Robert Brehl is a writer in Port Credit, Ont.

The excitement surrounding Tiger Woods’ historic win at the Masters golf tournament is undeniable, but it also raises some questions.

Bob Brehl: Salvator Mundi painting goes on the lam

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The art world is abuzz about the whereabouts of the mysterious painting of Jesus Christ attributed to Leonardo da Vinci.

Robert Brehl: Bush funeral a procession of contrasts

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The televised funeral of George Herbert Walker Bush at the Washington National Cathedral was a reminder of times when the office of the U.S. President worked for bipartisanship, decency and decorum.

Robert Brehl: State-approved suicide is way too easy

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June 17 will mark two years since Canada’s Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) law received royal assent. 

Robert Brehl: Racist rant is not typically Canadian

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If you’re reading this, you are likely racist.

Bob Brehl: Cringeworthy court decision over clerical sex abuse

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Last week’s record financial award to a man abused by a monstrous priest 50 years ago is cringeworthy on many levels.

Bob Brehl: Coyote attack a sign of upside down world

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Do you ever wonder if sometimes the world is upside down?

Bob Brehl: Comic gives us lesson in online humanity

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In the past, we’ve pointed out a decisive — and growing — lack of decorum in the digital age. Far too often people say the nastiest and rudest things in tweets, posts and emails. Things most would never think to say in person.

Bob Brehl: France takes bold step to ban mobile phones in elementary schools

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A couple months ago, this space was devoted to a new book by a California psychologist and researcher who argues constant use of smartphones is making young people unhappy, even depressed.

Robert Brehl: Christmas treasure found in Klondike gold rush

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On Christmas Eve during the Klondike gold rush, three young miners found an unexpected treasure more valuable than gold dust, and their chivalry is worth remembering 120 Christmases later.

Comment: The kindred spirits of John Paul I and Francis

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In last week’s edition of The Register, a page was devoted to the late Pope John Paul I for two newsworthy reasons: Pope Francis is putting him on the path towards canonization and a new book attempts to put to rest the conspiracy theories that he was murdered after only 33 days on the chair of St. Peter.