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How the Liberals screwed up Bill C-10. And how they can fix it.

How the Liberals screwed up Bill C-10. And how they can fix it.

You know something's gone wrong when the government is promising to amend their changes to the broadcasting act to make sure it doesn't apply to, say, your personal Twitter feed.
How are you? I am fine: What we lose without small talk

How are you? I am fine: What we lose without small talk

How many strangers have you chatted with recently? Probably not a lot. And while your immediate reaction to that might be, "Great, I hate talking to strangers about nothing"—the research doesn't back you up. -
Did this pandemic teach us how to tackle the climate crisis?

Did this pandemic teach us how to tackle the climate crisis?

A year ago we never would have imagined that humanity could collectively change its work habits so quickly, or that governments could unveil ambitious national programs so quickly.
As Alberta’s cases spike, Jason Kenney faces a no-win situation

As Alberta’s cases spike, Jason Kenney faces a no-win situation

The Alberta Premier does not like restrictions, or telling people to stay home. His caucus likes that stuff even less. But the third wave of Covid-19, which is hammering Alberta thanks to looser restrictions than the rest of Canada,
Canadians are reporting UFO sightings. What happens with those reports?

Canadians are reporting UFO sightings. What happens with those reports?

We have a certain image of the sort of person who reports encounters with Unidentified Flying Objects. It's a ... skeptical image, to put it mildly. And it couldn't be further from the truth, at least according to the actual reports that are filed.
How B.C. dodged Covid-19’s first wave, but got swamped by its third

How B.C. dodged Covid-19’s first wave, but got swamped by its third

A year ago, as the pandemic's first wave began to recede, British Columbia was held up as a shining example of a large Canadian province that managed to beat back Covid-19. Its top doctor, Bonnie Henry, was a hero and even something of a celebrity.
For South Asian-Canadians, two pandemics at once

For South Asian-Canadians, two pandemics at once

In neighbourhoods like Peel in Ontario, South Asian-Canadians are being impacted by Covid-19 at a much greater number than their share of the population. At the same time, many have friends and family in India,
How do handguns get from American gun shows to the streets of Toronto?

How do handguns get from American gun shows to the streets of Toronto?

You probably know already that most of the illegal guns in Canada come from the United States. But how much do you—or the police—really know about the long journeys they take to get here? Who's buying them and moving them?
A look at the science behind vaccines and blood clots

A look at the science behind vaccines and blood clots

A rare side effect has dominated the discussion of the AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
“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.
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