'Iraq for Iraqis': After decades of corruption, occupation and proxy wars, young Iraqis demand a new future
Seventeen years after the U.S.-led invasion that ended Saddam Hussein's regime, peace, prosperity, stability or good government still have yet to come to the Iraqi people. And now they find themselves in the middle of the US-Iran conflict. Yanar Mohammed is an Iraqi-Canadian feminist who was in the thick of anti-government protests that filled Baghdad's streets last year, and she knows well the fears, frustrations and hopes of Iraqis as they nervously await Iran's and the U.S.'s next moves.
'It wasn't easy': A woman's challenge to give up makeup for Yom Kippur
People celebrating Yom Kippur can't eat, shower, wear leather shoes, or makeup. For Lisa Tognola, someone who wears makeup every day, that last one posed a real challenge.
'I was overdosing, I knew it': How a Cape Breton man fought addiction and found community
Steve MacLean of Sydney Mines, N.S., is now helping others beat addiction as a peer support counsellor.
Amidst raging wildfires, Australian media is pushing misinformation on climate change
Ancient chewing gum reveals reveals identity of chewer and what she ate
Linda McQuaig on how privatization is impoverishing the public in Canada
Squirrel 'had a party' at Georgia couple's new home, doing thousands in damage
Bernardine Evaristo on black British identity and her Booker-winning novel, Girl, Woman, Other
B.C. woman left in a Calgary parking lot as a newborn 32 years ago finds her birth parents
Legal divide lies behind Wet'suwet'en pipeline protest, expert says
Pay-as-you-go health care: Uninsured people in Canada face sky-high bills, delays in treatment, doctors say
Why Meghan Markle has a better shot than Harry at permanent residency in Canada
Can you believe these albums are turning 20 in 2020?
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