interview Police should be rewarded for community trust, not arrests, says expert New incentives and better training are needed to change relationships with racialized communities More »
Photos ‘Something tells me this is where I belong.” Seven Toronto millennials who found religion through C3 Church This ‘hipster’ church is attracting thousands of young, urbanties from all over the world. More »
Point of View ‘Cottagers & Indians’: The battle over water rights near my reserve Whether it’s the Oka Crisis or pipeline disputes out West, disagreements over land and water frequently become arguments and can even end in violence. More »
Article Troubled waters: Disputes over lakes, waterfronts have roared between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians From screaming matches to business opportunities, the outcome of negotiations have varied greatly. More »
Go to the Web Exclusive Seniors find downsizing brings new beginnings, but not without tears Downsizing is different from decluttering, says expert. “It’s not about the item. It’s about the event.” More »
Go to the Web Exclusive Fitness trackers can reveal intimate details about your personal life This data may be used by health insurance companies to decide how much your premiums cost More »
Go to the Web Exclusive Autonomous cars and connected cities have security risks While cities and car manufacturers rush to connect our streets, hackers have discovered the means to manipulate them. More »
Go to the Web Exclusive Smart doorbell cameras can lead to racial profiling Activists fear that surveillance technologies are used to monitor and contain minorities More »
Go to the Web Exclusive Smart home assistants have a staggering environmental cost What are we trading for the convenience of turning the lights on with our voice? More »
Read More ‘I used to think the internet would save us but not anymore,’ says reformed techno-utopian Instead of pursuing lofty ambitions, internet pioneers are finding new ways to monetize your household objects. More »