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Blog Voices

Zahra Siddiqui's art features lots of melanin.
Generations of Indigenous people were prevented from practising who they are.
Human rights advocate Christopher Karas has formally challenged the policy.
Beautifully written. Beautifully spoken.
"It's not normal to pick up a limb from the highway."
"It's fine. Mess up along the way. That's what makes you amazing."
After losing two childhood homes, a house of my own feels like so much more than four walls and a roof.
We need to have a conversation about racist monuments in public spaces.
"I don't know how they will be able to recover from it."
Beyoncé, Madonna and The Kardashians have all borrowed from house ball.
Women aren't here for decoration and certainly not for amusement.
Darian Baskatawang, a millennial member of WhiteSand First Nations shares his struggle to balance his Indigenous roots and western cultures.
Jason Tetro, a visiting professor at the University of Guelph, explains that although we may think we are more immune to sickness in the summer, summer viruses may be easier to catch and take longer to beat.
Former Lt.-Gen. and senator Romeo Dallaire says Canada is in a position to lead when it comes to child soldiers like Omar Khadr.
Just because you pay for their wedding, doesn't make it your wedding.
Jordan Whelen talks about the day-to-day challenges of living as a gay man in business and in dating life and shares his own journey of self-acceptance.
Parents are better off acting as authority figures and not their children's friends, say psychiatrist Marcia Sirota.
Four millennial Tories share why they joined the Conservative Party of Canada, and what they think about new leader Andrew Scheer.
Blogger Tara K. Reed explains why she struggles with the term feminist as a woman with a disability and why she would like to see a change in how the term is used among millennials and in pop culture.