Dyer: Non-linear climate changes will continue to surprise us
Two new things on the climate front this week, both bad news.
Baranyai: Marketing strategies evolve in digital universe
Viewers watching the Oscars last Sunday might have enjoyed seeing The Little Mermaid’s Halle Bailey onstage to present an award as a sign of industry support, or a rebuke to the haters.
Horncastle: Battle of Bakhmut exposes Russia’s fault lines
The current focus of the Russian-Ukrainian war centres on Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine.
Summers: Simple steps to reduce risk of cannabis poisoning in children
Children may not be the first group you think of when considering the health risks of edible cannabis products.
Pearson: Jimmy Carter’s greatest contribution is being an example
As Jimmy Carter, America’s 39th president, recently entered hospice care, it prompted millions to recognize how much their views of him had changed during the course of his 98 years.
Dyer: Johnson’s come-back hopes kept alive
At first, it just looked like dumb luck.
Resnick: Should Canada become a republic?
King Charles’s coronation: Should Canada become a republic?
Baranyai: Unlearning bias the responsibility of each of us
Something I didn’t fully appreciate about comic strips, until recently, was how much my own implicit bias fed into the punchlines. In the cubicled world of Dilbert, there were often two ways to take the joke; I unconsciously filtered the material through the lens I found funny.
Cornies: Single-use plastic bag? Was there ever such a thing?
Last weekend, I ordered takeout dinners online from a local shawarma shop. Twenty minutes later, I picked the order up: two cardboard containers inside a white plastic bag.
Baranyai: We need civil debate; we get disheartening division
The Willy Wonkas of the culture war have spoken (and shouted, and tweeted) and the outcome is a draw – and also a retreat.