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.
Global experts warn that excessive screen time increases the risk of obesity, low physical fitness, anxiety and depression.
In Manitoba, Canada, researchers have used health databases to better understand how people with tuberculosis interact with the health-care system.
The unexplained detention of author and diplomat Yang Hengjun has raised more questions about the motives of a Chinese government under stress from within and without.
Hexanal, a chemical produced naturally by fruits and vegetables, may help keep produce fresher for longer.
Now is the time to give China the chance to show that while the Chinese justice system can mete out punishment, it can also exercise compassion and could spare the life of a Canadian drug smuggler.
A recent historical win for Ontario First Nations against the government of Canada is as significant for the legal process, which took into account Anishinaabe law, as it is for the win itself.
Built on historical research, this article tells the resilient, fascinating and rarely told history of Indigenous women's organizing and resistance in Saskatchewan.
There are ways to reduce the risk of protests like France's yellow vests movement.
Canada's top-down approach to designing its climate policy has failed. It needs to find ways to engage with individuals.
All too often the Arctic region is portrayed as an area on the cusp of military invasion. This is an easy narrative to sell. But is there really a new Cold War coming?
Canada’s prostitution laws are based on the idea that prostitution is dangerous. Legalizing prostitution doesn’t eliminate the risks of violence and psychological harm.
Brexit may be an unexpected boon for the UK's climate leadership. Here's how the UK can seize the initiative.