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Progressive politics, ideas & culture


The gig is up

Ryan Hayes

App-based workers in Canada are taking things into their own hands

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Good riddance, Canada Fitness Test

Julia Zarankin

You are not missed

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Portraits of Black excellence

Christelle Saint-Julien

Simone Elizabeth Saunders uses a traditional technique to make contemporary masterpieces

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Writing through pain

Shazia Hafiz Ramji

Eli Tareq El Bechelany-Lynch’s epistolary poems confront chronic pain

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Conor Kerr

Fiction from our January/February issue

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Love alone could not protect us

Brittany Penner

On connecting, reconnecting, and reflecting

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I can’t say her name

Venus Noirre

On Black mental health during the pandemic

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Reality bites

Sofia Osborne

Edmonton podcast investigates anti-Black racism and policing

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Equal work, equal pay

Julia Mastroianni

A timeline of how midwives in Ontario fought a 30-year battle against gender discrimination to earn back pay equity

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Just the essentials

Tina Knezevic

Winnipeg group advocates for quality affordable childcare

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In crisis

Sohini Bhattacharya

Canada’s sexual assault centres face chronic underfunding and cuts leading to long waitlists and staffing issues. How centres are dealing with a crisis of their own

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We have done enough

Jessica P. Kirk

Reflections on creative practice and its role within movements for Black life

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