Flexible work — for everyone — is key to keeping women in the workforce, experts say
Difficulties managing family and work life continue to push disproportionate numbers of women out of the workforce compared to men. But labour market experts say more flexible workplace policies across the board — regardless of gender or family status — are key to stopping our economy from losing qualified female workers.
Donations pour in from around the world to fix Notre-Dame
Donations to the the French heritage foundation for the conservation — and eventual reconstruction — of Paris's fire-ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral have been pouring in at an unprecedented rate. But no one knows how much restoration will cost, and some donors have been scammed by fraudsters.
Meat and the environment: Do Canadians know what's at stake?
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at the the impact of meat-eating on the environment and provide a primer on electronic waste.
Brain-injury device licensed by Health Canada was rejected by the FDA
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's refusal to license a therapeutic device intended to help brain-injured people is raising questions about the rigour of Health Canada's approval process.
Canada hoping U.S. gets on board as it moves to update gender info on NEXUS cards
Canada's border agency is about to shake up the way it tracks sex and gender information — which could lead to some awkward conversations with Washington.
Mueller's report is worse for Trump than Barr let on — but likely not as ruinous as Trump feared
Special counsel Robert Mueller's report tells a more critical story of U.S. President Donald Trump’s behaviour before and after the 2016 presidential election than the summarized version that had been shared by Trump's hand-picked attorney general. But are Americans still paying attention?