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Where is Ontario’s real gun violence epidemic?

Where is Ontario’s real gun violence epidemic?

You might think that it's gang-related shootings in Toronto that drive gun-violence statistics in the province. You'd wind up surprised. A new study examined in detail firearms-related injuries and deaths in Ontario for 15 years, from 2002-2016.
Should Canada worry about a huge deficit?

Should Canada worry about a huge deficit?

Our government has spent hundreds of billions of dollars supporting Canadians through this pandemic.
Meet the new leader of Canada’s Green Party

Meet the new leader of Canada’s Green Party

Annamie Paul made history earlier this month when she became the first Black woman to lead a Canadian party when she became the successor to Elizabeth May. Now that the party is hers though, where is she going to take it?
A trip to a beautiful little deadly beach

A trip to a beautiful little deadly beach

It's called Six Mile Beach, and it sits in a remote part of British Columbia. It’s not on any of the tourism brochures. You need to know how to find it to get there, but once you do, it’s stunningly beautiful.
What happens when you give homeless people money?

What happens when you give homeless people money?

Not your pocket change, either. We're talking about thousands of dollars in a no-strings-attached payment.
How Halloween highlights the COVID-19 communication paradox

How Halloween highlights the COVID-19 communication paradox

Trick or Treating is cancelled in some Ontario hotspots, and it's easy to be upset on behalf of the kids and wonder why. After all, we've been told the safest things are done outside, wearing masks.
Alleged abuse, coverups and years of trauma: Inside the legacy of the Basilian Fathers

Alleged abuse, coverups and years of trauma: Inside the legacy of the Basilian Fathers

For almost two years an investigative team has been digging into into claims of child sexual assault by priests who belong to a Canadian Catholic order known as the Basilian Fathers. The results of their work form Unrepentant,
Remote work has been about survival. What’s happened to careers?

Remote work has been about survival. What’s happened to careers?

In the early days of the pandemic, it was fun to compare crude work-from-home setups. Eight months later, with no end in sight, the novelty is long gone. What's changed about the traditional career over the past year?
A little bit of Hope

A little bit of Hope

Amir Omidvar left Iran during the revolutionary crisis in 1982. For twenty months after leaving his home, Amir did everything he could to cross the Atlantic ocean.
How Canada’s legacy of slavery lingers on today

How Canada’s legacy of slavery lingers on today

Most Canadians didn't learn much about slavery in Canada in history class. Curriculums in this country have mostly focused on the Underground Railroad and largely glossed over the fact that slavery was legal here.
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