Canadian foreign policy has made Muslim-Canadians feel as if their lives are not equal to the lives of others, while perpetuating the false connection between Islam and terrorism.
AI-rooted automation could play a role in supporting immigration targets and ensuring the success of new immigrants in Canada’s post-pandemic economy, writes Mariya Postelnyak.
The recent, spectacular rise of hip hop into the Chinese mainstream provides an attractive case study with which to examine China's internal conflicts, both highlighting a maturation in China’s domestic market, but also illustrating the country's reticence in giving agency to artists.
It is essential to recognize the disproportionate challenges that many communities face due to their race, age, location, or access to resources and, in so doing, address the inequalities in Canada’s pandemic response.
If Canada plays its cards right, it can assume primacy in the international democratic order, creating resilience in the face of a rising China.
Despite Operation HONOUR’s “zero tolerance” policy, sexual misconduct has remained an ongoing problem, with allegations now reaching some of the CAF’s most senior leadership.
With cautious optimism creeping in, the question of COVID-19 recovery is front and centre. And despite being a middle power on the world stage, Canada can, if it takes the right steps, be a leader in the path to recovery.
To disarm the trend of hyperpartisanship, we need to realize the limitations of our own orthodoxies and mindsets.
Scotland’s election on May 6 saw the Scottish National Party (SNP) win 64 of 129 seats in Holyrood, Scotland’s Parliament. Nicola Sturgeon, the leader of the SNP, takes this win—the latest in a series of four consecutive wins for the party—as a mandate to press ahead with a second referendum for Scottish independence.
TW/CW: domestic violence, violence against women, gender-based violence A year into the pandemic, it is clear that COVID-19…