VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Silence can be healing for Rwandan youth born of genocide rape

Laura Eramian, Dalhousie University and Myriam Denov, McGill University Elie* is in his early 20s and lives with his mother in a rural area of […]

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Social media can be information poison when we need facts most

Fuyuki Kurasawa, York University, Canada In the minutes and hours that followed of the recent mass shooting in Toronto, an all-too-familiar pattern kicked into high […]

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – It’s not business as usual for vegan businesses

Kendra Coulter, Brock University In contrast to growing apprehension about trade wars, a rapidly expanding sector of the economy is offering a more hopeful picture: […]

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Oh, Canada! The Canada jay gets its name back in time for the holiday

David Bird, McGill University and Ryan Norris, University of Guelph It is the Year of the Bird and Canada is celebrating its 151st birthday, yet […]

VOICES OF THE COLLEGE – Children’s health must come first

By Catherine Gidney and Gabriela Tymowski-Gionet Education Minister Brian Kenny’s decision to stop the sale of chocolate milk in New Brunswick schools has raised the […]