Ottawa shelter calls for better access to menstrual products
By Victoria Christie | Menstrual supplies are a necessity for women, but there is a lack of access to these products for homeless women living in shelters and on the streets in Ottawa.
Ontario youth still tanning despite ban, survey says
By Sarah Davies | Youth indoor tanning is banned in Ontario, but a survey from ultraviolet radiation advocates shows that weak enforcement of the ban may be failing teens.
Healthy food access a challenge for downtown residents
By Heather Keary | Centretown residents have limited grocery options, a symptom of larger social issues.
Ontario youth struggle with employment amidst a transitioning labour market
By Clarissa Leirtaha | Ontario's labour market is failing to provide full-time work to youth: four experts weigh in on the challenges and solutions to youth unemployment.
International students angry over tuition increases, lack of financial aid
By Emma Davis | Reforms to student financial aid are putting the crunch on international students.
Trudeau government facing uphill battle on tax reforms
By Micaal Ahmed | Trudeau and Morneau's proposed tax reforms lead to face-off - pitting the government against small businesses, the opposition and even their own party. What are these propositions?
Immigration growth strains existing language support systems
By Danielle Clarke and Lewis Gordon | Several new immigrants and refugees move to Canada from countries where they don’t speak English or French seeking language training.
Two-for-one special: Canada could deal out regulatory reform lessons to Trump
By Karissa Gall | In January U.S. President Donald Trump ordered a two-for-one rule to slash regulations. Some dismiss the rule as a gimmick or condemn it as a danger to health and safety, others say Trump could learn from the Canadian experience with...
Loss of trust in parliament could turn Canadian voters away from future elections
By Elise von Scheel | Canadians surged to the election booths in 2015, then political activity dropped. Experts worry the drop in participation stems from citizens losing faith in parliament.
Environmental investments in 2017 budget get mixed reviews
On March 22, the federal government introduced the second budget of Justin Trudeau’s mandate. Building on their campaign promise to prioritize environmental action, Finance Minister Bill Morneau made green investment a featured item in the 2017 budget. A...