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Photographing the People's Defence Force of Myanmar

An interview with photojournalist Bryan Dickie
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Social Progressive, Daylight Conservative: Tips for Saving Hours in a Recession

Daylight savings in Canada: Are days getting shorter or is it just rising nighttime inflation?
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TTC Riders: 10 Ideas for the New City Council on How to Improve Transit 

"Taking the TTC should be an easy and dignified experience."
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Then, and NOW

Former NOW Magazine photographer Nick Lachance reflects on the mag's decades-long history in the city, its recent financial troubles, and the staff exodus
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Policing the Neoliberal City

How overfunded Toronto Police violently discipline unhoused and working-class people
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The Women of Iran Are A Force

Iranians Are Calling For International Awareness Not Foreign Intervention
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Do Not Laugh, Move or Breathe During the Freedom Song

"The unwritten rules of the national anthem are: Don’t walk. Don’t sit. Don’t slouch. Don’t giggle. Stand tall. Be quiet. Be still. And most importantly, be obedient." Two-Spirit academic, activist, beader, drummer, and social worker Shaya Macdonald writes about their relationship with the national anthem as a member of Benoit First Nation (Penwaaq L’nu’k), Ktaqmkuk with L’nu and French ancestry.
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How to Be Immune in Toronto: Vaccine Lines and Other Parts of the Global Pandemic That Are Probably About You.

As Ontarians line up for their second doses, Toronto writer and comedian, Amy Cunningham, reflects on the view from the end of the line.

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