Off Lebanon, about 60 kilometres north of Beirut, a 104-metre battleship stands vertically, its bow plunged 30 metres into the mud. The seabed is 140 metres down, but technical divers can explore the stern. The ship is a bit like Lebanon, for reasons I’ll explain later. Read More
COVID-19 vaccines are giving Doug Ford’s spine a workout. The premier twists one way to say he hopes schoolchildren five and up will be vaccinated quickly, then snaps the other way to placate parents who feel hesitant.
In late 2020, vaccine equity was understood to be as much a matter of self-interest as fairness.
Russian President Vladimir Putin almost certainly will not be in power three years from now.
At the time, it seemed like a weird segue in the middle of an announcement about COVID-19 booster shots.
Faith groups have become slimmed-down versions of their former selves, like most other organizations in these pandemic times. For many, however, the decline was happening long before COVID-19. Statistics Canada reports that religiosity is at an all-time low, with only 68 per cent of Canadians 15 or older reporting having a religious affiliation. That’s the […]
Regulating online hate could have the unintended consequence of feeding what it aims to defeat