Activist urges WWII-level global effort to fight climate change
As part of The Current's special edition on climate change, we talk to two experts about the level of commitment needed to tackle the problem — and why that action isn't taking place.
A mother's struggle to let her son control his own journey to independence
When Jennifer Overton’s son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder at age 3, she became a “card-carrying control freak.” When he moved away from home, she had to learn how to let go and support his transition to independence.
Puma brings back fitness-tracking shoe considered 'useless' in 1986
Peter Cavanagh designed Puma's 1986 RS-Computer Shoe. It tracked distance, pace, and caloric cost — much like fitness trackers today.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir on 20 years of skating and their most iconic performances
Arrest of former Canadian diplomat suggests China 'doesn't respect the rule of law,' says former ambassador
Return of Norman Hardie wines to LCBO makes accuser feel like her 'experience didn't matter'
The 2019 to-do list for the Liberals
Will controversial "Border Security" show get a government reboot?
'It can have lasting psychological effects': The ethics of virtual reality
'In the middle of a battle,' journalist Maria Ressa, named among Time's Person of the Year, won't back down
Icelandic climbers' bodies found 30 years after they disappeared in the Himalayas
The fax machine isn't dead
Books of the Year