Sonny Wong

To Understand Trump, We Must Understand Ourselves

Sonny Wong | March 24, 2017 | Canada Living
Encountering a personality like Trump's is highly unusual. People like him can't rationally exist, we tell ourselves. He possesses a multitude of confounding characteristics that defy his office and position in life. But, with his combination of skills and deficiencies, he did win the presidency, didn't he? Yet we remain incredulous and struggle to come to terms with how this happened.
Craig and Marc Kielburger

A Room Of His Own: The Legacy Of Chanie Wenjack

Craig and Marc Kielburger | March 24, 2017 | Canada Impact
Amidst the shrubbery and tool displays at this year's Canada Blooms event, a landscaped pathway will tell the story of Chanie Wenjack, the 12-year-old Anishinaabe boy who died fleeing his residential school in 1966.
Shaun Lovejoy

What Is The Temperature Of The Earth's Surface?

Shaun Lovejoy | March 24, 2017 | Canada Living
In order to quantify climate change, centennial length records are needed. Over this period, the accuracy debate has almost exclusively focused on potential human bias. For example, thermometers change with technology and often, so do their exact locations.
Deepi Harish

#FoodPorn Is Changing The Way Millennials Eat

Deepi Harish | March 24, 2017 | Canada Living
Young people are obsessed with colours, food is colourful, which means it creates great still shots. Millennials aren't obsessed with food as much as they are taking pictures of it for social engagement. Since smartphone owners and purchasers of photo editing apps and filters are still dominated by youngins, it's almost impossible for this generation to not be able to take salivating photos, upload them to social media and connect with the rest of the world. Social media is changing the way they eat, maybe even the way we non-millennials eat.

5 Healthy Protein-Packed Quinoa Recipes | March 24, 2017 | Canada Living
Do you ever find yourself craving a meal that mainly consists of protein rather than carbs? One of the many sources of protein that we love right now is none other than QUINOA! The beautiful thing about quinoa is that not only is it diverse, but it contains a number of benefits.
The Team

The Future Of Canada's Rental Market

The Team | March 24, 2017 | Canada Living
2016 was a monstrous year for Canadian real estate, and it's hard to imagine what the effects of another record-setting year will have on the red hot rental market. To put things in perspective, the CREA Home Price Index jumped from 184 to 208.9 by the end of last year. The total number of home sales increased by 6.3 per cent year-over-year and anyone who tried to buy a home or condo is fully aware of what these figures meant for the price of homes.
William Osler Health System

What You Need To Know About Tuberculosis

William Osler Health System | March 24, 2017 | Canada Living
With today marking World TB Day, it is important to highlight that about 10.4 million people around the world are diagnosed with TB and 1.8 million die from the disease every year, according to the World Health Organization. While the majority of people with TB live in developing countries like India, Indonesia and Nigeria, the illness also affects people in Canada with more than 1,500 cases reported in 2014 alone.
Karen Selick

The Sickening Hypocrisy Of Marc Emery's Criminal Charges

Karen Selick | March 24, 2017 | Canada Politics
This time around, the penalties Marc faces are so high that he will finally get the jury trial he has long desired. Let's hope the jury recognizes the injustice of being asked to impose life imprisonment on a man whose only "crime" has been to openly do something the government has agreed should be legalized.
Kathy Smart

Pure Maple Syrup Has Some Oh-So-Canadian Health Benefits

Kathy Smart | March 24, 2017 | Canada Living
Oh, Canada! Our beloved home, and also the home of the liquid gold known the world over as pure maple syrup. Maple syrup is as Canadian as hockey, snow, and our classic red and white. But did you know that this liquid gold also has genuine nutrition benefits?
Terese Marie Mailhot

First Nations Living In Poverty Will Change The World

Terese Marie Mailhot | March 24, 2017 | Canada Living
Nobody saw me until I had a degree. Nobody gave a damn about me in foster care, or worse, they tried to save me -- to show me how horrible Indians were, and that I should assimilate into the culture of normalcy, the every day: the middle class default.
Junaid Jahangir

Canadian Muslims Must Confront The Hateful Speakers In Our Midst

Junaid Jahangir | March 24, 2017 | Canada Living
The problems highlighted by CIJ News forces Muslims to confront hateful Muslim speakers in the age of increasing Islamophobia. The coming together of Muslims and Jews in the wake of Islamophobic and anti-Semitic events allows us a golden opportunity to isolate hateful speakers and render horrid texts obsolete.
Dan Poole

An Insurance Guide For Home Buyers

Dan Poole | March 23, 2017 | Canada Living
While most people think about home insurance as protection for costly events that can happen to their home, it's also important to think about the things that can put your ability to pay for your home at risk. To help you protect your dream home, no matter the situation, here are a few insurance tips and must-haves for your new purchase.

This Is What It's Like To Be Black In Alberta | March 24, 2017 | Canada Alberta
As a native Torontonian, I moved to Edmonton about three years ago. Most of my friends left Ontario when Alberta's economy was strong and every year that went by they encouraged me to come for the endless opportunities. They warned me about the racism here, but I thought they were exaggerating.
Rubina Ahmed-Haq

How To Protect Yourself From Financial Fraud

Rubina Ahmed-Haq | March 23, 2017 | Canada Business
As a personal finance expert I know how important security is. You can spend years saving wisely, only to be duped by a savvy fraudster. Read about all of that in the Little Book of Scams provided by the government of Canada. It outlines all the latest ways fraudsters are trying to get their hands on your information.
Osman Shah

Is Canada's Multicultural Identity Only Skin-Deep?

Osman Shah | March 23, 2017 | Canada Politics
Can we say we are a multicultural society if we're unable to fundamentally accept its most basic concept: tolerance of other cultures and religions? Why is there a discrepancy between the support many Canadians show to multiculturalism -- and who often feverishly argue is the basis of Canadian identity -- and combating Islamophobia? If we're (arguably) a multicultural society then why are we also not an anti-Islamophobia society?
Jordan Cieciwa

My Mission To Make My Hometown Healthy Starts In The Workplace

Jordan Cieciwa | March 23, 2017 | Canada Living
What if we came back around to something simple? Our goal needs to be to eat real food for what it does for our energy, immune function, and cellular function. The gym should be seen as one of many tools to build strength and get exercise.
Sheryl Fink

Sealers Want To Start Annual Hunt During Pup Season. Enough Is Enough

Sheryl Fink | March 23, 2017 | Canada Living
Allowing the commercial seal slaughter to proceed while helpless pups are still nursing from their mothers is absolutely unacceptable. Harp seals are already facing threats from climate change and commercial exploitation; we should not be removing one of the few remaining protections left for this species.
Owen Charters

Federal Funding For STEM Empowers A New Generation Of Canadians

Owen Charters | March 23, 2017 | Canada Living
The 2017 federal budget pledges an incredible $50 million over two years to teach young Canadians to code. This is a huge boost to support Canadians in developing the skills and creativity needed to compete and lead in the global innovation race.
David Suzuki

Facts And Evidence Matter In Confronting Climate Crisis

David Suzuki | March 22, 2017 | Canada
As well as being a faulty assertion, pointing out the many uses for fossil fuels in an attempt to reject the need to reduce reliance on them is actually an argument in favour of burning less coal, gas and oil. Fossil fuels are useful for many purposes, so why extract, transport and burn them so rapidly and wastefully?
Dr. Marie Bountrogianni

What We Can Learn From 'Hidden Figures'

Dr. Marie Bountrogianni | March 22, 2017 | Canada Living
As we reflect on current events, sociopolitical uncertainty throughout the world seems to have only risen from where it sat at the beginning of the year. Nearly every day brings news of yet another racist, bigotry, or sexist comment from south of the border. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are under serious threat.
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