New research using AI finds that trendy, unique-looking foods generate less social media engagement than traditional, normal-looking foods.
The latest mass school shooting in Texas has renewed the debate about gun control. Here’s why gun advocates generally avoid discussing the harm that assault-style rifles can cause.
Ontario’s incoming government after the election will have its work cut out for it in restoring the public’s faith after extensive school closures.
Canada and its universities have roles to play in providing safe spaces to scholars in regions where research is under threat due to conflict and repression.
What’s happening in the eastern forests of the European Union is a catastrophic spectacle and the logical and expected consequence of more than three decades of irresponsible border policy.
Dogs have long been considered man’s best friend. And in the world of online dating, the presence of a canine companion indicates commitment.
Important differences mark the gun control policies of the Conservative and Liberal parties, in particular.
The language in job postings may be hampering the efforts of organizations in male-dominated industries to create more gender-diverse workforces.
Canada’s Council of Ministers of Education has yet to articulate a vision for overcoming two school years of disrupted education.
Research on how the Catholic Church has responded to sexual abuse shows it’s not only time for the church to walk the talk, but to change the talk away from a defensive legalistic approach.
The pandemic education shock has raised five critical issues that demonstrate how student learning and achievement and social well-being are far from mutually exclusive.
The nutritional content of food posted online can predict the levels of social media engagement, and possibly affect what we eat.
Il y a quelque chose qui cloche chez les militaires canadiens. Et il est nécessaire de comprendre plus profondément comment persistent dans l’armée les inégalités et les inconduites.
Deeper levels of comprehension are needed to understand the embedded inequalities and misconducts in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Les entretiens vidéo asynchrones sont une tendance d’embauche virtuelle qui gagne beaucoup de terrain. Voici comment les candidats à un emploi et les organisations peuvent les utiliser au mieux.
In the absence of face-to-face interactions, people are using emojis to help express themselves. New research suggests that emoji use can drive engagement and make content more viral.
Why do some gun owners insist on referring to the Montréal Massacre shooter by his birth name?
Asynchronous video interviews, or AVIs, are a virtual hiring trend that are gaining a lot of traction. Here’s how job candidates and organizations can best use them.
In a world where students can attend any university from their living rooms, universities need a compelling answer to the question: “Why should students come here?”
Far from just committing ‘paper crimes,’ the mass shooting in Nova Scotia shows the deadly threats posed by unlicensed gun owners.