The death and subsequent rush to fill the seat of United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has shone a light on the politicization of America's highest court. So why is this not the same in Canada and how does our nomination process differ?
Dale Weil, executive director of the Teresa Dellar Palliative Care Residence in Montreal, the largest freestanding palliative care facility in Canada, talks about its approach to guarantee proper end-of-life care during a pandemic.
Through its structural and attitudinal manifestations, medical racism continues to perpetuate state violence against hundreds of thousands of Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan may increase intra-NATO tensions as Turkish and NATO interests diverge and conflict.
Recent incidents of systemic racism seem to point to a troubling pattern of discrimination in multiple institutions of the country including healthcare, education, and employment amongst others.
2020's Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) managed to deliver a rich experience for film goers - and may be foreshadowing for the future of the film industry.