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In the region’s remote First Nations more than 80 per cent of five year olds have tooth decay — but a new program aims to fix that.
ANALYSIS: A pair of recent viral videos show racialized people reacting to abuse in very different ways — and both approaches are equally legitimate, writes Chantal Braganza.
OPINION: Some activists argue that the province’s new “Equal Pay for Equal Work” legislation won’t do enough to combat pay discrimination. They’ve got a point, writes Lauren McKeon.
Evan Balgord, co-founder of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, on right-wing extremism, radicalization, and fighting back against intolerance.
In his book, Excessive Force: Toronto's Fight to Reform City Policing, former Toronto Police Services Board chair Alok Mukherjee argues that police forces need a culture change.
Tyendinaga has been under a boil-water advisory for 10 years — something the chief of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte is calling an instance of “environmental racism."
At 10 months old, Eleanor is too young to understand what happened on April 23. But when she’s older, I’ll tell her about the heroes — like her mother — who helped that day.
In northern Ontario, more First Nations girls are strapping on the skates — and parents are seeing the benefits far beyond the rink.
How a Toronto engineering professor and a famous British author came together to create one of Canada’s oddest academic rites.
Those who were forced to attend residential schools are entitled to financial compensation for the abuse they suffered. So why aren’t former patients of so-called Indian hospitals?
OPINION: The Liberals’ plan to spend big on mental-health care will benefit many women — but more needs to be done to reduce stigma and help the most vulnerable, writes Lauren McKeon.
OPINION: Understanding racism requires leaving your comfort zone, according to Ontario Human Rights Commissioners.
In northwestern Ontario, you’re a long way from the nearest indie theatre. Diehards have built a thriving scene anyway.
The New York Times and National Geographic have begun to reckon with their historical prejudices — but goodwill gestures must be backed up by institutional change, writes Chantal Braganza.
Canada's first prime minister no longer unites his hometown — he divides it.