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Nova Scotia mass shooting shows how deadly unlicensed gun owners can be

R. Blake Brown, Saint Mary’s University The federal government has announced a ban on assault weapons following the recent mass shooting in Nova Scotia. The man who killed 22...

Coronavirus is significant, but is it a true black swan event?

Glenn McGillivray, Western University Since the “black swan” metaphor was coined in the 2007 book of the same name it has become fashionable to label virtually all low probability/high...

¿Qué transformaciones sociales nos traerá el coronavirus?

Miguel Laparra Navarro, Universidad Pública de Navarra Las crisis aceleran las transformaciones sociales. La respuesta económica, política y social a la crisis del coronavirus ya nos está empezando a...

When will the coronavirus restrictions end in Canada?

Catharine Chambers, University of Toronto COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization on March 11, 2020. Since then, many regions around the world — including all...

Let’s call the Nova Scotia mass shooting what it is: White male terrorism

Robyn Bourgeois, Brock University While the mainstream media has been quick to situate the deadly recent events that unfolded in Nova Scotia within the context of Canadian mass murders,...

¿Trauma o crecimiento personal? Futuros posibles tras una pandemia

Carmelo Vázquez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid Un tranquilo sábado, 27 de Febrero de 2010, un terremoto seguido de un tsunami devastador arrasó una buena parte del sur de la...

Coronavirus isn’t the end of ‘childhood innocence,’ but an opportunity to re-think children’s rights

Julie Garlen, Carleton University The COVID-19 pandemic has brought drastic changes to the lives of families across the globe and parents have had to decide how to talk with...

Let the children play: 4 reasons why play is vital during the coronavirus

Christine McLean, Mount Saint Vincent University Now that we’re spending so much time at home, I predict that it won’t be just our houseplants and pets that will thrive....

Cuba y el coronavirus: un pueblo preparado para la adversidad y médicos de fama...

Janice Argaillot, Université Grenoble Alpes Cuba ha demostrado una vez más su internacionalismo, tan criticado a veces, al enviar médicos a Italia para luchar contra la COVID-19. Algunos de...

La COVID-19 confirma lo que todos sabíamos: que el mundo escapa a nuestro control

Carlos Alberto Blanco Pérez, Universidad Pontificia Comillas La pandemia de la COVID-19 representa una dura e inesperada cura de humildad para nuestras tentativas de adelantarnos a una realidad...