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Mental health therapies should be fully funded by medicare

Publicly funding comprehensive treatment for depression is cost-effective

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Reckless rhetoric is no way to debate public policy

The basic presumption of democracy requires us to try to understand one another rather than calling opponents murderers

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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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Trans Mountain mired in hopeless consultations and useless studies

The court decision against the pipeline veered away from objective legal analysis into opinions designed to justify preconceived biases

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Publicly-owned facilities in Canada top 50,000

Municipalities own more than 98% of culture, recreation and sport facilities: StatsCan

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Time for Canada to forge its own trade destiny – outside USMCA

NAFTA made us dependent on the U.S. The new trade deal will do more of the same. We need to globalize our trade perspective

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Building Internet walls to protect data could penalize users

There are billions of Internet users and every corporation has a virtual finger in the pie. But privacy laws differ widely

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Canada’s multiculturalism model stands the test

But we need to avoid repeating the mistakes so common in western Europe when it comes to immigration

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Turning the sex ed clock back to 1998 puts our youth at risk

LGBTQ youth face additional mental health pressures associated with stigma and discrimination

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s loss of Canadian citizenship should be applauded

Canada is making a powerful statement about her role in denying citizenship to others in her own country

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