“I’ve been dreaming about this since I was a child and watched my parents break their backs to be able to afford to live in this god forsaken country. Now if everyone collectively could just stop going to their retail jobs and demand the government to give us money.. chefs kiss” – @diariesofabipoc READ THE FULL THREAD HERE
“No workplace, no workplace harassment? Wrong. In my first for @thewalrus, I explored why the pandemic has driven harassment and bullying online, worsening many Canadians’ experiences and fueling underreporting:” – @sam_mccabage READ THE FULL THREAD HERE
“This week on The Conversation Piece: What happens when you think you’re making change and solving the world’s problems, but you really are the world’s problems? Author @AnandWrites speaks to this on this week’s podcast.” – @thewalrus READ THE FULL THREAD HERE
“For The Walrus, I wrote about the absolute chaos that has been the Canadian housing market during the pandemic, as people across the country (including me!) move out of city centres and to smaller towns and communities.” – @SeanWetselaar READ THE FULL THREAD HERE
“COVID-19 forced leaders and organizations to rethink how they operate. In @TheWalrus, our CEO @BruceM1 and @KckngHrseCoffee CEO Elana Rosenfeld look at how businesses can prepare and maintain trust as we head into not only a new year, but a new world.” – @get_proof READ THE FULL THREAD HERE
“It’s time to redefine leadership. The success of women leaders has been the silver lining of the pandemic. Learn how women lead differently than men in Lauren McKeon’s talk from @concordia presents #WalrusTalks at Home: Living Better. #FemaleLeaders” – @thewalrus READ THE FULL THREAD HERE
“Decolonization is about not just reimagining systems of equity, but creating them. – Dr. Roberta Timothy @UofT #WalrusTalks #accessibility #inclusion #resilience” – @thewalrus READ THE FULL THREAD HERE
“This pandemic has shown the glaring inequities in society, and it has had a disproportionate effect on racialized women. @annhui spoke on this topic at @YWcalgary presents The Walrus Talks at Home: Shifting the She-cession.” – @thewalrus READ THE FULL THREAD HERE
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