In 2010, police at the G20 summit in Toronto filmed protestors.
Police use of surveillance technologies — like security cameras and artificial intelligence — is becoming more widespread. Measures are needed to protect people’s privacy and avoid misidentification.
NATO’s Climate Change and Security Centre of Excellence (CCASCOE) is set to open this year in Montréal.
Climate and environmental insecurity is set to grow in severity as the world warms. The upcoming launch of a new NATO climate change and security centre in Montréal aims to address these concerns.
In 2023, the House of Commons’ heritage committee passed a motion directing Hockey Canada to hand over a report from an investigation into allegations of sexual assault involving members of the 2018 world junior team.
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Five world junior hockey players are facing sexual assault charges stemming from a 2018 incident. Research has shown that rape myths and social status can affect jurors’ perceptions in high-profile cases.
Despite evidence that classroom simulations are beneficial in the training of news professionals, they haven’t been widely used in journalism education.
Developing trauma-aware interview skills is part of teaching students how to ethically and sensitively report on traumatic events, and learn how to take care of their own mental health and well-being.
Being confined to our homes for long periods without access to different activities can expose teleworkers to cabin fever.
While teleworking can come with many benefits, being alone at home can leave us feeling isolated and unmotivated.
In primary production, inorganic carbon is used to build the organic molecules life needs.
Over two billion years from now, Earth will no longer be able to sustain life. A new study looks at how much life has ever existed and what this means for the discovery of new life-supporting planets.
The Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum are among art institutions that have struggled with responses to the Israel-Hamas war. The Art Gallery of Ontario seen in Toronto in 2008.
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Especially in a time when trust in political leaders and institutions wanes, arts leaders, patrons, policymakers and artists face daunting but critical questions about the value and role of artists.
High prices for groceries, housing and entertainment are leaving shoppers with reduced funds as the holiday season descends upon us.
There are a number of ways shoppers can resist the temptation of expensive gift options that might strain their budgets this holiday season.
The music for ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas,’ composed by pianist Vince Guaraldi, is a major part of what endears viewers.
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Annual holiday specials aren’t all fluffy nostalgia. While families enjoy these together, part of the attraction is how these shows’ soundtracks and plots acknowledge life’s compromised conclusions.
Working together, we can create a positive holiday experience for our children.
Holiday traditions involve expectations that can be especially challenging for parents post-divorce or post-separation. Proactive planning helps.
Seen through a police vehicle window, Peter Nygard arrives at a courthouse in Toronto on Oct. 3, 2023 for his sexual assaults trial.
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On Nov. 12, fashion mogul Peter Nygard was convicted of sexual assaults going back to the 1980s. Research shows that a delay in reporting sexual assault may not impact juries’ decision-making.
Sporting bodies and governments need to better understand the issue of widespread abuse in Canadian sports and develop new approaches to tackling the problem.
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A trauma- and violence-informed approach calls for participants, coaches, managers and organizations to understand the effects of systemic, structural and interpersonal violence.
More than three-quarters of large, publicly traded companies in Europe and North America now use environmental, social and corporate governance metrics when determining executive incentive compensation.
While incentives can enhance the environmental, social and corporate governance performance of businesses, there is a risk of executives manipulating these performance metrics to obtain bonuses.
Pierre Poilievre speaks in the House of Commons during Question Period on Parliament Hill in June 2008 when he was 29.
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Can a politician with a relatively narrow life experience represent the diverse needs of Canadians?
Alors que le changement climatique entraîne une hausse des températures, il est important de comprendre comment les tortues d'eau douce survivent à l'hiver.
Avec la hausse des températures causée par les changements climatiques, il est important de comprendre comment les tortues d’eau douce survivent à l’hiver.
A recent study has found that Canadians are highly motivated to save money in preparation of long-term care.
While both nursing homes and home care impose financial burdens, their differing structures can influence how older Canadians save money.
Actors F. Murray Abraham and Michael Imperioli star as father and son in Season 2 of ‘The White Lotus.’
What does ‘The White Lotus’ sound like? Both seasons 1 and 2 are characterized by an unsettling blurring of boundaries between music and sound design.
As climate change increases temperatures, it is important to understand how freshwater turtles survive the winter.
Freshwater turtles in Canada survive the cold, harsh winters by remaining under ice and conserving their energy. Northern map turtles however, move around constantly beneath the ice.
Aristotle is considered the founder of political science. He probably wouldn’t be surprised at the state of political discourse in modern times.
Aristotle believed that the biggest and most widespread source of political tension is the struggle between the haves and the have-nots. More than 2,000 years later, he’s got a point.
Following news of Ozempic’s ability to help its users lose weight, it did not take long for fat-haters to surface.
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The messaging around Ozempic being a miracle cure is not only a lie, it has kicked up a new level of fatphobia.