Darryl Coote

Editor, journalist, photographer

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Postmedia

Witnesses pull man from smouldering vehicle
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Huron warns hospice network
Huron County was loud and clear Nov. 9 when it told the South West Hospice Palliative Care Network (SWHPCW) that if they are expecting the county to help cover the cost for new...
Medpot user wrongfully charged with DUI?
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H-K gives nod to $1 million drain project
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PM Chrétien touts virtues of atomic energy
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Who was Mitchell Nelson?
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Now Toronto Magazine

Toronto's North Koreans face deportation
Just one North Korean requesting refugee status was granted asylum in Canada in 2014, according to statistics from the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada. This figure...
From rogue to Game-changer
Voting by 18- to 24-year-olds in the past four federal elections fell below 40 per cent, only breaching that mark in 2006 when 43.8 percent of eligible youth hit the polls,...
Queen West vendors fear closure in face of development
From the early 1980s to the mid-90s, Queen West was the centre of Toronto counterculture. It was punk rock. It was eclectic. It was the place to be seen. Since then, stores like...
FLAP's fight for feathered friends on display at ROM
The bodies of more than 1,800 migratory birds killed in the past year from flying into Toronto buildings were on display Friday at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) to raise...

Korea observer

For South Korea's poor, cardboard is big business
Every day in Seoul's trendy upscale shopping district of Myeong-dong, fortunes are made from the sale of luxury goods and accessories to fashion-forward young men and women....

The Jeju Weekly

Jeju Smart Grid lacks street smarts? - JEJU WEEKLY
▲ How can a Smart Grid City as idealized in the maquette pictured above come about when the citizens it is supposed to provide energy to do not understand the system? Photo by...
A temple without a god - JEJU WEEKLY
▲ A dang that resides within Mini Mini Land amid a plethora of diminutive replica international landmarks signifies the threat facing Jeju's traditional cultures. Photo by Yang...
Officer Quinn, cloned police dog - JEJU WEEKLY
▲ Gangsan, one of five clone dogs donated to the Jeju Police Special Forces Unit by disgraced stem cell researcher Hwan Woo Suk. Photo by Darryl Coote On March 16, 2007,...
Issue #46, 1/2 of The Jeju Massacre series
Issue #47, 2/2 of The Jeju Massacre series

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