New Report Calls for Stronger Anti-Racism Strategy as Attacks on Asian Community Spike

What might it be like to treat COVID-19 patients while also being targeted as the cause of the disease? Dr. Stephanie Go, an internal medicine specialist in Toronto, shares her experiences of both subtle and blatant racism at work.

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Clues on How COVID-19 Impacts You, Maybe in Your Genes

Responding to an NCM reporter’s question, the B. C. government has said it does want to study the underlying genetic factors that may be causing some Canadians to be more vulnerable to the pandemic than others. But, a detailed study will have to wait until the current wave of infections is behind us.

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The Many Problems with the Term “White”

Posters promoting a “White Student Union” appeared on campus at a number of Canadian universities recently. What are we to make of such a student group and the use of the term “White”? Those behind…

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Race Affects How Media Cover Canadian Political Candidates

With October’s federal elections inching closer, there will be a steady stream of coverage in mainstream newspapers across the country of the candidates vying for a seat in Parliament. As journalists and newspaper editors put…

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