Matt Gurney

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Matt Gurney also writes for the National Post from Toronto.

Matt Gurney's articles

Published On: Mar 19,2020
OPINION: Pre-coronavirus, many objected to the Tories' emphasis on e-learning. The pandemic could change all that.
Published On: Mar 04,2020
OPINION: The province struggled to keep up with health-care demands during normal times — and these are not normal times
Published On: Feb 25,2020
In an exclusive interview, a judicial official talks to TVO.org about secessionism and whether Indigenous peoples should really be considered “conquered.”
Published On: Feb 24,2020
TVO.org speaks with retired Ontario Provincial Police officer Andy Miller about his work with First Nations, political interference, and why all of us need to do better.
Published On: Feb 21,2020
TVO.org speaks with a former chief federal negotiator about earning goodwill, “outrageous expectations,” and why First Nations currently have leverage.  
Published On: Feb 20,2020
TVO.org speaks with law professor Dwight Newman about how colonialism has suppressed Indigenous law — and why progress means having tough conversations.
Published On: Feb 19,2020
TVO.org speaks with law professor Signa Daum Shanks about different views of leadership, keeping promises — and why colonialism doesn’t want Indigenous people to disagree with one another.
Published On: Feb 06,2020
When it comes to teachers, the Tories are being smarter than you’d expect Dek: OPINION: During its first year in office, the Ford government advanced unpopular proposals and then backpedalled. It’s gotten more cautious — and a whole lot shrewder Cutline: Striking teachers from Kew Beach Junior Public School, in Toronto, on January 20.   
Published On: Jan 31,2020
Bonnie Henry was an associate medical officer of health for Toronto in 2003. She tells TVO.org about the day SARS came to the city — and how the virus changed the system.
Published On: Jan 30,2020
Seventeen years ago, Frank Plummer ran the National Microbiology Laboratory. He tells TVO.org how Canada responded to a virus that no one had ever seen before.
Published On: Jan 29,2020
In 2003, nurses were on the front lines of the SARS crisis. Today, the president of the Ontario Nurses' Association tells TVO.org about what they faced then — and what they can teach us now
Published On: Jan 22,2020
OPINION: So far, the unions have been pretty smart about all this. But public opinion could still easily turn against them  
Published On: Jan 15,2020
OPINION: Alerts may have to be issued by frightened people via disrupted communication networks — so the system has to be simple. But it also has to be idiot-proof.
Published On: Jan 09,2020
ANALYSIS: Fewer young Canadians are playing the sport. Here’s what we can do to turn things around.
Published On: Jan 08,2020
ANALYSIS: Those in the hockey world may think it’s thriving. But outside the community, the sport is on the decline.  
Published On: Jan 07,2020
ANALYSIS: The sport is on the wane in Toronto, and the city intends to close arenas in the coming decades. What happened to Canada’s game?
Published On: Dec 12,2019
ANALYSIS: Providing proper support for Ontarians who need in-patient care will mean creating housing and home-care options. Is this government willing to act?
Published On: Dec 10,2019
ANALYSIS: The province will cover the cost of your appointment with a psychiatrist. But what happens when you have to wait a year or travel for hours to see one?