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Opinion: Could a Roe v. Wade-style reversal of abortion rights happen in Canada?

Opinion: Could a Roe v. Wade-style reversal of abortion rights happen in Canada?

Differing U.S. and Canadian political and judicial systems offer Canada protections against outlawing abortion here. But there’s still a lot of work to be done to ensure reproductive justice.
Opinion: Canada needs to build more affordable housing for newcomers

Opinion: Canada needs to build more affordable housing for newcomers

Addressing the housing issue by adopting a human right framework put Canada on an accelerated path to meet newcomer families’ housing needs.
Opinion: The ocean is not a quiet place

Opinion: The ocean is not a quiet place

The sound of the marine environment has been underestimated, mainly because it is not audible to the human ear.
The wrong kind of 'hot dogs': RCMP remind owners the dangers of leaving pets in hot cars

The wrong kind of 'hot dogs': RCMP remind owners the dangers of leaving pets in hot cars

Be sure to leave your dog at home if you'll be in and out of your vehicle!
Videos: Bear chases, catches gosling on busy Metro Vancouver pitch and putt

Videos: Bear chases, catches gosling on busy Metro Vancouver pitch and putt

A little gosling isn't able to outrun the bear.
Study shows 90% of Canadians are worried about seafood mislabelling

Study shows 90% of Canadians are worried about seafood mislabelling

Fisheries and Oceans recommends stricter seafood traceability.
Canada's poorest residents more vulnerable to opioid-related harm, study finds

Canada's poorest residents more vulnerable to opioid-related harm, study finds

A new study has revealed a connection between a Canadian's socio-economic status and their susceptibility to opioid-related harm. Simultaneously, a landmark settlement has been reached to recover health-care costs related to opioid use.
Bank robberies on decline in Canada, says SFU criminologist

Bank robberies on decline in Canada, says SFU criminologist

Bank robberies less lucrative in an age when many transactions are made electronically.
Third Omicron wave expected to grow rapidly in coming weeks, peak in August

Third Omicron wave expected to grow rapidly in coming weeks, peak in August

When case counts rise, COVID modelling expert recommends a return to indoor masking, avoiding crowded spaces, getting booster vaccine
Opinion: How obituaries helped people grieve during the pandemic

Opinion: How obituaries helped people grieve during the pandemic

The pandemic has forced people to discover new ways of maintaining connection with one another and to consider their own mortality — obituaries played a part in making this easier.