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Afghanistan's first female Olympian urges Canada to speed asylum process for refugees

Afghanistan's first female Olympian urges Canada to speed asylum process for refugees

Rezayee, who made history as one of Afghanistan's first two female Olympians in 2004, now lives in Vancouver. She founded Women Leaders of Tomorrow to support women and girls in Afghanistan through education and athletic opportunities
<b>OPINION:</b> Canada’s next government should shift from reconciliation to decolonization and Indigenous self-determination

OPINION: Canada’s next government should shift from reconciliation to decolonization and Indigenous self-determination

Even though the MMIWG final report’s first Call for Justice was that the government must develop an action plan within one year, the federal government didn’t do it
<b>CANADA:</b> Hospital says protests against pandemic measures 'demoralizing' for health-care staff

CANADA: Hospital says protests against pandemic measures 'demoralizing' for health-care staff

The University Health Network, which runs Toronto General Hospital, made the comments in a statement ahead of a number of protests expected to take place at hospitals across Canada on Monday
<b>CANADA:</b> Growing vaccine mandates reveal split in labour movement

CANADA: Growing vaccine mandates reveal split in labour movement

The growing number of vaccine mandates in the public and private sectors have exposed a fault line in Canada's labour movement
OPINION: Parks are about promoting everyone’s public health — not just boosting homeowners’ property value

OPINION: Parks are about promoting everyone’s public health — not just boosting homeowners’ property value

Although the pandemic has clarified the beneficial role of parks in promoting health and well-being in urban communities, it has also highlighted inequities in accessing parks and green spaces
Trudeau says he did not want Wilson-Raybould to lie as SNC-Lavalin affair re-emerges

Trudeau says he did not want Wilson-Raybould to lie as SNC-Lavalin affair re-emerges

The excerpt from the tell-all book 'Indian in the Cabinet' — published in the Globe and Mail — came as the NDP revealed the cost of platform over the next five years, and police in London, Ont., charged a man in connection with a gravel throwing incident against Trudeau
<b>OPINION:</b> Children’s concerns and feelings are ignored in back-to-school planning

OPINION: Children’s concerns and feelings are ignored in back-to-school planning

How do children feel about pandemic measures that affect their lives and sense of security?
BEYOND LOCAL: How your smartphone can help enhance cognitive abilities

BEYOND LOCAL: How your smartphone can help enhance cognitive abilities

Digital devices and technologies can enhance the way we learn and work, experts say
OPINION: As people continue working from home, the monthly transit pass needs to change to remain worth it

OPINION: As people continue working from home, the monthly transit pass needs to change to remain worth it

Transit agencies are worried it may take years to regain lost use from the COVID-19 pandemic
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> 10 years later after How 50 Shades of Grey changed the landscape of self-publishing

BEYOND LOCAL: 10 years later after How 50 Shades of Grey changed the landscape of self-publishing

Substantial cultural commentary and numerous studies addressed how the ‘infamous’ novel influenced both readers and the publishing industry