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Should your salary be public? Should mine?

Should your salary be public? Should mine?

Every year, most Canadian provinces release lists of the top wages among public servants. And every year, lots of people get mad about them.
Will Jason Kenney's career survive in Alberta?

Will Jason Kenney's career survive in Alberta?

He returned to the province as a conservative saviour, uniting the right under one banner and vanquishing the NDP. But just a few short years later, Jason Kenney's own party—or at least a substantial chunk of it—wants him gone.
Everything you need to know about the (sigh) sixth wave of Covid

Everything you need to know about the (sigh) sixth wave of Covid

Hospitalizations are climbing again in parts of the country, and cases are rising in others. It's deja vu all over again. It's clear we're in for at least some sort of Spring rise in Covid-19, driven by the BA.
Can Canada transition both drivers and automakers to electric vehicles?

Can Canada transition both drivers and automakers to electric vehicles?

The federal government has ambitious targets set for the percentage of cars in Canada that will be electric by 2030. We're a long way from meeting them. But research shows hundreds of thousands of Canadians would like to purchase one.
Chasing a romance scammer across the country

Chasing a romance scammer across the country

When you trust someone with your heart, you have to accept that it might get broken. Things might not work out. You might grow apart. But at the least, you would hope for honesty. And if not honesty then ...
Rewind: It's real. Canada's going to the World Cup

Rewind: It's real. Canada's going to the World Cup

For decades, Canada's men's soccer team was irrelevant at best, a punchline at worst. While the women's side went on to Olympic medals and World Cup runs, the Canadian men ... did nothing. Until a few years ago, when the tide began to turn.
As the world shuns Russia, what happens to the International Space Station?

As the world shuns Russia, what happens to the International Space Station?

The ISS has long been well above Earth's political squabbles. But since Russia invaded Ukraine, and most of the world began sanctioning Putin's regime, it seems less likely it will remain that way.
Meet the west coast's Indigenous guardians

Meet the west coast's Indigenous guardians

There are places on the coast of British Columbia that can go weeks without a visit from the coast guard or government official. But the land is cared for all the same, and so is anyone who finds themselves in danger while they're on it.
What's going on in Antarctica? (And in the Arctic, too?)

What's going on in Antarctica? (And in the Arctic, too?)

A week ago, it was record-breaking temperatures. In the Arctic as well as the Antarctic. This weekend, an ice shelf the size of New York City broke off one of the parts of Antarctica that's supposed to be stable.
How worried should we be about animal reservoirs of Covid-19?

How worried should we be about animal reservoirs of Covid-19?

Canadian white-tailed deer can get SARS-CoV-2. More importantly, they can maybe transmit it back to humans. This may sound scary, but it's unclear how often it might happen. What's more important, however, are the questions this raises.
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