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“This isn’t yesterday’s news”: Three years after the Toronto van attack

“This isn’t yesterday’s news”: Three years after the Toronto van attack

Today we revisit the van attack of April 23, 2018. It's been three years since a van mounted the sidewalk near Yonge and Finch in Toronto's north end, killing 10 and injuring 16.
Inside an unprecedented week in Ontario politics

Inside an unprecedented week in Ontario politics

Even people who have spent their lives covering governments of all stripes can't recall a week like the one Ontario's Progressive Conservative government has had.
How our minds make lasting memories out of a pandemic haze

How our minds make lasting memories out of a pandemic haze

Picture the moment Covid-19 became real to you—when you left to work from home, or sports shut down, or someone you know got sick. How accurate is that memory? Now, what do you remember about the days, weeks and months that came afterward?
Canada’s Vaccine Hunters have tips to help you book your shot

Canada’s Vaccine Hunters have tips to help you book your shot

In one week, the @VaxHuntersCan Twitter account has grown from a few thousand followers to more than 85,000. By the time you read this it may be close to 100,000.
We may have just realized how little we understand about our universe

We may have just realized how little we understand about our universe

In the middle of a world gripped by plague, a major scientific discovery passed nearly unnoticed. If it's verified, it means one of the most important models we use to understand particle physics is incomplete.
Why does nobody talk about the dangers of meditation?

Why does nobody talk about the dangers of meditation?

In recent years, meditation has become a huge business in the western world—with millions of people testifying it has helped them calm their minds, improve their mood or even work through bouts of mental illness. -
Is in-person worship an essential service?

Is in-person worship an essential service?

Last weekend, protesters clashed with police over the closing of GraceLife Church in Alberta. It's not the first time that houses of worship have been a flashpoint for anti-lockdown action. Why has religion,
Canada had a blueprint for an amazing health data system. We never built it.

Canada had a blueprint for an amazing health data system. We never built it.

In the late 1990s, it became clear that Canada's health data systems would need to go digital. A thorough report was presented, the first of many to come, laying out what needed to happen for Canada to lead the world in digital health data.
What did the pandemic do to our social media use?

What did the pandemic do to our social media use?

It increased it, obviously. But how? And what is that doing to us.
Canada’s housing bubble is hitting smaller and smaller communities

Canada’s housing bubble is hitting smaller and smaller communities

And also... bubbles are supposed to burst, aren't they? At some point? It's been more than half a decade since house prices in Canada began to truly climb, and that climb has accelerated even through a pandemic.
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