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Is your employer spying on you?

Is your employer spying on you?

If they were, you probably wouldn't know it. Since millions of white-collar workers began working from home during the pandemic, the demand for 'Tattleware' has rapidly increased.
How do we move past guilt and towards action on reconciliation?

How do we move past guilt and towards action on reconciliation?

It can be daunting, as a non-Indigenous Canadian to wrestle with the enormity of the crimes committed against Indigenous people by this country. And when we're asked to reflect upon it, the guilt can be overwhelming.
How vaccine passports put workers on the front lines of the pandemic fight

How vaccine passports put workers on the front lines of the pandemic fight

Most Canadian provinces now have or are planning to implement a vaccine passport.
The two Michaels are home, but Canada still doesn't have a foreign policy on China

The two Michaels are home, but Canada still doesn't have a foreign policy on China

It's wonderful that two Canadians caught in the middle of geopolitics are home and safe after more than 1,000 days detained in China. It's not great that the circumstances of their return seem to imply that hostage diplomacy works.
It's like Uber, but for Health Care Workers

It's like Uber, but for Health Care Workers

The app is called Staffy and it was created to help the hospitality industry fill gaps in scheduling when a server or cook couldn't work.
"Exist in the moment": Stephen Brunt on the Blue Jays' amazing run

"Exist in the moment": Stephen Brunt on the Blue Jays' amazing run

A month ago, they were close to dead in the standings. They needed a miracle. Now they are in the final stages of a playoff push and no team in their right mind wants to face the Blue Jays in the post-season.
A terrifying week on campus at Western University

A terrifying week on campus at Western University

Western has always been known as a party school, and with that comes a culture that can lead to sexual violence. But this year's freshman orientation week ("O-week" as the school calls it) was horrifying even by that standard.
What's happening in Alberta?

What's happening in Alberta?

The province is suffering from an absolutely devastating fourth wave of Covid. Premier Jason Kenney was absent until it was too late to prevent the worst of it.
What did we learn from another Liberal minority win?

What did we learn from another Liberal minority win?

A Liberal minority government. Likely within a few seats of where we started, 37 days ago.
36 Days in 28 Minutes: A rapid recap of a frantic campaign

36 Days in 28 Minutes: A rapid recap of a frantic campaign

This was the shortest possible election Canada could have had — so why did it feel so long? Maybe because nobody really wanted it.
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