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We're still short on kids' fever meds, and those aren't the only drugs we need

We're still short on kids' fever meds, and those aren't the only drugs we need

Pain and fever meds for children—acetaminophen and ibuprofen, usually—have been in short (or no) supply across the country for several months.
Will Canadians really accept two drinks a week?!

Will Canadians really accept two drinks a week?!

When new drinking guidelines for Canadians were released, it was the headline takeaway that got the most attention, and scorn. And viral interview responses. In fact, many of the other recommendations were ignored.
Two deals provide real hope for Indigenous land governance

Two deals provide real hope for Indigenous land governance

It's fair to be skeptical of ANY deal announced by a government or resource company that will lead to natural resource extraction on Indigenous land. They don't have a good track record here, to put it mildly.
Inside the rise and fall of plant-based meat

Inside the rise and fall of plant-based meat

It seems Impossible. Plant-based meat products were supposed to take us Beyond our love for beef, save the environment and maybe even make us healthier. For a while, it seemed the hype was real, and the growth was sustainable.
Why it's never been harder to get away with murder

Why it's never been harder to get away with murder

In one word: Cameras. If you live in a city, you should probably assume there's at least one camera watching you at all times, never mind the phones that are whipped out the second anything interesting happens.
A Canadian team used AI to make a cancer drug. Is this a game-changer?

A Canadian team used AI to make a cancer drug. Is this a game-changer?

It's a process that can take up to a decade. And individual aspects of it can take up to a year or more. Or... it can take, like, a month. The drug development process is time-consuming, intense and very, very expensive.
Why food banks can't solve the problem of hungry Canadians

Why food banks can't solve the problem of hungry Canadians

In 2021, Statistics Canada reported 5.8 million Canadians suffered some level of food insecurity. As inflation has spiked, so have stories of hungry families needing food banks to fill their tables.
Is Ontario's public health care on a slippery slope?

Is Ontario's public health care on a slippery slope?

Canadians are passionate about their healthcare. Even when the system is in crisis, we're proud of having universal care, and we want it to work.
Hudson's Bay Company has a long and complicated legacy. But does it have a future?

Hudson's Bay Company has a long and complicated legacy. But does it have a future?

It's probably the single brand most associated with Canada. It's also the single brand most associated with colonization, stolen land and genocide of Indigenous peoples. Yes, the Hudson's Bay company has a long legacy.
Canada has big immigration goals. Will we really do the work to meet them?

Canada has big immigration goals. Will we really do the work to meet them?

Many think of Canada as a promised land for immigrants from all over the world. That's because Canada literally needs newcomers to survive. As much as we love that image, it's not altruistic.
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