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What Canadians do and don’t understand about Covid-19 vaccines

What Canadians do and don’t understand about Covid-19 vaccines

Sometime soon, if all goes well, we'll have four or even five approved vaccines for Covid-19.
Inside the ‘Miami Group’: A policeman’s alleged Ponzi scheme

Inside the ‘Miami Group’: A policeman’s alleged Ponzi scheme

He was known to have a fascination with the markets, court documents reveal. So when a retired officer began inviting others to join an investment group, many of them went along. And some of them saw a return on their money. For a while.
What do employees need to work through a long, dark winter?

What do employees need to work through a long, dark winter?

Good morning. It’s Monday. It’s January. It’s cold. It’s dark. There’s a pandemic. If you have been following public health guidelines in many parts of the country, you probably went, roughly, nowhere this weekend. And saw nobody.
What a President Biden means for Canadians

What a President Biden means for Canadians

On his first day in office, President Joe Biden cancelled a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline, keeping a campaign promise to Americans but bitterly disappointing Albertans and many Canadian politicians.
QAnon after Trump: The ‘Storm’ that never came

QAnon after Trump: The ‘Storm’ that never came

There were no mass arrests, military tribunals or public executions. Donald Trump went to Florida and Joe Biden went to the White House and nothing 'Q' said actually happened. So once Biden was inaugurated, what did the QAnon army do?
Is Canada’s democracy safer than America’s?

Is Canada’s democracy safer than America’s?

Joe Biden will be sworn into office today, hopefully without incident. But in the United States, proponents of democracy are analyzing how close their own came to collapsing. When one party, or even just one powerful politician,
Other provinces learned from the first wave. Ontario failed to protect long-term care residents.

Other provinces learned from the first wave. Ontario failed to protect long-term care residents.

Covid-19 devastated long-term care facilities across the country in the Spring of 2020. But over the summer months, many provinces found ways to reinforce the places that care for our most vulnerable. Ontario, however, did not.
How can Canada stop the growth of hate groups?

How can Canada stop the growth of hate groups?

Yes, it's worse in America. But it's not great here, either. The past few years have seen an alarming rise in hate groups in Canada—and there's nothing on the horizon that appears set to slow it down.
Why do more than half of Canadians not have paid sick days?

Why do more than half of Canadians not have paid sick days?

We're now 10 months into a global pandemic and solidly into its second wave. And across the country, many workers are still not staying home when they're sick—because they simply can't afford to.
Can we build 15-minute cities where we live?

Can we build 15-minute cities where we live?

Most of us have spent the past year closer to home than ever before. And for a lot of Canadians part of that process has involved realizing just what their neighbourhood does and doesn't have. Maybe it's time to rethink how we create neighbourhoods,
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