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How can we fix North American cities?

How can we fix North American cities?

Many North American cities are locked in a damaging cycle, whereby new suburban expansion is needed to subsidize the infrastructure costs of old development.
How Canada's Catholic Church escaped payments to residential school survivors

How Canada's Catholic Church escaped payments to residential school survivors

The Canadian government thought it was an agreement on a minor part of the settlement the church owed for its part in residential schools.
What would electoral reform in Canada look like?

What would electoral reform in Canada look like?

The Prime Minister said in the closing days of a close campaign that he was "open" to electoral reform. That came as a surprise to the millions of people who watched him break his promise on the issue after the 2015 election.
What does Canada do with reports of UFO sightings?

What does Canada do with reports of UFO sightings?

The Canadian government receives more credible information regarding Unidentified Flying Objects than you'd ever imagine. And you don't see much, if any, of it.
How a driving instructor allegedly got away with decades of harassment and abuse

How a driving instructor allegedly got away with decades of harassment and abuse

Steve Wallace claims he's taught more than 25,000 people who to drive. Dozens of them say he harassed and abused them while he did so.
How the rise and fall of Ozy illustrates what's wrong with digital media

How the rise and fall of Ozy illustrates what's wrong with digital media

Ozy was a digital publisher that claimed to have an audience of tens of millions. Had you ever heard of them before last week? Me neither.
Facebook is critical infrastructure. It also knows how bad it can be for people. What happens now?

Facebook is critical infrastructure. It also knows how bad it can be for people. What happens now?

When Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp all vanished for hours on Monday, it wasn't a nefarious plan. It was a mistake.
How a Calgary-based proof of vaccination app was breached

How a Calgary-based proof of vaccination app was breached

Portpass was recommended to fans by the entity that owns two Calgary sports teams. They weren't alone. According to the company's estimates, more than 500,000 Canadians were using Portpass to show proof of their vaccination status.
A reporter's investigation into the origins of Covid-19

A reporter's investigation into the origins of Covid-19

In the early days of the pandemic, a conspiracy theory claimed that the virus was intentionally released from a lab. It was seized upon by the worst people and drove racist scapegoating of Asian people around the world.
Are unions poised for a comeback?

Are unions poised for a comeback?

Private-sector union membership has declined significantly in recent decades, in part due to a vast pool of foreign labour that has left many domestic workers in constant fear of being outsourced.
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