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The Trust Spiral

Restoring faith in the media

Dear Prudence

A life of exuberance and eccentricity

Who’s Afraid of Alice Munro?

A long-awaited biography gives the facts, but not the mystery, behind this writer’s genius

Dwight Newman

Dwight Newman is a professor of law at the University of Saskatchewan. He has written a number of books on constitutional law and rights issues, as well as pieces in such publications as the National Post and Vancouver Sun.

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Dwight Newman

Who’s Right?

In court, argues a new study, equality too often trumps religious rights November 2013
With the Parti Québécois government in Quebec grabbing the centre of Canada’s public policy debate this season with its proposed charter of values, which will apparently seek to ban the wearing of religious symbols by anyone working in the public sector in the province, Mary Anne Waldron’s important new book could not be more timely. In Free to Believe: Rethinking Freedom of Conscience and Religion in Canada