• A woman wrinkles her brow and holds up a phone with a photo of her mouth over where her real mouth would be Me, My Selfies, and I - Those of us on the line between Gen X and millennial are watching our identities shift and age in a way no previous generation has by Erika Thorkelson
  • A digital collage featuring a hand holding up a smartphone to photograph an Arctic. Dark blue rays and red hearts are shining out of the phone. The North Runs on Facebook - At twenty, the social media giant might seem old school. For many of us up here, it’s still the place to be by Eva Holland


Events
  • The Walrus Talks Nature - Exploring how nature and Canada’s trails can play a pivotal role in bolstering the environment, economy, and health of all Canadians

Podcasts

2080 isn’t just a few years into the future—it’s two generations away. How can the Indigenous concept of 7 generation thinking inform how we understand our current circumstances and influence the decisions we make today? As we shift our focus to consider generational impact, we ask how young people envision the future and explore how AI may change the way we think and interact.

There is a gap between our anti-violence values and our competence and confidence to play an anti-violence role in real life, but Paulette Senior is determined to close it. Paulette is the CEO and President of the Canadian Women’s Foundation. She explains how confronting biases around gender-based violence is critical for supporting survivors and outlines what tools are available to those in crisis through the Canadian Women’s Foundation. This episode is presented by The Canadian Women’s Foundation.


On this episode, we delve into the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by Canadian lawyer, John Peters Humphrey. Adopted by the UN in 1948, it’s been over 75 years since global leaders pledged to prevent WWII horrors. As we celebrate its impact, it’s also an opportunity to have a conversation about the current state of human rights, both around the world, and in Canada.



Politics
Arts
  • A woman wrinkles her brow and holds up a phone with a photo of her mouth over where her real mouth would be Me, My Selfies, and I - Those of us on the line between Gen X and millennial are watching our identities shift and age in a way no previous generation has by Erika Thorkelson
Environment

Health
  • A photo showing part of the face of a tired woman in scrubs staring directly at the camera with lights shining against a dark background behind her. Don’t Get Sick in Quebec - What happens when a government decides to prioritize language laws over nurses and doctors? by Toula Drimonis
Poetry

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Fiction

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