Food & Health

Book Review
Jun 30, 2016

How do we care for each other?

Scott Neigh
Author Baijayanta Mukhopadhyay creates thoughtful, readable meditations on practices and systems of medicine in today's world, and on how power pervades them in "A Labour of Liberation."
News
Jun 29, 2016
Photo: flickr/torbakhopper

Trans health care in Canada: A provincial lottery

Laura Brightwell
There have been some improvements to trans health care in Canada, but is it much to celebrate? We speak to experts and find out what is available across Canada.
Podcast
Jun 29, 2016
Sarai Walker and the cover of her novel Dietland, which shows a cupcake grenade

Love Your Fat! It's a radical act.

WINGS
Being a fat woman who says she loves her body is a radical act, author Sarai Walker, the author of Dietland, discovers.
Columnists
Jun 21, 2016

Who owns seed and what are the alternatives?

Canadian farmers are contending with increasingly strict commercial rights on the seeds they buy. And there are fewer options in the public domain. These issues have led to calls for policy change.
Blog
Jun 17, 2016

The Ontario government's grotesque lottery addiction

Michael Laxer
The Ontario government is addicted to lottery revenues regardless of the social consequences and the terrible harm caused to so many people and their families that will be a direct result of this.
Blog
Jun 10, 2016
Image: Wikimedia Commons

The psychological cost of climate change

Nick Fillmore
Disasters occurring because of climate change, in addition to destroying our environment, will also affect us psychologically and mentally.
Book Review
Jun 2, 2016

Let's talk about girls and sex

Sarah Innis
Girls (or young women) and sex. It's a huge, complex and controversial topic. Author Peggy Orenstein gets to the heart of the issue: what messages are girls receiving and what are they actually doing?

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