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How One LGBTQ Group Forged Ahead After Their City’s Pride Was Cancelled

Shades of Colour organized events for Pride Month to make space for people they say were left out of Edmonton Pride.
Hilary Beaumont
6.13.19
News

Justin Trudeau Will Ban Single-Use Plastics as Early as 2021, If Re-Elected

Canada’s plastic waste has become an international embarrassment.
Hilary Beaumont
6.10.19
News

Indigenous Women and Girls In Canada Are Facing 'Genocide': National Inquiry

The long-anticipated government report says Canadians show ‘appalling apathy’ to the issue.
Hilary Beaumont
6.3.19
housing

Only the Rich Can Afford Average Homes in Toronto and Vancouver

Nevermind buying a house—you have to make $94K to get an average condo in Vancouver, $75K in Toronto.
Anne Gaviola
4.25.19
News

Doug Ford’s Budget Is Big on Cuts and Making It Easier to Buy Booze

The Ontario premier made cuts to education, children’s programs, and Indigenous services, but hey, you can start drinking at 9 AM now.
Anne Gaviola
4.11.19
housing

Election Promises Won't Fix the Hot Mess That Is Toronto's Housing Market

Housing advocate says this city is so expensive that even the middle-class need help to get by.
Anne Gaviola
4.9.19
Millennials

Turns Out Millennials Won’t Kill the Car

Expert says young Canadians aren’t as ‘car crazy’ as previous generations, but they still drive as much.
Anne Gaviola
4.3.19
climate change

Climate Change Hits Canada Twice as Hard as Other Countries

Concordia researchers have created an app to fight fear-mongering and misinformation.
Anne Gaviola
4.1.19
misogyny

How Lonely Men Are Radicalized Online and Turn Their Rage Into Violence

We spoke to ex-Red Pillers and experts about why socially isolated men blame women for their problems.
Manisha Krishnan
4.26.18
sex work

How the US ‘Sex Trafficking’ Crackdown Is Hurting Sex Workers in Canada

The effects of the Trump-signed SESTA/FOSTA are much more far-reaching than you would expect.
Allison Tierney
4.12.18
News

What We Know About the Humboldt Bus Crash That Killed 15

The cause of the crash between the bus carrying a junior hockey team and a tractor-trailer in central Saskatchewan is still unknown.
Mack Lamoureux
4.9.18
environment

Canada won’t meet climate goals without cutting back on oil sands

Subsidies for oil industry clash with lofty environmental goals, OECD says
Chris Arsenault
12.19.17
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