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PERSPECTIVES

I have spent my adult life trying to undo the impacts of my grandmother's "voluntary" enfranchisement seven decades ago.
The banning of wearing religious symbols at work has forced some women to choose between faith and career.
Countless people all over the world have stories of meeting him. This is mine.
Being a teen is hard. Experiencing a global pandemic makes it even harder.
Which Canadian political party has the best interests of Black people at heart?
Where is that black-square and “we-stand-against-racism” energy from last summer?
Canada must confront settler society's past and present role in erasing Indigenous identities.
Many diasporic Punjabis like me are only one generation removed from the same agrarian life the farmers are fighting to save.
Mass surveillance technology like Clearview's would not exist without demand from Canadian police.
Society leaves women like myself feeling outcast, isolated and punished for choosing to give our babies mercy.
We have tried and failed to live together in various ways for more than 10,000 years.
Too many immigrant South Asian parents are programmed to reject disabilities — our family wanted to change that.
This affects not only who will get the vaccine and when, but also who will be permitted to administer the vaccine to your community.
A reimagined, non-colonial Governor General could play an important role for Canadians.
Like many elderly folks vulnerable to disinformation, her newfound views came from a trusted family member.
Rather than opposing measures designed to protect people, we Christians should lead the way.
Our fear of death disconnects us from our families and friends, when one of the good things about it is how it brings us together.
The Americanization of the Black experience had become so deeply rooted in me that I felt like I didn’t have a home within Blackness.