Turning experience into learning requires reflection.
5 ways to use use what you know to bring new challenges within reach.
Why have Uber drivers been regarded more favourably than taxi drivers?
Taxi drivers and Uber drivers perform the same work, but Uber's categorization as a tech company has contributed to the historical stigma against taxi drivers.
Workers manufacture partitions made from cardboard and chipboard material in Mississauga, Ont., in January 2021.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette
The pandemic has changed many aspects of our lives, and new study shows it's also changed workplace dynamics — mostly to the detriment of workers.
A voter waits to enter a polling area to cast his ballot for Assembly of First Nations National Chief on July 25, 2018.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
The federal government needs to amend the necessary regulations of the Indian Act and First Nations Elections Act to allow First Nations to choose their own voting methods.
A woman is pictured at the window of her west Toronto apartment in March 2020 as her landlord issued eviction notices at the start of the pandemic. Secure and affordable housing is a big concern of those collecting social assistance, whether it was CERB or provincial programs.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young
CERB was a lifeline but no paradise, highlighting the struggles of social assistance recipients to get by on much less.
Those who are most affected in the labour market by robots are those who tend to already be marginalized.
(AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Robots are taking jobs, but they're also saving lives ... should we fear them and their capabilities?
Seniors wait after receiving a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at a vaccination clinic in Montréal, in March 2021.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson
Older adults are assets, but they shouldn’t be commodities.
To control the spread of COVID-19, various public health measures have been put into effect.
Different levels of governments have ordered physical distancing measures of varying degrees, but are they truly lawful?
COVID-19 lockdown measures have been much harder on those with pre-existing anxiety issues or in lower-income demographics.
Canadians who had poor finances and health were more likely to report financial stress across the first several months of the pandemic.
Medical education needs to include understanding how genetic conditions can occur.
Medical education has not kept up with genetic discoveries — primary care physicians require more genetics and genomics training.
Veronica Lopez, who has spina bifida, gets vaccinated at COVID-19 vaccination site at the East Los Angeles Civic Center in Los Angeles.
(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
Using an intersectional approach will help bring visibility to diverse disability communities and provide the support they need to be safe, recover and rebuild their lives.
La donne a changé et le déploiement mondial, même réussi, des vaccins actuels ne garantit plus la victoire.
Les variants ont changé la donne. Nous devons agir en conséquence pour éviter de nouvelles vagues d’infections, de nouvelles fermetures, restrictions, hospitalisations et décès évitables.
COVID-19 variants of concern have changed the game. We need to recognise and act on this to avoid future waves of infections, yet more lockdowns and restrictions, and avoidable illness and death.
Public commitments to feminism translated into private benefits for heterosexual men.
Men who identify as feminists self-report more frequent sex and higher levels of sexual satisfaction. The other 60 per cent aren't having as much fun, according to the findings of a new study.
Recent layoffs at Bell Media Inc. and Huffington Post Canada have revealed the increasing precarity of journalism work.
A rise in contract and gig work in professional and creative fields is affecting steady employment. Research shows that to maintain a career in these fields, a worker needs to consider family.
Ferries on the Padma River in Bangladesh. Development reports, academic research and news indicate that water- and climate-driven migration crises are escalating in Bangladesh.
Water and climate issues are expected to cause more than one billion people to migrate by 2050.
A woman who said she’s a medical worker who works directly with COVID-19 patients is stopped by police outside of the public Rebagliati Hospital in Lima, Peru, in February 2021. She complained that some people getting vaccinated don’t work directly with COVID-19 patients.
(AP Photo/Martin Mejia)
A vaccination queue-jumping scandal in Peru has caused a massive uproar in the South American country. It could also be a wake-up call for all nations.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, speaks with scientist Krishnaraj Tiwari at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) Royalmount Human Health Therapeutics Research Centre facility in Montreal, Aug 31, 2020.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes
To continue the fast-paced collaborative research and innovation we have seen during the pandemic, here are five ways universities can support health research that responds to societal needs.
A protester holds up a placard with an image of deposed Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi during an anti-coup rally in Mandalay, Myanmar, on Feb. 15, 2021.
Internet shutdowns and social media bans in Myanmar have helped the military retain control after the Feb. 1 coup. Here's why ISPs should develop clear policies around forced internet shutdowns.
Layering face masks has been suggested as a way to increase protection against COVID-19 variants that may be more transmissible.
Are two face masks better than one? Adding layers of filtration by double masking is a way of using the masks that we already have, possibly to better effect.