Globe and Mail: Niagara bishop who disappeared amid abuse case found in Montreal

Published online in the Globe and Mail, May 19, 2012 The ornate downtown cathedral was preparing for the inauguration of Montreal’s new Archbishop, but the private investigators waiting outside weren’t there for the ceremony. They were waiting to serve court papers to the former leader of St. Catharines’ Roman Catholic church, a man who resigned and […]

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Ryersonian: Learning the language of diversity

Appeared online and in print for the Ryersonian, Feb. 15, 2012 Matt Buie’s hometown is so small that it has no official name. Instead, he tells people that he’s from Duntroon, Ont., which is the closest officially recognized address – a hamlet consisting of fewer than 200 residents, a single intersection and an “extremely white” community. […]

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