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'A community of widows': How African-Nova Scotians are confronting a history of environmental racism
"The dump never really went out — the fire always burned there."
Monday February 19, 2018
THE CURRENT 'Does cancer not care I have plans?': Terminal diagnosis forces author to grab hold of life
Kate Bowler spent years studying the Christian belief that everything happens for a reason. When she was diagnosed with incurable cancer, it was a belief she had to face head on.read comments audioListen 18:39
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It is unclear how Patrick Brown's bid to run for the leadership of the Progressive Conservatives in Ontario — which he left last month over sexual misconduct allegations — will affect both the election, and the #MeToo movement. More read comments video
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Laurie Santos started a course at Yale to teach students how to be happy. They responded by signing up in bigger numbers than the university has ever seen, and now it's going global. More read commentsListen 22:28
It's the most-mentioned social media platform in recent U.S. indictments and critics aren't convinced efforts made by Facebook to prevent future interference are all that airtight. MoreListen 26:22