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¿Hemos pecado de optimistas ante el cambio climático?

Antonio Figueras Huerta, Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas (IIM-CSIC) “El cambio climático es el mayor desafío de nuestro tiempo y ahora nos encontramos en un momento decisivo para hacer...

Brand versus reality: Trudeau’s style of governing must now change

Julia Rodgers, Dalhousie University Historically, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has often made decisions in the absence of the opinions of citizens and other legislative bodies.

From depression to Parkinson’s disease: The healing power of dance

Adrianna Mendrek, Bishop's University Why do we stop dancing when we grow up? Why do we disconnect and alienate ourselves from the body? It is surprising to me that...

Las consecuencias de la paz truncada en Colombia

Silvia Otero Bahamón, Universidad del Rosario y Sandra Botero, Universidad del Rosario Al grupo de países latinoamericanos que en los últimos meses han vivido oleadas masivas de protesta social...

Fake news grabs our attention, produces false memories and appeals to our emotions

Rachel Anne Barr, Université Laval “Fake news” is a relatively new term, yet it’s now seen as one of the greatest threats to democracy and free debate. In the...

¿Cuándo comenzar a enseñar un segundo idioma a nuestros hijos?

Yelly Hernandez, Université Paris Descartes Las familias de niños pequeños que emigran a otro país, que van a pasar una larga temporada en el extranjero o que están compuestas...

Children in childcare are not getting enough moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity

Trish Tucker, Western University and Leigh Vanderloo, Western University Many children are now enrolled in some type of childcare while their parents work, many for multiple hours a day,...

Will Canada finally get pharmacare?

Catherine Carstairs, University of Guelph When I had lymphoma 12 years ago, I needed to take the drug pegfilgrastim (Neulasta) to get my white blood cell count high enough...

What a minority government could mean for affordable housing in Canada

Carolyn Whitzman, University of Ottawa Along with climate change, affordable housing was one of the big issues of the recent Canadian federal election, with political parties scrambling to catch...

How progressive voters can truly win in future Canadian elections

Jeffrey B. Meyers, Thompson Rivers University Justin Trudeau’s Liberals have won a minority government. They hung on in Québec, Atlantic Canada and Ontario sufficiently to forestall a Conservative government...