Despite decades of bickering and hand-wringing, Canada continues on. National tensions, in and of themselves, are not leading us to poor policy outcomes.
When a Canadian travels to China to receive an organ transplant, a member of a persecuted minority may be killed to provide the organ.
The tireless grassroots efforts of Indigenous activists unearth colonialism’s hidden secrets and the stories of the land and people to bring the murdered and missing women and girls home.
Unlike prior waves like the enslaved people on the Underground Railroad or Vietnam-era war resisters, they are children whose parents fear deportation after spending years in the United States.
Recycling is a messy system at the moment. Here's how we can clean up our act.
Over the past 20 years, Great Lakes water levels have gone from sustained multiyear lows to multiyear highs. Climate change is accelerating the transition between dry phases and wet phases.
Segregation is not just a problem in London – it's happening in cities all over the world.
A professor of midwifery education reviews the research evaluating the safety of home versus hospital births.
Historically, western corporate maps have been privileged over Indigenous ones. But given the essential debate of territory in resource conflicts, maps are a crucial tool.
Compared to other governments' support of lunar business and technology, Canada needs to be more strategic and active in lunar exploration or we will be left behind.
A 'learn local' strategy, along with increased residency positions and the return of a rotating internship could go a long way towards improving Canada's system of medical training.
Environmental taxes encourage consumers to conserve energy or switch to less carbon-intensive fuels.
As cashless societies become a reality, we're starting to see this technological revolution has a dark side.
The problems with housing systems in Australia and similar countries run deep. Solutions depend on a fundamental rethink of our approach to housing and its central place in our lives and the economy.
Like today's Western women who joined ISIS and now want to return home, American women with British sympathies during the Revolution left the country – but many tried to bring their families back.
A new Canadian law introduced as a nod to #MeToo, meant to protect sexual assault complainants, will have limited impact because it fails to consider how sexist judges and lawyers interpret laws.
Disability, autonomy and euthanasia – an uncomfortable debate.
Canadians will start paying for their carbon emissions this year, but the cost will depend on where they live.
The over-medicalization of back pain is a global concern. New research in Canada shows that people with lower income as well as rural and remote dwellers are less likely to access physiotherapy care.
Two community pharmacists suggest a way for improving the palatability of evidence-based universal pharmacare -- for those working in health insurance, pharmacy and the pharmaceutical industry.