Saving Rabbit
An intimate look at the opioid crisis through the eyes of Peter, a.k.a. ‘Rabbit,’ a 26-year-old facing addicted to fentanyl and finding his way toward recovery.
Thursday, September 12 at 9 PM
Trying to be a “Perfect Muslim” in an Islamophobic World
In order to support Muslim teens, we need to embrace their complexity.
Press freedom in Canada is under attack too
We worry about eroding rights for press in countries like Russia, Egypt and even the United States. But we need to pay attention to what's happening at home.

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Disruptor Conductor

Disruptor Conductor

Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser is an unlikely hero on a mission to create live orchestral shows that are for everyone.

The Mill

The Mill

Indigenous and non-Indigenous fishers say ‘No Pipe’; the pulp mill says ‘No Pipe, No Mill.’ Now, a 50-year environmental controversy has come to a boiling point in Pictou County, N.S.

Never Too Old

Never Too Old

‘A sweet little old lady, I am not!’ Olive Bryanton, 81, is working hard to get a PhD and help change the world for older women living in her rural community.

Behind the Lens Blog

‘His life is a constant battle for survival’: Meet ‘Rabbit,’ a fentanyl user in Toronto

‘His life is a constant battle for survival’: Meet ‘Rabbit,’ a fentanyl user in Toronto

I visited Rabbit in hospitals, crisis centres and detox facilities, witnessing more tumult in a short time in his life than the average person experiences in a lifetime

Humboldt Broncos assistant coach Mark Cross was my lifelong friend

Humboldt Broncos assistant coach Mark Cross was my lifelong friend

Like most small-town kids from Saskatchewan, we both lived and breathed hockey

B.C.‘s Granger Taylor left a note saying he was boarding an alien spaceship — then he disappeared

B.C.‘s Granger Taylor left a note saying he was boarding an alien spaceship — then he disappeared

I made it my mission to find out as much as I could about Taylor and what happened to him.

Workers and widows in Peterborough, Ont., fight a ‘conspiracy of silence’ to tell their story

Workers and widows in Peterborough, Ont., fight a ‘conspiracy of silence’ to tell their story

Concerned that their jobs had made their town sick, citizens transform into activists

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