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Andrew Moran

Digital Journalist based in Toronto, ON, Canada. Joined on Jun 6, 2009
Expertise in Books, Personal finance, Board games, General business news & info, Politics,   see all» Music, Movies



Op-Ed: Ontario Liberals should stay out of our retirement

Toronto - The Ontario Liberal government, led by Premier Kathleen Wynne, continues to purport the notion that the state knows better than you do about how to live your life.

Op-Ed: Hey, Toronto, leave Uber alone and let the free market work

Toronto - It has been years since I was in a Toronto taxicab. The last time I was in one, it was too expensive, the driver was rather discourteous and the ride was pretty dangerous (slamming of the brakes and high speeds).

Op-Ed: Will Canadians sacrifice liberty in the name of security?

Ottawa - Soon after the deadly terrorist attacks earlier this week, most people were terrified (once again) of the possible threat of more terrorist attempts in Canada.

Op-Ed: Canada should mind its own business in Iraq

Ottawa - Canada is flexing its military might against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) by sending a coalition of contributing CF-18s and air support for the next six months.

How will Obamacare affect businesses in the next decade? Commissioned

Millions of Americans across the United States have signed up for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), otherwise known as Obamacare, whether they supported the president’s healthcare initiative or not.

David Soknacki — Unafraid to talk policy in Toronto mayoral race Special

Toronto - If you’re outside of the Toronto area – or you don’t follow municipal politics – then it’s likely you have not heard of 2014 mayoral candidate David Soknacki. It’s not surprising since he has yet to be covered by Jimmy Kimmel or CNN.

Op-Ed: What in the world were Ontarians thinking this election?

Toronto - After breaking many promises, wasting billions of dollars, putting the province deeper into debt and being put under criminal investigation, Kathleen Wynne and the Ontario Liberals were rewarded with a majority government. What’s wrong with Ontario?

Op-Ed: Ontario leaders debate showcases parties' economic ignorance

Toronto - The Ontario party leaders gathered in Toronto to debate Tuesday for the only time this provincial election. It would be an understatement when I say that all three party leaders are dunces and frighten the Ontario electorate, particularly libertarians.

Op-Ed: Did Ontario PC leader Tim Hudak already lose the election?

Toronto - Ontarians are only in the first week of the month-long provincial election, but after a rocky first day on the campaign trail, did Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak already lose the election? Maybe.

David Sparrow urges Torontonians to 'vote wisely' in election Special

Toronto - Although the municipal election has taken a back seat for more than a month due to the provincial election, some candidates for Toronto’s city council are still bringing forward important issues for voters to consider. David Sparrow is one of them.

Are diamonds the new gold? Commissioned

Read how diamonds are attracting the eyes of investors and turning heads in both the business and tech markets as some key players dabble with creating man-made diamonds.

Op-Ed: In defense of John Tory's gender income disparity comments

Toronto - Former Ontario Progressive Conservative party leader and possible 2014 Toronto mayoral candidate John Tory is in hot water over comments he made regarding gender income disparity. He said women should have negotiated better and play golf.

Ontario taxpayer watchdog calls $237 billion debt ‘scary’

Toronto - When Dalton McGuinty and the Liberal Party took over the province of Ontario more than a decade ago, taxpayers were promised an open and transparent government that would not raise taxes, spend money it didn’t have or turn it into a have-not province.

Op-Ed: Toronto's ice storm shows failure of Keynesian economics

Toronto - During the Christmas holiday, tens of thousands of Canadians and Americans, predominantly Torontonians, were out of power because of the devastating ice storm that took place Dec. 21 and Dec. 22.

Toronto ice storm to cost $10 million, Ford seeking ODRAP funds

Toronto - Last week’s devastating ice storm is expected to cost the city of Toronto about $1 million per day to clean up and will leave a staggering $8 to $10 million economic impact for the rest of the municipality.

In Photos: The Great Freeze of 2013 in Toronto Special

Toronto - Toronto is left thawing out just before Christmas as approximately 250,000 households across the Greater Toronto Area have been out of power. It could be until after Christmas that power is fully restored across the city and other parts of the area.

Op-Ed: Joan Fontaine and her five greatest roles in the movie business

Carmel - Joan Fontaine passed away Sunday at the age of 96 due to natural causes. Her death is certainly buried in the news because of Peter O'Toole's passing, but that should not take away from Fontaine's immense talent and beauty.

Op-Ed: Bitcoin will no longer be the anonymous tool of anarchists

Beijing - What was once considered the monetary tool for anarchists due to its anonymity and fight against fiat currency will soon become just another regulated payment system that will lose its prominence in the world of alternative currencies.

Op-Ed: Doug Ford’s $50,000 Toronto parks donation now vilified

Toronto - Since entering office, the Fords have been vilified and criticized in the media and by their opponents. Mostly rightly so, other times not so much. The latest criticism over one of the Ford’s charitable acts is absolutely ridiculous.

Op-Ed: All Rise — 10 best courtroom dramas in film history

Beverly Hills - There’s nothing better than to watch an intense courtroom motion picture on a hot summer evening. Unfortunately, for most of the United States and Canada, it’s cold now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t crack a sweat with these unforgettable films.
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