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If pot use increases, government should amend legislation: CMAJ editorial
An editorial in the Canadian Medical Association Journal says Canada should actively monitor the use of cannabis following legalization. Dr.Brian Goldman (@NightshiftMD) explains why.
Canadian peacekeepers can accomplish 'very little' in Mali conflict, says expert
As a UN report warns that the situation in Mali has deteriorated sharply, one expert argues that Canada's peacekeeping mission in the conflict-ridden country is "a wasted opportunity to do more."
The real-life 'ghost rapes' that inspired Miriam Toews's new novel, Women Talking
The award-winning author talks to Shelagh Rogers about writing a novel around a true series of violent events against women that took place in a Mennonite community.
Indigenous communities hope to cash in on cannabis, but how they'll do it is unclear
Canada is unprepared for the demographic time-bomb hurtling at us
Can an artist sue an AI over copyright infringement?
'It's demeaning to our women': Petition wants Indigenous costumes pulled from Spirit Halloween shelves
Step into my chair: offering men therapy at the barbershop
'Now that red line is broken': Exiled journalist says the fate of Jamal Khashoggi sets a dangerous precedent
Scientists play Fortnite to teach us about climate change
Going public with Weinstein allegations was the 'right thing to do,' Erika Rosenbaum says one year later
'We can mitigate the consequences': How parents are grappling with legal pot
Aren't you too old for that? The late life plunge into a PhD
Illusion or allusion? Let these word nerds help save you from these common language mistakes
Tariffs: National security consideration or money grab?
U.S. senators call Chinese telecom giant Huawei 'a real threat,' urge Trudeau to block it
Cannabis and the brain: the knowns and the big unknowns
Charges laid 25 years after Norwegian publisher of The Satanic Verses was shot