Progressive politics, ideas & culture


Are Canadians changing their approach to sex?

Kate Sloan

Why penetrative sex isn't all it's cracked up to be

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Syrian refugees build community with cooking

Amanda Scriver

Behind the scenes at the Newcomer Kitchen and Karam Kitchen in Ontario

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Inside the Canadian government’s plans to help thousands of homeless veterans

Tyler Hooper

A 2015 study found nearly 2,250 veterans use emergency shelters on a regular basis

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Inside the Chronicle Herald’s ongoing strike

Michaela Cavanagh

The now nine-month strike exposes media’s precarious labour landscape. In an industry rife with layoffs and low on jobs, how can unions protect news integrity, connect with young journalists, and keep everybody from crossing the picket line?

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Is Bill C-225 a stepping stone to restrict abortion rights in Canada?

Courtney Dickson

Behind the controversial bill that, if passed, could add charges to offences committed against pregnant individuals where the fetus is also harmed

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Why B.C. needs more doctors trained in addictions medicine

Courtney Dickson

Even with a shortage of doctors in the province, understanding substance use is imperative

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The media organization Canada needs to understand Indigenous issues

Laura Eley

Rick Harp's mediaINDIGENA is a much-needed platform for an underserved population

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OPINION: Don’t let Jordan Peterson debate at the University of Toronto

Alex Abramovich and Lisa Couperthwaite

The campus debate, scheduled for November 19, puts the health and well-being of LGBTQ2S students at risk

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How a non-profit is supporting Toronto dancers with a safe space

Michaela Cavanagh

Launched in 2009, Love-in provides alternative training to professional dancers

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Post Ashes, Station I and II

Canisia Lubrin

Poetry by Canisia Lubrin

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Making radio magic with Toronto’s Veronica Simmonds

Michaela Cavanagh

Yes, she'll braid your hair on the air

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Inside Toronto’s arts education revolution

Steph Wechsler

Just BGraphic's summer academy providers accessible, constructive activities during "at-risk" hours

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Hey, TTC: You should listen to Body Confidence Canada

Hillary Di Menna

The National Ballet and the TTC have come under fire for its latest ad campaign—and the criticism is worth listening to

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Meet the woman helping the homeless rebuild their lives in Canada

Talia Wooldridge

Lia Grimanis's Up With Women focuses on the effects of poverty on homeless and at-risk women

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July Dukkha

Spencer Gordon

Poetry by Spencer Gordon

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