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Canada's Olympics so far: As expected or a big disappointment?

Today we’re talking about how Canada’s athletes are doing 13 days into the London Olympics. Yes, there have been some disappointments, but if you look at Canada's population and what we spend on athletes, we're roughly where we should be. Is that good enough?

And we’ll preview a column by Bob Hepburn in Thursday’s Star with surprising new information about Ontario Place.

Editorial page editor Andrew Phillips is joined by editorial board members Gordon Barthos, Kerry Gillespie and Leslie Papp, and by OpEd page columnist Bob Hepburn.

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