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runaway- S. Ashleigh Weeden

It’s starting to sound trite, but COVID-19 has radically changed the way many people live and work. Six months into this pandemic, these changes are producing interesting conversations about the potential of an urban exodus to suburban, small-town and rural places, driven by changing perceptions and priorities.

mecvoteWhen news hit yesterday that Canada's largest consumer co-operative, Mountain Equipment Co-Op (MEC) was almost certainly being acquired by a US private investment firm, a howl went out across the internet. “How can this happen? Why didn't the members get ..

saveourchildren- by Amanda Preston

This past Saturday, I was proud to walk with the many individuals who came to the Save the Children End Human Trafficking March in Owen Sound to raise awareness of and see an end to human trafficking in our cities, rural communities, country and across the world. We were encouraged to see so many ...

labourdaymask- by Chris Charlton

Each Labour Day, we celebrate the things we enjoy as a result of the collective action of Canadian workers: pensions, weekends,
parental leave, 8 hour work days, paid holidays, and the list goes on.

But this year, I want to single out just one. I want to say a huge THANK YOU

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