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Women of the pandemic : stories from the frontlines of COVID-19 —McKeon, Lauren, author.

"Throughout history, men have fought, lost, and led us through the world's defining crises. That all changed with COVID-19. In Canada, women's presence in the vanguard of the response to the pandemic has been notable. Wo...

Next : where to live, what to buy, and who will lead Canada's future —Bricker, Darrell Jay, 1961- author.

"Follow a link to an ad in a sponsored email and, no matter your age or stage of life, you will likely be directed to a product that marketers believe is right for you. More often than not, the ad will target those with ...

Decolonizing employment : Aboriginal inclusion in Canada's labour market —MacKinnon, Shauna, 1961- author.

"Indigenous North Americans continue to be overrepresented among those who are poor, unemployed, and with low levels of education. This has long been an issue of concern for Indigenous people and their allies and is now ...

Maximum Canada : why 35 million Canadians are not enough —Saunders, Doug, author.

"Award-winning author and Globe and Mail feature columnist Doug Saunders argues we need 100 million Canadians if we're to outgrow our colonial past and build a safer, greener, more prosperous future. It would shock most ...

Take back the fight : organizing feminism for the digital age —Loreto, Nora, 1984- author.

"Social movements across North America have suffered from the rise of neoliberalism. Feminism in particular has not been able to call itself a structured movement since the 1990s with the end of National Action Committee...

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