Canada

Citizenship and the niqab

Two contributors discuss the wearing of the niqab at citizenship ceremonies.Continue...

Aboriginal communities left behind in development discourse

The term “developed country” shouldn’t imply that countries in the global North have reached a sort of utopia.Continue...

A battle of brushes

“I thought it might have been spam.”Continue...

Tonga toppled at Richardson

Dreary skies, chippy play and unsafe seating couldn’t spoil Liam Underwood’s return to Kingston.Continue...

Canada’s game changed

There was a time that the janitor’s closet served as a changing room for Shawna Griffin.Continue...

Straight-set loss dashes Queen's campaign for gold

The men’s volleyball team’s shot at a national championship ended on Saturday night when they fell to the first-seeded Trinity Western Spartans 3-0 in front of 1,994 fans at the ARC.Continue...

Laval to compete in national final after win over Manitoba

Quebec Player of the Year Karl De Grandpré — who only posted three first-set kills — put the team on his back, recording 25 kills en route to a 3-1 victory.Continue...

Democracy is never ‘first past the post’

We supposedly live in a representative democracy. Yet in 2011, a party that only 39.6 per cent of the electorate voted for took majority control of Parliament .Continue...

Abortion access is an integral part of healthcare

For over 30 years, Canada has been the only nation in the world to have no legal abortion restrictions at a federal level. However, abortions are still far more politicized than other medical procedures, meaning your ability to access the procedure in Canada depends on how your provincial government, city, and doctor feel about abortion.Continue...

O Canada: The reality of anti-Indigenous discrimination

In the weeks leading up to the US election, die-hard Trump supporters took to social media to announce they’d be moving to Canada if the incumbent president wasn’t re-elected. Canadians took offence.Continue...

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