It’s when we use our online networks as pipes, not prisms, that small matters and seems to be valuable.
If you want to give and get help from your online network, new research suggests keep your "friend" count low.
Intake workers assist visitors at an immigrant and refugee vaccine clinic set up by Global Medic in Toronto in April. Research suggests racialized immigrant women earn less money than other groups, regardless of how much training, education or networking they do.
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Racialized women immigrants still earn less than their peers on average even when well-qualified. It’s up to employers to remove employment barriers.
Wildfire smoke rises near Prince Albert, Sask., in May 2021, where a fast-moving wildfire led local officials to declare a state of emergency.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Kayle Neis
Recent wildfire seasons have been worsened by climate change. But wildfires also lead to additional climate warming when they release carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.
Thousands gather in downtown Toronto in 2006 for a candlelight vigil to remember those who have died from AIDS.
(CP PHOTO/Nathan Denette)
The HIV In My Day project preserves the early history of the HIV/AIDS pandemic through the personal stories of long-term survivors and caregivers.
This year’s 93rd Academy Awards are celebrating Asian women from Chloé Zhao (Nomadland) to Christina Oh (Minari) and Yuh-jung Youn (Minari).
Relying on familiar stereotypes and images can make us miss this critical opportunity to reshape the ways in which Asian women are viewed as individuals and artists.
It is easy to think that handwashing is accessible to all today, but COVID-19 calls attention to communities both within Canada and around the globe where clean water is not a given.
Why is socio-economic inequality so threatening to complex societies and how can archaeology inform public policies for mitigating it?
People take part in a rally against hate and confront the rising violence against Asian Americans at Columbus Park in New York, on March 21, 2021.
(AP Photo/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez)
Fifteen Asian academics discuss the roots of anti-Asian racism and limits of multiculturalism in Canada while charting a path forward.
Everyday environments and activities, from transportation to screen time to eating, are tailored nearly exclusively to prolonged sitting.
Too much time sitting is linked to health risks, and also to lower quality of life. But in some contexts, such as reading, playing an instrument or socializing, sitting had positive associations.
Dostoyevsky’s story ‘The Double’ explores the uncanny theme of a replica of oneself, but today’s literary foes are often amorphous ones like environmental degradation.
Beyond the 'literature of madness,' the narratives about mental and physical health published today explore the interdependence of bodies and their environments.
Des bélugas nagent près d’Utqiagvik, en Alaska, en juillet 2017.
(Lisa Barry/NOAA Fisheries)
Les bélugas utilisent le son pour communiquer, naviguer dans la mer et trouver de la nourriture. Mais l’ouverture des eaux arctiques pourrait affecter la santé et la survie des bélugas.
Belugas swimming near Utqiagvik, Alaska, in July 2017.
(Lisa Barry/NOAA Fisheries)
Belugas use sound to communicate, navigate the dark marine environment and find food. But climate change is opening up Arctic waters to more sound, and could affect the health and survival of belugas.
A woman wades into flood waters in Calgary, Alta., on June 14, 2020, after a major hail storm damaged homes and flooded streets.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh
Climate change has boosted the likelihood of heavy rainfall, hailstorms, flooding and drought seen in some parts of the world. What does the future hold?
Sekumpulan ikan (
Acanthurus triostegus) terlihat berenang di karang mati setelah gelombang panas tahun 2015-16.
Ikan karang hilang saat gelombang panas muncul, tapi cepat kembali lagi kepada terumbu karang yang sehat.
Indigenous activists have long called on teams to change names and mascots that perpetuate negative stereotypes and fail to respect painful histories.
NFL teams like the Washington Redskins changing names that demean First Nations and Native Americans is a long overdue step in the right direction.
A school of convict tang (
Acanthurus triostegus) swim on Kiritimati’s dead reefs after the 2015–16 marine heatwave.
Reef fish vanish during marine heat waves, but may bounce back quickly on reefs that have few other environmental stressors.
In the movie based on William Paul Young’s ‘The Shack,’ Mack (Sam Worthington), second from the left, meets the Trinity. From left to right: Jesus, the Son (Avraham Aviv Alush), Papa, God the Father (Octavia Spencer) and Sarayu, the Holy Spirit (Sumire Matsubara).
(Summit Entertainment, Lionsgate)
The problems of suffering and evil emerging in the coronavirus pandemic occupy popular evangelical fiction. In 'The Shack,' proliferating divine beings harken to a long-standing solution.
Our lives have been disrupted and impacted in unprecedented ways by the measures put in place to address the current pandemic.
When the things we consider to be normal break down, outcomes that once seemed unlikely or extraordinary become possible.
The statue of Sir John A. Macdonald being cleaned after it was vandalized in Montreal in 2018.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes
The vandalism of colonial statues is an expression of political protest against the celebration of settler colonialism in Canada.
Le «Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation» (HI-SEAS) est un laboratoire de simulation des conditions de vie sur Mars.
En préparation d'éventuelles futures missions vers Mars, les scientifiques cherchent comment mesurer rapidement et efficacement les performances du cerveau et la fatigue mentale.
The Dalí planet.
The Dalí Museum
They're associated with fake news and celebrity porn videos but there are some unexpected upsides to these slippery clips.