If implemented, parent fees would drop by 50 per cent by 2022 and, ultimately, to $10-a-day by 2026.
With the announced intent to expand access, we must underline the need to build a universal system.
COVID-19 has worsened the precarious, sometimes abusive working conditions for migrant care workers—most of whom are women and racialized peoples.
Forty-seven people died that night—their hopes and dreams obliterated, future wiped out.
The rush back to some semblance of normalcy is understandable, but this sentiment can’t blind us to the work ahead.
As it stands right now, political parties in Canada face little oversight or transparency requirements for the data they collect and create about Canadian citizens.
Canada is no stranger to dynastic ownership of its media companies
A strong fact-checking industry can stop the normalization of lying and advocate for policy changes. But the weaponization of fact-checking can cause irreversible harm.
For decades, the media has been circling the issue of sexual violence, mirroring society’s discomfort.
Canadians need to face our history of violence, and we need a mediascape that can help us do this complicated, messy work.
COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care homes were preventable and devastating; 25 immigrant women health care aides in Calgary recommend solutions to prevent similar outbreaks in future and better protect and remunerate workers.
Like access to food, clean water, and health care, access to housing is a fundamental right to which all people are entitled.
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