Cultural appropriation has always been a divisive subject, one on which artists and academics have opined for years. Last week in Canada the topic...Read More Returning our voices to us
Historically, agriculture has experienced three major innovations: mechanization, the introduction of chemicals and the application of modern genetics. All have significantly changed how food...Read More The three stages of innovation in agriculture
Maryscott Greenwood makes a characteristically strong and persuasive case that the United States and Canada should be bolder in reconciling the differences in our...Read More The case for a “mutual recognition” deal with the US
It was Saskatchewan’s NDP Premier Alan Blakeney who insisted that the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms contain a provision that would allow elected...Read More The notwithstanding clause’s toxic legacy
In our rapidly changing world, many potentially disease-causing micro-organisms are able to evolve and adapt at a rate that far exceeds our ability to...Read More The global challenge of antimicrobial resistance
Canada’s commitment to fighting climate change is strong. It took an active role in negotiation of the Paris Accord, made significant investments through the...Read More Can biocleantech benefit both agriculture and the environment?
The British and Canadian monarchies are undergoing a transition. Now 91 years old, Queen Elizabeth II is cutting back on public engagements, and it’s...Read More The awkward case of Canada’s British prince