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How the condo amenity wars are changing Canadian cities

How the condo amenity wars are changing Canadian cities

A long time ago, an amenity in a condo was limited to things like a pool, a gym or maybe a patio. Now, as units grow smaller and developers court buyers, they've become more and more luxurious. You want a rock-climbing wall? Access to communal BMWs?
Can we create a national plan to kickstart graduates’ careers?

Can we create a national plan to kickstart graduates’ careers?

The second graduating class of this pandemic is about to enter the workforce. There are still very few jobs and thousands of grads desperate for them. Plus, this year's grads have the added benefit of an entire year without mentorships,
Canada’s vaccine rollout is slow, and very confusing. Here are some answers.

Canada’s vaccine rollout is slow, and very confusing. Here are some answers.

So, now the AstraZeneca vaccine is OK for people over age 65? What about the blood clot risk?! Why are some pharmacies taking walk-ins for people in their 60s right now, but some government portals are only booking for people 75 and up?
Covid and grief: What happens when we can’t say goodbye?

Covid and grief: What happens when we can’t say goodbye?

Hundreds of thousands of Canadians have lost loved ones to this pandemic. And most of them lost them without being able to say goodbye or to properly mourn them. Grief over a death is challenging at any time,
How Homer Simpson became an aspirational figure

How Homer Simpson became an aspirational figure

The Simpson family's circumstances have barely changed at all over 30 years—but the world around them has dramatically shifted. When the show debuted, Homer and his family were holding onto the bottom rung of the lower class,
A year of anti-Asian racism reaches its inevitable, tragic conclusion

A year of anti-Asian racism reaches its inevitable, tragic conclusion

For more than 12 months, Asian-Canadians and Asian-Americans have been targeted for harassment, assault and worse. In the early days of the pandemic, it was words. Then actions. Then violence. And all along they have found it difficult to get a real,
How a family doctor helped Canadians understand COVID-19

How a family doctor helped Canadians understand COVID-19

Dr. Jennifer Kwan is just one of dozens of ordinary Canadians who decided early in the pandemic to spend their free time presenting data on the virus to the masses via easy to understand charts.
One week out, did Harry and Meghan’s interview really change anything?

One week out, did Harry and Meghan’s interview really change anything?

And will Canada ever remove the monarchy? A week ago, it seemed like a tipping point was at hand, as the world reacted with shock and scorn to allegations of mistreatment and racism from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in an interview with Oprah Winfr
How GoFundMe became everyone’s digital safety net…

How GoFundMe became everyone’s digital safety net…

...and what our governments can learn from it.
How the Toronto Blessing helped build America’s most unusual church

How the Toronto Blessing helped build America’s most unusual church

In 1994, a small Toronto church gave birth to a bizarre spiritual movement that spread across the country and the globe. It was known as the Toronto Blessing, and among its many eventual destinations was a church named Bethel in Redding, California.
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