By now many people assume we’ll be getting annual covid boosters for the rest of our lives. That’s possible, but there are other possibilities, too.
Author: Stefanie Phillips
These last few weeks, the war in Ukraine has been at the front of everyone’s mind, and rightfully so. And while we in Canada have
For the first time, this year’s JUNO’s Fan Choice award will be decided in partnership with the social media platform. TikTok has allowed a new
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One of the reasons the carbon footprint was created was to put personal responsibility for the climate crisis onto ordinary people, instead of large corporations.
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It sounds like hyperbole—unless you listen to the Russian president’s thinly veiled threat to use nuclear weapons on any country that intervenes with his aggression
On the surface it seems silly. Why hold a vaccination clinic at a strip club in downtown Toronto? But once you look a little deeper,
Both the occupation of Ottawa and the federal government’s use of the emergencies act were unprecedented. And it’s hard to see a future where neither
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