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How America’s biggest flour company survived 2020

How America’s biggest flour company survived 2020

Remember when flour disappeared for a brief moment as we stocked up for the pandemic? It wasn't because we bought up all the flour in the world.
One year after the Wet’suwet’en protests

One year after the Wet’suwet’en protests

In February 2020, RCMP officers raided Wet’suwet’en camps along the route of the $6.6 billion Coastal GasLink pipeline in northern B.C that plans to transport natural gas through Indigenous territory. Police arrested dozens of Indigenous people,
Uncovering the little known Black history of Oakville, Ontario (and other Canadian cities)

Uncovering the little known Black history of Oakville, Ontario (and other Canadian cities)

The history of every Canadian city isn't always what we think it is. We stumble upon some of it, on plaques in parks or benches across our cities but a lot of it remains unknown, especially the contributions of Black Canadians.
“One moment of romance in an otherwise stressful year”

“One moment of romance in an otherwise stressful year”

In a breakaway from the pains of the pandemic, today we bring you the sappiest Canadian love story we could find. She was a master's student visiting London, searching for someone to see her favourite show with. He already had tickets.
Let’s unmask the confusion about masks

Let’s unmask the confusion about masks

As new variants of Covid-19 spread around the world, we're all a little worried about the strength of our masks.
Can the city of Toronto make high-speed internet more accessible?

Can the city of Toronto make high-speed internet more accessible?

Earlier this month, Toronto City Council approved a plan to build its own high-speed broadband network. It’s an ambitious idea that will be tried out in three low-income neighbourhoods.
Where are Canada’s vaccines? Part 2

Where are Canada’s vaccines? Part 2

In June 2020, Canada established its COVID-19 vaccine task force. The federal government recruited 11 vaccine and infectious disease experts from across the country.
Where are Canada’s vaccines? Part 1

Where are Canada’s vaccines? Part 1

Canada's efforts to secure vaccines started with a phone call between a trade commissioner in Boston and a senior member of Moderna.
We’re (finally) starting to teach Black history in Canada

We’re (finally) starting to teach Black history in Canada

In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, Ryerson's school of journalism emailed students asking how to improve their program. Students responded by creating a petition demanding a Black-Canadian reporting course; over 3,
Men have vanished on Vancouver Island. What happened to them?

Men have vanished on Vancouver Island. What happened to them?

Over the past several years, vulnerable men have been disappearing from communities around Vancouver Island. They walk away, and then they are never seen again. Are they running? Have they gotten lost, and perished in the woods?
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