Journalist Sam Cooper left Global to found The Bureau, an online news outlet focussing on domestic and international intelligence stories, which he launched on Substack in June of last year. Since then, the new media outlet has been making a name for itself among fans of long-form, hard-hitting investigative journalism.
If passed, Premier Smith’s legislation would make Alberta the third province to implement a policy around parental rights, with her plan being the most far-reaching.
Founded in 2017 by writer and musician Dave Bidini, the West End Phoenix has become a monthly fixture in Toronto’s west end. At a time when community newspapers are folding and larger print publications are in decline, how has this relatively new print paper managed to thrive in Canada’s largest city?
While Canadians may have major concerns about the prospect of another Trump presidency, when it comes to trade, at least, things might actually not look so different than they do right now.
Universities across Canada are staring down budget deficits and are increasingly reliant on international students. But the federal government is signalling the tap will be turned off.
Quebec Premier Francois Legault was once seen as the most popular premier in Canada. Today he may be the least popular and support for his CAQ party has fallen sharply.
In the nineties, social conservative MPs made up an important part of the Liberal Party caucus. Today, they play a minimal role both in the caucus and among its electorate.
Thirty years ago this month, a controversial economics paper was released that challenged one of the core traditions of the Christmas season: the practice of gift giving. Is it a purely a utilitarian exercise that can be weighed up in economic terms to determine if presents are actually worth the money, time, and effort?
A study conducted by SecondStreet.org indicates that in 2022–23, a five-year high of 17,032 Canadian patients died while waiting for medical procedures, some of which could have saved lives.
Inside the movement to promote hospice care as a cost-effective alternative to overcrowded hospitals
In their 2023 Hunter Prize submission “CARES: Canada’s Action for Resilient End-of-Life Services,” Krish Bilimoria and Matthew Yau, both physicians, and Samuel Wu, founder and CEO of healthtech startup Sabba Health, emphasize the need for a shift towards hospice care as a more cost-effective and compassionate alternative to hospital care.