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15 Tumblr Posts That Are 100% Without A Doubt Canadian

15 Hilarious Tumblr Posts That Are Just Very, Very Canadian

15 Tumblr Posts That Are 100% Without A Doubt Canadian

Ontario's school reopening plan ignores a glaringly obvious problem

Ontario's school reopening plan ignores a glaringly obvious problem

Asking parents to prepare for half-time school in September is not a viable school reopening plan.

We are all Treaty people: Support Mi’kmaq fishers

We are all Treaty people: Support Mi’kmaq fishers

We are all Treaty people: Support Mi’kmaq fishers

The northern lights fill the sky over the remote First Nations community of Attawapiskat. Attawapiskat is an isolated First Nation community located in northern Ontario, Canada, at the mouth of the Attawapiskat River on James Bay. On April 9, 2016, the community of approximately 2,000 people declared a state of emergency after being overwhelmed with attempted suicides, over 100 attempts in a 10-month period. Image by David Maurice Smith/Oculi. Canada, 2016.

The Suicide Crisis in Attawapiskat in Context: The Legacy of Canada's Residential Schools

People of the Parting Rocks: Gaining cultural context of the Indigenous suicide crisis facing the Cree community of Attawapiskat.

Canada’s pandemic ‘slow burn’ is best possible scenario under the circumstances: U of T health experts

Canada’s pandemic ‘slow burn’ is best possible scenario under the circumstances: U of T health experts

Canada’s pandemic ‘slow burn’ is best possible scenario under the circumstances: U of T health experts

Court rejects Bell, Rogers appeals of CRTC decision on wholesale internet rates

Court rejects Bell, Rogers appeals of CRTC decision on wholesale internet rates | CBC News

The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed appeals by Canada's largest telephone and cable companies, handing an interim victory to the country's independent internet providers.

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blm — Anthony Truong Swan

blm — Anthony Truong Swan

Nestlé Waters leaving Canada is a community success | The Council of Canadians

Nestlé Waters leaving Canada is a community success

This afternoon, Nestlé Canada Inc. announced it will leave the Canadian bottled water market and sell its bottled water brand, Nestlé Pure Life, to Ice River Springs. This is a significant win for communities across Canada, and everyone who has been fighting the bottled water giant.

The realities of U of T students in the age of ‘Zoom University’

The realities of U of T students in the age of ‘Zoom University’

Accessibility, mental health, and buying VPNs around the world

The long-standing criminological insight is that significant police resources are devoted to handling high volume, low-level offences rather than majo...

Defunding police will not compromise public safety

The long-standing criminological insight is that significant police resources are devoted to handling high volume, low-level offences rather than majo...

Data analysis reveals three-quarters of Toronto cops reside outside the city - The Globe and Mail

Data analysis reveals three-quarters of Toronto cops reside outside the city

The debate over the ‘commuter cop’ trend was revived this month after a recommendation by a prominent appeal court judge to boost local representation on police forces across Ontario

1% pay increase under public-sector wage cap a 'slap in the face,' Ontario registered nurses say | CBC News

Ontario nurses say 1% pay increase a "slap in the face" | CBC News

Registered nurses in Ontario hospitals say the one year, one per cent wage increase awarded to them under the legislation that caps public-sector wages devalues the work they do.

Grocery chains scrap $2 hourly pay bump for workers implemented at start of COVID-19 | CBC News

Grocery chains scrap $2 hourly pay bump for workers implemented at start of COVID-19 | CBC News

Grocery chains Loblaws and Metro, as well as Walmart, have decided to stop giving their workers the pay bump of an extra $2 an hour they put in place in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Minister Stephen Lecce said recently that we need to re-imagine a better approach for our students and our collective future. I agree with him. But we...

Opinion | We must reach for something larger when schools reopen

Minister Stephen Lecce said recently that we need to re-imagine a better approach for our students and our collective future. I agree with him. But we...

The Toronto Transit Commission is hiring inspectors to catch fare evaders at a time of frozen ridership and stagnant service levels on much of the sur...

Opinion | The TTC appears to be focusing on punishing riders, not enticing new ones

The Toronto Transit Commission is hiring inspectors to catch fare evaders at a time of frozen ridership and stagnant service levels on much of the sur...