Study finds lower grades for children caught between two sides – Research at a remote Quebec school looks at “cultural mismatch” of indigenous and white culture and education. Do students perform well when both spheres collide?
How the Six Nation men of the 114th Battalion in World War I shaped indigenous relations in Canada for decades to come as they asserted their independence.
It was called “one of the greatest misfortunes which ever befell Canadian Jewry” when the kosher butcher in Halifax, Nova Scotia, was found guilty of using inhumane practices to animals. What did the trial mean and how did the community turn the conviction on its head?
Audio version of this story for the visually impaired by tomorrowisaudio ATHLETES have vowed to push for a legacy of more facilities, access to sport and greater public awareness in the wake of the most successful Paralympic Games in history. A record 2.7 million spectators1 and increased public attention have given disabled sportsmen and women […]