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Why this report on military sexual assault might, just might, be different

Why this report on military sexual assault might, just might, be different

Canada's governments are very good at commissioning reports, listening to recommendations and then ... not doing much. It's a pattern we've perfected over the years.
Why have the polls in Ontario barely budged?

Why have the polls in Ontario barely budged?

For an election so hotly anticipated by angry partisans, Ontario's month-long campaign doesn't seem to have inspired much of a shift from pre-election polls.
For a supposedly secure currency, there are a lot of crypto thefts. Why?

For a supposedly secure currency, there are a lot of crypto thefts. Why?

You see them in the headlines every week or so: Hundreds of thousands—more often, millions—of dollars in cryptocurrency or NFTs, stolen by hackers or scammers who lured their victims into providing access to their secure wallets, only to empty them o
A mine, a northern community, and 237,000 tonnes of arsenic

A mine, a northern community, and 237,000 tonnes of arsenic

We've known for a long time that mining can come with harmful by-products, but Canada has often been slow to put this knowledge into action.
Is the pandemic really, finally ending? And if so, what comes next?

Is the pandemic really, finally ending? And if so, what comes next?

Pandemics end. It's in their nature. And in recent weeks there's a large amount of data pointing to declining deaths worldwide and the logical end of the one that's plagued us for two-plus years. Finally.
How to afford groceries during a global food crisis

How to afford groceries during a global food crisis

New numbers show Canada's rate of food inflation has hit a 40-year high, even passing the rate of the United States. Millions of Canadians are trying to balance their grocery bill with their budget and having to make difficult choices.
From romance to crypto investments to broke: The pandemic's latest dating scam

From romance to crypto investments to broke: The pandemic's latest dating scam

It begins on a dating app you use and trust, with a user located in your city. Not with emails out of nowhere or random DMs.
What's in Bill 96? And why is it tearing apart Quebec's uneasy language truce?

What's in Bill 96? And why is it tearing apart Quebec's uneasy language truce?

Fights over language have always been a part of Quebec politics, and of life in the province in general. For the most part, they tend to end in a begrudging compromise, with French protected and English available but not given equal billing.
How did Canadian politics become so nasty?

How did Canadian politics become so nasty?

You see it most visibly when party leaders like Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh are accosted outside of events.
After 13 years, how is Uber still not turning a profit?

After 13 years, how is Uber still not turning a profit?

The secret to Uber's success was always supposed to be scale. The company subsidized rides and drivers, operating at a loss on each ride, as it grew into what is now a global behemoth.
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