Shaming people into fighting climate change won't work, says scientist
As Greta Thunberg sails across the Atlantic to highlight the climate impact of flying, we're asking whether the "flight shame" movement helps — or hurts — climate activism. One expert says inspiring people is a more effective way to create change.
Candy Palmater recommends 3 LGBTQ books you should read now
The actor, comedian and former lawyer's reading tastes are as eclectic as her resume.
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A U.S. survey suggests MDs should fire vaccine-refusing patients
A majority of parents vaccinate their kids against measles. Some are wary about seeing a doctor who keeps an open door to vaccine refusers.
Foreign Affairs parliamentary secretary says 'plans are in place' to assist Canadian citizens in Hong Kong
How protecting extinct woolly mammoths could help save the elephant
Early risers are not necessarily healthier, wealthier or wiser
Podcast: Women's lives upended after cancer diagnosis linked to BIOCELL breast implants
Finding Dory didn't endanger blue tang fish, say researchers studying the 'Nemo effect'
Newfoundland novelist Michael Crummey on the "appalling confusion" of childhood
An apology expert's advice after Justin Trudeau's SNC-Lavalin affair
Three Canadian climbers discuss the risks and rewards of extreme adventure
Remembering Toni Morrison: the iconic author reflects on family, race and coping with personal tragedy
Foodora courier fed up with delivery company's efforts to put the brakes on unionization
The 1994 Montreal Expos could have been champions — then came a strike
'Murder of democracy': Kashmiri activist plans Supreme Court challenge against India
Late great summer listens
SNC-Lavalin, take two
Conspiracy theories over Jeffrey Epstein's death will always move faster than evidence: expert
Belgian man makes video game about his 93-year-old grandmother's WW II memories
From the fall of Rome to gin and tonic: How the mosquito 'shaped our history'
Fall Book Preview
30 Canadian picture books to watch for this fall
Some summer camps are using facial-recognition tech to give parents 'a glimpse of life at camp'
Mud, no bathrooms and bad trips: Grace Slick looks back on Woodstock