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Will you ever shake hands with strangers again?

Will you ever shake hands with strangers again?

At the height of the pandemic last year, top public health officials were openly hoping that COVID-19 meant the end of the handshake.
How the IPCC report is about more than just climate change

How the IPCC report is about more than just climate change

The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a UN-sponsored body that periodically releases a synthesis of current climate science, doesn't reveal anything we didn't already know or experience.
Are mandatory vaccine passports impeding our Charter rights?

Are mandatory vaccine passports impeding our Charter rights?

In recent weeks, as demands for a vaccine passport grow around the world, politicians are citing our rights to life, liberty and security as a reason to allow portions of our population to not be vaccinated.
Will new federal legislation finally end the gender pay gap?

Will new federal legislation finally end the gender pay gap?

The Liberal government has released new pay equity legislation that goes into effect on August 31.
How far do you go to fight for Indigenous rights and climate action?

How far do you go to fight for Indigenous rights and climate action?

On November 28, 2020, a 24-year-old was arrested for installing a shunt—a wire that mimics the electrical signal of a train and causes oncoming trains to derail—along the railway tracks near Bellingham, Washington.

The Greatest Raptor of All Time

After nine seasons as a Toronto Raptor, Kyle Lowry is leaving for a three-year, 90 million dollar contract with the Miami Heat.

Dear Manager, I Quit (Because I'm Burned Out)

A new study by RBC found the number of people who left their jobs in June tripled compared to the same month in 2020. RBC expects 125,000 people to retire in the second half of the year as baby boomers just opt out of the daily grind.

How to talk about the end of the world

In recent weeks, there has been disastrous flooding in Europe, India, Arizona and in China. Summer temperatures have broken records from Canada to Pakistan.

Be curious, not judgemental: Ted Lasso and TV's pivot to kindness

In the pandemic's darkest months, millions of us were looking for comfort and solace. And we found it in an unlikely comedy about an American football coach going to England to coach a soccer team.

As election looms, CSIS warns of foreign security threats

When Canada's intelligence agency warns about threats from foreign powers in the expected fall election, it's easy to assume they're referring to the kind of online meddling the United States saw from Russia in 2016. But they're not.
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