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Inside Toronto's apathetic election

Inside Toronto's apathetic election

Toronto will vote in less than two weeks. Well, some of Toronto will vote. Less than a majority of citizens, that's for sure. And the outcome of the most important race is all but guaranteed already.
How do asylum seekers end up in provincial jails?

How do asylum seekers end up in provincial jails?

It's not a crime to claim asylum in Canada. It's a process.
Heaven Bent: Death in Emmanuel

Heaven Bent: Death in Emmanuel

It's the morning of June 16th, 1987, in Nashville, Tennessee. Shortly after midnight, firefighters are called to a blaze at Emmanuel Church of Christ. What they find in the ashes would change this small Pentecostal congregation forever.
Would you pay more for ethical bananas?

Would you pay more for ethical bananas?

Bananas are the cheapest fruit around, and Canadians eat them by the millions. In fact during the pandemic and our current spike of inflation, bananas have only become cheaper—one of just a handful of foods to do so.
Are Canada's power grids ready for the future?

Are Canada's power grids ready for the future?

Canada has promised to reach Net Zero emissions from our grids by 2035. At the same time, as ordinary Canadians transition to things like electric vehicles and home heat pumps, we're going to need more power. Like, a lot more.
The Aftermath: What Fiona changed forever

The Aftermath: What Fiona changed forever

Almost two weeks after Fiona hit Atlantic Canada, many communities are still picking up the pieces. In others, there are very few pieces to pick up—because homes and businesses are just ... gone.
Canada's hottest economy is not where you might think it is

Canada's hottest economy is not where you might think it is

Asked to picture the hottest economy in the country, your mind goes to one of two places—the skyscrapers of Toronto's financial district, or the oil fields and towns of Alberta. But not this time.
Creative artificial intelligence has crossed a major threshold. What happens next?

Creative artificial intelligence has crossed a major threshold. What happens next?

Last week, the creative AI DALL-E opened to everyone wanting to use it. The program, which returns images based on text prompts provided by the user, has created mesmerizing tableaus from the gorgeous to the obscene, and it gets better all the time.
Inside the world of Indigenous art fraud

Inside the world of Indigenous art fraud

Indigenous artists are some of the world's most talented, and their unique pieces are highly valued for their creativity and culture. Unless they're not unique at all.
The Health Care Crisis V: Privatization

The Health Care Crisis V: Privatization

As Canada's health-care system fails, more and more people will be willing to pay up to avoid the most overcrowded and underserviced parts of it.
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