Tech companies have laid off thousands of game developers in recent months.
Recent waves of layoffs shine a light on the systemic issues in the game industry and the post-graduation promises universities are making to students.
The two year old girl being examined for the possibility of leprosy in Marana, Madagascar,
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Neglected tropical diseases are often associated with social exclusion as well as physical suffering. One billion people around the world suffer from these diseases.
Landlords in Hamilton will soon need to apply for a permit for renovations, a move aimed at ending renovictions.
Hamilton city council’s vote to pass an anti-renoviction bylaw is an important step in addressing housing affordability in Ontario.
Newfoundland and Tasmania, Australia, have been described as ‘mirror islands’ with striking linkages. Site of one of the field excursions during the authors’ 12-day exchange to Tasmania, Australia.
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The lessons from Tasmania are clear. Asserting Indigenous rights in Canada can be mutually beneficial for all.
The Supreme Court of Canada ordered the federal government back to the drawing board on its Impact Assessment Act. But the legislation got a lot of things right in an era of climate change and related issues.
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The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that the federal Impact Assessment Act needs amendments for Constitutional compliance, but the court’s recommended approach is no longer viable.
Changer son mode de vie peut être la meilleure façon de retarder l’apparition de la démence ou de ne pas la développer du tout.
Les risques de démence liés au mode de vie sont complexes. Des facteurs tels que le sommeil, l’exercice et l’alimentation interagissent avec la réserve cognitive, la neuroplasticité et l’inflammation.
Different foods have different target temperatures to eliminate pathogens, so use a reliable food safety chart and a digital food thermometer when cooking each dish, and whenever you reheat leftovers.
A food thermometer is your holiday feast’s unsung hero, ensuring that poultry, meats and other dishes, including vegetable-based, reach the internal temperatures needed to eliminate harmful pathogens.
Erika Alexander is Coraline and Jeffrey Wright is Monk in ‘American Fiction.’
In this episode, Vinita sits down with two experts to break down the many layers — and Black stereotypes — in the much anticipated new film, ‘American Fiction.’
Too few Canadian fathers take parental leave. That’s because parental leave is framed as an employment policy rather than as care/work policy that promotes greater sharing of both paid and unpaid care work between parents.
If more Canadian fathers are to harness the benefits of parental leave and remote work, we need to design employment and care policies in ways that recognize every family’s unique needs.
The Government of Canada recently announced more than $1.6 million for endometriosis patients and research, the largest single investment in endometriosis care in Canada for the last 20 years.
Endometriosis often means years of severe pain, lost productivity and dismissed symptoms before getting a diagnosis — followed by ineffective treatment. New funding aims to change this pattern.
Black people have long faced systemic inequalities in Canada’s justice system. But more equitable sentencing practices could make the process fairer.
Impact of Race and Culture Assessments can reduce the overrepresentation of Black people in the justice system.
Lifestyle changes may be our best hope of delaying dementia or not developing dementia at all.
Lifestyle-related dementia risks are complex, with factors like sleep, exercise, diet and social contact interacting with things like cognitive reserve, neuroplasticity and inflammation in the body.
Feet of a person with lymphatic filariasis, also known as elephantiasis.
In rural Ghana, only 18% of patients believe elephantiasis is a disease. Some others think it is caused by curses or even rain. Only by understanding local beliefs can it be treated effectively.
Former president Donald Trump greets the crowd at a campaign rally Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023, in Claremont, N.H.
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Instead of giving Trump’s fascist rhetoric a wider audience, news organizations must simply point out he’s attempting to dehumanize his fellow citizens, create a path to violence and destroy democracy.
A front-end loader dumps road salt into a truck in Chelsea, Mass.
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Increasing awareness of the dangers ‘forever chemical’ road salts pose to our fresh water systems highlights the urgent importance of finding new approaches to de-icing our roads.
A teddy bear is seen on the floor following an Israeli airstrike on the Nusseirat refugee camp in Gaza on Oct. 31, 2023.
(AP Photo/Doaa AlBaz)
Amid their enduring statelessness and the ongoing risk of ethnic cleansing, Palestinian refugees must be protected under the provisions of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
Second-generation dairy farmer David Janssens walks through a pasture of dairy cows at a farm in Surrey, B.C., in August 2018. Canadians and policymakers should support systems that allow for valuable food industries to flourish, rather than dismantle them.
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If Canada wishes to preserve domestic farms and enhance food security, officials must have limits on what they can concede to American and other foreign interests.
A group of staff and students weave baskets as part of the University of Waterloo’s Land Skills for Wellness and Sustainability initiative.
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Nature-based crafts and skills may just be the key to addressing the developing crises of unsustainability and mental health on campus.
It is important to educate the public about scientific research, discoveries and applications.
Conversations about scientific research and technological innovations allow the public to build trust with experts, and understand the impacts on everyday lives.
A city block in Charlottetown. Prince Edward Island is the only province that has full unit-based rent control.
Foreign cities can offer inspiration, but for practical solutions we should look at what’s already happening closer to home.