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Two years into a pandemic, not much has changed for migrant workers

Two years into a pandemic, not much has changed for migrant workers

The first summer and fall of the pandemic, foreign migrant workers who come to pick Canada's fruits and vegetables were experiencing some of the toughest working conditions around.
Is a fish fight brewing between the US and Canada?

Is a fish fight brewing between the US and Canada?

British Columbia has put regulations in place to protect its dwindling salmon stocks, as fewer and fewer fish are returning to spawn. But those regulations don't apply in Alaska, and fish don't respect borders.
Gold, greed and lies at the Cordova mine

Gold, greed and lies at the Cordova mine

Investors — a lot of them — were told there was gold in the Cordova mine, and that's what they believed. But there wasn't. All that was there was a rundown office inhabited by bats. So begins the long fight to reclaim a lifetime of savings.
Universal health care is at a crossroads in Canada

Universal health care is at a crossroads in Canada

Almost since the day the pandemic began, provincial leaders have promised more hospital and ICU capacity. They've promised hundreds of beds, thousands of beds...
How an incident in PEI put hockey's changing culture on display

How an incident in PEI put hockey's changing culture on display

If Keegan Mitchell had just kept his head down and played the game, none of this would have happened. And we'd all be worse off for it.
Why are Toronto streets still so deadly?

Why are Toronto streets still so deadly?

Toronto's Vision Zero plan is now five years old. The city's residents are still waiting for it to work. On Boxing Day, the latest tragedy saw a car jump a downtown curb onto a busy corner, injuring several and killing a teenager.
Will the federal government finally do right by First Nations children?

Will the federal government finally do right by First Nations children?

Fifteen years ago, a human rights complaint was filed against the federal government over their fundamentally unequal treatment of First Nations children in the child welfare system.
The strange origin story of psychedelics in Saskatchewan

The strange origin story of psychedelics in Saskatchewan

In the 1950s, before they fuelled the acid-trips of the '60s, psychedelics were being passed around the Weyburn Mental Hospital in Saskatchewan.
Is a vaccine tax ethical? And how will we know when Omicron has peaked?

Is a vaccine tax ethical? And how will we know when Omicron has peaked?

With hospitals under stress across the country, governments are pulling out all the stops to keep the health care system working. Ontario will allow internationally educated nurses to apply for accreditation.
The long fight to bring a miracle drug to Canadians

The long fight to bring a miracle drug to Canadians

It's called Trikafta, and people living with Cystic Fibrosis describe it as a true game-changer. It can treat symptoms at the source rather than manage them endlessly every day.
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