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If teen swimmer Ye Shiwen were from the U.S., would we suspect her of doping?

Today we’ll be the controversy over an amazing Chinese swimmer at the London Olympics, and checking in on how Canada’s athletes are doing five days into the Games. And we’ll take a look at the continuing fuss over ORNGE, Ontario’s air ambulance service.

Editorial page editor Andrew Phillips is joined by editorial board members Kerry Gillespie and Leslie Papp.


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