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Lorelei Williams, dont la cousine a été assassinée par le tueur en série Robert Pickton et dont la tante a disparu en 1978, verse des larmes en répondant au rapport de l'Enquête nationale sur les femmes et les filles autochtones disparues et assassinées. La Presse Canadienne/Darryl Dyck

ENFFADA: doit-on faire évoluer la définition du mot génocide?

Comprendre le génocide comme un processus peut aider là mieux comprendre les menaces ressenties par les peuples autochtones du Canada.
Lorelei Williams, whose cousin was murdered by serial killer Robert Pickton and whose aunt went missing in 1978, sheds tears while responding to the report on the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Canada’s MMIWG report spurs debate on the shifting definitions of genocide

Understanding genocide as a process can help people grapple with the ongoing threat faced by Indigenous people in Canada, as named in the report into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Language is a complex structure. Here, Jeremy Dutcher performs during the Polaris Music Prize gala in Toronto on Sept. 17, 2018. Dutcher’s award-winning album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa is in the Wolastoqey language. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tijana Martin

Ancestral languages are essential to Indigenous identities in Canada

The presence of Indigenous peoples in conversations in Canada about the flourishing of Indigenous languages and critical Indigenous education is essential.
Science tells us that body weight is not just about lifestyle, and yet health-care providers often assume that people with obesity are lazy and lack willpower, and that fatness is the only relevant health issue. (Rudd Center)

How anti-fat bias in health care endangers lives

One year ago, Ellen Maud Bennett asked women of size to make her death from cancer matter -- by advocating for their own health.
A local Winnipeg Jets tradition – the Whiteout Street Party – has been the source of controversy. Is it political correctness run amok or is the name insensitive to racialized people? THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods

How an NHL street party caused a social media storm about racism

A celebration for the Winnipeg Jets turned controversial when an anti-racist group challenged a "make Winnipeg white again" headline about the city's NHL playoff "whiteout" parties.
An aerial view of the Kapyong Barracks in an affluent area of Winnipeg, site of one of the most recent urban First Nations reserves. It will soon be transferred to seven Treaty One First Nations. (Facebook)

Urban reserves are tests of reconciliation

Kapyong Barracks in Winnipeg is set to be transferred to Treaty One First Nations to become an urban reserve. A 64-hectare parcel in an affluent area, the reserve will be a test of reconciliation.
Research suggests we should consider our own care needs, as well as our families’ care needs, when we plan our financial futures. (Shutterstock)

No vacation? Find serenity with these five financial wellness tips

A family economic health expert says there are good reasons why people avoid looking at their finances, so start small to increase confidence.
Les développements des technologies comme la robotique et la réalité virtuelle ouvrent de nouvelles possibilités d'expériences sexuelles. Shutterstock

Tomber en amour avec un robot, une réalité de moins en moins virtuelle !

Les développements des technologies comme la robotique et la réalité virtuelle ouvrent de nouvelles possibilités d'expériences sexuelles. Serons-nous tolérants avec leurs adeptes ?
Tax breaks or exemptions for those working in pharmacy, health insurance and pharmaceutical industries could help bolster support for a national pharmacare plan. (Shutterstock)

Tax breaks could soften the blow of a national pharmacare plan

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.
Sex with robots will increase, as technological developments produce new love interests. Shutterstock

For the love of technology! Sex robots and virtual reality

Developments in technologies like robotics and virtual reality are opening new possibilities for sexual experiences.
An ad for the city of Las Vegas features a lesbian couple who decide to get married. Ads featuring same-sex couples face a backlash, particularly from conservative consumers, but there are ways to make them more accepted. YouTube

Out of the closet: Easing the backlash against same-sex couples in advertising

Most North American consumers generally prefer advertising with male-female couples rather than same-sex couples. But changes in how brands frame the messages of advertisements could change that.

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