bad the TorStar is so dead against proportional representation. That's NOT "progressive."

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