CATEGORIES

Canadian Multiculturalism: A Work in Progress

As we mark fifty years since the adoption of Canada’s federal multiculturalism policy, human rights advocate AMIRA ELGHAWABY celebrates its merits and reflects on the work that is yet to be done when it comes to inclusion, acceptance, and fighting systemic racism in our country.

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January/February 2022

The Growth of Green Investing

So-called sustainable stocks increasingly speak to big business. Are they legitimate?

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January/February 2022

Multiculturalism and Reconciliation

Métis writer and activist DANIELLE PARADIS examines Canada’s multicultural policy through a modern Indigenous lens.

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January/February 2022

Ask a Supply Chain Expert

Are product shortages our new normal?

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January/February 2022

Damage Control

For a fee, reputation fixers can clean up your online presence

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January/February 2022

MY UNCLE THE WITCH HUNTER

Was nineteenth-century settler John Troyer a target of supernatural evil — or just paranoid?

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January/February 2022

Shooting Stars

Before social media, the backstage snapshot was the only way for most fans to meet Madonna, Whitney Houston, or Paul McCartney

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January/February 2022

Tomorrow's News

The death of journalism has been predicted for decades. What would it take to avoid it?

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January/February 2022

The Love Letter

When my wife developed Alzheimer’s, the story of our marriage kept us connected

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January/February 2022

What Women (Still) Want

Over the course of their lives, many women experience a loss of sexual desire. Where is their little blue pill?

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January/February 2022

For the Love of Peat

Preserving Canada’s wetlands may be our best defence against floods, wildf ires, and a changing climate

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November 2021

Ask a Hockey Expert

Will a Canadian team ever win the Stanley Cup again?

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November 2021

Freedom Verse

Once relegated to the literary fringes, dub poet Lillian Allen has inspired countless Canadian writers. A new book shows why

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November 2021

Listening to Learn

While much of the business world is just starting to wake up to the social injustices that surround us, Desjardins CEO Guy Cormier started paying attention years ago.

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November 2021

Standing on Guard for Canada

When disaster strikes—from wildfires to floods to public health emergencies—the partners from Team Rubicon Canada and the LabattDisaster Relief Program are ready to serve communities in crisis

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November 2021

Citizen of Nowhere

Deepan Budlakoti was Canadian one day, stateless the next. Who is responsible for someone no country wants to claim?

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November 2021

Redefining Artistic Ability

With its mandate to support opportunities for artists with disabilities, Tangled Art + Disability centres d/Deaf and disability-identified perspectives, and makes the experience of consuming art more accessible to a diverse public

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November 2021

Three Stories to Make Your Head Feel Different

GENDER REVEAL PARTY

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November 2021

The Maximalist Home

In a time of fearful self-restraint, more is more

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September/October 2021

SALMON SICKNESS

For years, Fisheries and Oceans Canada has minimized the risk of a virus some of its own scientists believe is threatening wild salmon

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September/October 2021

Slavery's Ghosts

Canada remains haunted by a past it hardly acknowledges

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September/October 2021

Taken for the Team

Esmaa Mohamoud’s installations capture the way professional sports prof it from Black bodies

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September/October 2021

Breathing Trouble

Tens of thousands of Canadians who have received asthma diagnoses don’t actually have it

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September/October 2021

STUDENTS FOR SALE

International students are lied to, cheated, and exploited on multiple fronts. They’re also propping up higher education as we know it

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September/October 2021

Province of No Choice

Why doctors are still fighting to provide abortion care in New Brunswick

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September/October 2021

Ask a Real Estate Expert

What’s next for the housing market?

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September/October 2021

The Way We Were

How family photo albums can make history

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July/August 2021

Home Ice

On the paradox of being a diehard Indigenous fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs — or any hockey team

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July/August 2021

The Great Cannabis Count

Inside statisticians’ quest to quantify the hazy economy of weed

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July/August 2021

Mark Carney's Next Move

The economist led two central banks through two era-defining upheavals. Is politics his future?

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July/August 2021

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