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Will BC’s government fix the racism in its health care system?

Will BC’s government fix the racism in its health care system?

An investigation into an allegation of a racist game being played by hospital staff turned into a detailed report about system racism in British Columbia's health care system. The province has vowed to take action,
Covid-19 has hit Canadian charities where it hurts

Covid-19 has hit Canadian charities where it hurts

This is the time of year when Canadians traditionally up their giving. But a lot of that tends to happen in person. This year, Covid-19 has made that tough. And the big picture isn't much better: In a year of economic hardship,
How the PlayStation took over Sony, and games took over the world

How the PlayStation took over Sony, and games took over the world

You probably don't have a PlayStation 5. And even if you don't want one, there's likely someone in your life who is desperate to get their hands on it.
What we do and don’t know about Covid-19 vaccines for Canadians

What we do and don’t know about Covid-19 vaccines for Canadians

We have more doses on order per capita than any other nation. But we also have no real domestic production capacity. If you ask the Liberals, we're among the world leaders in terms of when Canadians can expect to be vaccinated.
A delicate balance between humans, bears and fish

A delicate balance between humans, bears and fish

It's a cycle that repeats itself in many ecosystems where humans live: Harmony, profit, imbalance and then a desperate need to fix things. When wild salmon runs around Wuikinuxv, BC, dwindled to almost nothing,
Vancouver wants to decriminalize all drugs. Will it happen? Will it help?

Vancouver wants to decriminalize all drugs. Will it happen? Will it help?

Last week Vancouver's City Council voted unanimously to ask the federal government for an exemption that would allow the city to decriminalize small amounts of all drugs.
Who is the woman who broke baseball’s glass ceiling?

Who is the woman who broke baseball’s glass ceiling?

One thing people around the game who know Kim Ng agree on is that she should have had a top job long ago. But considering baseball's legacy of promoting ex-players, many doubted the day would ever come. In November,
Sometimes you have to talk about Fight Club

Sometimes you have to talk about Fight Club

It seemed like a prank posted to social media—but there are witnesses who confirmed that the advertised fight night between McGill University students actually happened. Nobody was hurt, and it might have been a harmless enough story,
Small businesses are desperate and angry, and close to ruin

Small businesses are desperate and angry, and close to ruin

The irresponsible and illegal opening of an Etobicoke, Ontario BBQ joint this week ended Thursday when the owner was finally arrested. But in the Toronto area, it remains to be seen if he'll be the last person to defy the province's regulation. -
How Alberta’s Covid-19 control crashed and burned

How Alberta’s Covid-19 control crashed and burned

For the first six months of the pandemic, Alberta was one of the best provinces in Canada at containing Covid-19. Then it all went wrong. This week alone, the province had a day in which its case count was higher than Ontario's,
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