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The Toronto-based author, lawyer, and activist describes his early life and the insight it gave him into why so many young men feel alienated.
In her first book, the Toronto-based author explores the gendered expectations that shape boys' lives — and the culture at large.
A recent shift toward social responsibility in fashion may provide an opportunity for Indigenous knowledge to make an impact in the marketplace.
A new report suggests that Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board be restructured or replaced — but experts say the approach ignores wider systemic issues.
We talk to Dave Beverly-Foster, author of “Walking Home: From the Grand to the Saugeen Watershed,” about the rewards and perils of his 12-day hike.
The Hamilton-based musician shares a few stories about his odd, damaged, and sometimes downright disreputable early influences.
Nam Kiwanuka, host of The Agenda in the Summer, talks to musician Miranda Mulholland about legislative change and diversifying to make ends meet.
At designated sites across the province, visitors can camp out and take in the stars — without light pollution getting in the way.
The Agenda in the Summer host Nam Kiwanuka reflects on Aida Edemariam’s The Wife's Tale, a biography of the author's grandmother.
Business owners thought Peterborough needed tidying up. Local people needed jobs. Now they’re working together.
In his most recent novel, the British author examines evolving attitudes toward male intimacy.
A Law Society of Ontario review concludes that lawyers need to radically improve their understanding of Indigenous clients
Forgotten for decades in a London museum vault, a collection of 1930s recordings of Ojibway stories and songs has returned to Saugeen First Nation