All of my favourite engineers have either abandoned the profession or are dedicating their lives to changing it for the better. The most heroic engineer I know never built a bridge or patented a gizmo.
Ford is treating public health announcements with the same gravity language wise as a haircut, pumpkin carving and a cheesecake.
Astra Taylor begins her new book with the coronavirus pandemic and the death throes of the last days of the Trump administration, culminating in the brazen Capitol Hill attack.
More than 150 intensive care doctors have written an open letter to the Ontario government demanding action to break chains of transmission as COVID-19 cases explode, rather than reliance on overly burdened ICUs as a last line of defence against the disease.
A civilized and modern society is measured by how well it cares for the most vulnerable and marginalized. That includes people experiencing homelessness.
Canadians have a lot to be proud of. A vast wilderness to protect and explore, universal health care, a historical record of peacekeeping and diplomacy, and most of all, according to many of us: not being American.
To say it’s been a rough year for the restaurant industry is an understatement.
Last week, Christie’s sold a digital collage of images called “Everydays: The First 5,000 Days” for US$69.3 million. This week, Elon Musk said he’s selling a tweet of his as an NFT, which contains a song about NFTs.
If we continue to equate carbon pricing with ambitious climate action, we’ll stay on track to sous vide the planet within a decade.
Today communities across Canada are rallying against anti-Asian racism in response to the shootings in Atlanta that left eight people, including six Asian women, dead.