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Fostering collaboration rather than conflict, the Aga Khan builds bridges between people, religions and cultures to help the world’s most vulnerable

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Smoking cannabis at home a bad idea for most Canadians: report

The survey found that homeowners felt that lighting up would harm a home’s resale value, as would growing cannabis

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Left-wing social justice warriors rewriting history

It is important that we understand history as it was, and not how some of us wish it would be

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Make room for religious diversity in the workplace

Banning Quebec frontline civil servants from wearing religious symbols would show obstinate and dangerous secularism

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Coping with the uber angst of the modern world

Nothing in modern history has felt as tribal and reckless as what’s unfolding now

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Compassion and tenderness can overcome evil

It’s far too easy to look at others as the problem with the world. It’s much harder to see our own commonality as humans

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The man who shot Billy the Kid

Pat Garrett has been maligned for killing his “friend” in a “cowardly” way. Neither indictment is persuasive

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Millennials giving up on ever owning a home in a Canadian city

It now takes 53.5 per cent of your income to service the costs of buying a single-family home

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Locnest helps put a roof over renters’ heads

Sébastien Barrillier of Locnest talks about how their model offers a simple solution to the security deposit problem

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Kinsey’s pseudo-science refashioned our sexual behaviour

It took decades to fully expose the deep and systemic problems with the studies. By then it was too late

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