There is no doubt that COVID-19 has had a huge global impact. But what lasting changes in ourselves and our world will be present after this pandemic finally ceases to exist?
Canada was already experiencing a mental health crisis which has now become greatly amplified by the wave of uncertainty and panic brought on by COVID-19.
Not even halfway through 2020, our daily lives and routines have come to a halt as we shift into social isolation and distancing to contain the COVID-19 virus.
A recent study shows employers in Winnipeg are looking to hire less new employees this spring.
Pregnancy is a complex process that carries a certain degree of risk. Complications can lead some to seek out surrogate mothers. Surrogates carry an embryo …
On Feb. 13, 10 women filed a class-action lawsuit against Peter Nygard for alleged sexual assaults that took place between 2008 and 2015 in the Bahamas where he owns a gated island estate.
Libraries are a vital component of any healthy community. They are a place of learning and exploration where anyone can go to educate themselves and access tools and information for free.
By forcing sex workers into meeting clients on the streets and in hiding, the potential for violent crimes against them increases.
The development of vaccines has helped bring medicine into the modern age. The risk of contracting diseases such as smallpox and polio has essentially been eradicated with the help of vaccines.
If we want to see long-lasting solutions to homelessness, investing in supportive housing efforts could help provide the level of support and autonomy that people need in order to end homelessness for good.