Edward Keenan, TorontoStar

Edward Keenan

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Recent:
  • TorontoStar
Past:
  • The Standard
  • GuelphMercuryTribune
  • toronto.com
  • WR Record
  • Hamilton Spectator

Recent articles by Edward:

Joe Biden is ready to destroy Canada’s auto jobs. This U.S. senator can stop him

You may have heard this year that Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia is the most powerful man in Washington. What you might not have heard is that righ... → Read More

At the U.S. Supreme Court, the right to abortion hangs in the balance

The hearing on Wednesday drew thousands of demonstrators representing both sides of the issue, Edward Keenan writes. → Read More

I’m scared of the kind of gun Kyle Rittenhouse used. Americans should be, too

Gun rights groups may have feared convicting Kyle Rittenhouse would have a “chilling effect” on people coming to the scenes of urban unrest, with thei... → Read More

Canada to ease COVID-19 border rules for short trips abroad

Ottawa plans to lift a requirement of negative COVID-19 test results for travellers who have been out of the country for less than 72 hours, the Star ... → Read More

After what we’ve been through, the world could use a second remembrance day

With the COVID-19 pandemic, there can be something surprising in coming face to face with the scale of the loss, Edward Keenan writes. → Read More

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to topple Texas’ right-to-life law. But the next threat to abortion rights will be far more serious

The U.S. Supreme Court looks ready overturn Texas’ efforts to ban abortion but there’s a strong fear that legal abortion is in more jeopardy than ever... → Read More

No COVID-19 test needed for fully vaccinated Canadians entering U.S. after Nov. 8, lawmaker says

There’s still temporary exemption from the vaccine requirement for those “essential” travellers who have already long been allowed to cross → Read More

Donald Trump’s shadow hangs over Virginia’s race for governor

One thing both Democrats and Republicans can agree on is that as goes Virginia, so goes the nation, Edward Keenan writes. → Read More

Joe Biden has bet his presidency on a deal to transform America. Can he deliver?

What the president himself calls the fate of his presidency is still a matter of debate among his own party members, Edward Keenan writes. → Read More

2021 Star Santa Claus Fund aims to raise $1.5 million to deliver magic for another generation of children

Like Santa, the fund has a whole lot of helpers sharing in the joy of giving, Edward Keenan writes. → Read More

Chrystia Freeland has a different set of problems in post-Trump America

Canada’s deputy prime minister was met with signs of a relationship facing strains when she travelled to the U.S. this week, Edward Keenan writes. → Read More

For Joe Biden, a tense few hours has turned into a bitter few weeks

A crisis may have been averted, but it isn’t going away, Edward Keenan writes. → Read More

The most dangerous opponents of Joe Biden’s agenda might be in his own party

Biden’s promise as a candidate for president lay in both his experience and his reputation for moderation. Neither seems to be helping now, Edward Kee... → Read More

Republicans are ready to torch the U.S. economy — and drag the world down — to own the Democrats

Washington has been consumed this week with the prospect of a government shutdown followed by a debt default, Edward Keenan writes. → Read More

Joe Biden has one week to stop America from falling off a cliff

The U.S. president says he’s confident, but it’s not clear yet whether he should be, Edward Keenan writes. → Read More

Joe Biden tells the world Trump is gone, ‘America is back.’ Now he has to prove it

WASHINGTON—Giving his first address to the U.N. General Assembly in New York on Tuesday, U.S. President Joe Biden had a core message to get across. “As we close this period of relentless war, we’re opening a new era of relentless diplomacy.” He was talking directly about the messy end of the war in Afghanistan, and a commitment to boost international aid. But in pointing out he was the first… → Read More

Federal election brings world of deeply polarized politics to Canada’s doorstep

Hey Canada, welcome to the world of deeply polarized “negative partisanship” in the age of right-wing populism, a situation that’s become familiar in ... → Read More

Capitol rally to support Jan. 6 rioters attracts media frenzy, but few protesters

Protesters at the Saturday event organized by a former Trump staffer were easily outnumbered by press, tourists and counterprotesters. → Read More

California might fire its governor midterm in favour of a Donald Trump supporter. Here’s how that’s possible

Despite being relatively popular, the Democratic governor of the largest Democratic party stronghold in the country could lose his job to a Republican... → Read More

In a heartbeat, 9/11 changed America forever

Locked down. Security checks everywhere. Freedom and openness gone. Islamophobia. Two decades after Sept. 11, it is hard not to argue that Americans a... → Read More