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Making peace with past mistakes

BERNIER The more we dwell on a past mistake, the more we identify with it. We have become that mistake or bad choice (FREE with coupon code FREE TRIAL)

Amazon and the slow death of the traditional grocery store

The Amazon effect has Loblaws and others reimagining their businesses. Consumers will have greater choice and convenience – from their homes (FREE)

While we focus on sexual abuse, we can’t forget power abuse

Power abuse comes in many shapes and sizes. We need to put systems in place to control it (FREE to members)

It’s the religious who tend most to favour diversity

Non-believers overwhelmingly believe every religious community in Canada, especially Muslims and evangelical Christians, hurt the country (FREE)

To hunt or not to hunt, that is the question

FISHER A true hunter gives the animal a fighting chance. It’s as though the universe has to offer the animal up to the hunter or it just isn’t fair ($$)

On board but not bored: why committee work makes a difference

ROBINSON The best boards reflect Canada’s diversity of gender, age, ethnicity, language, regionality, background and enthusiasm for the cause ($$)

Campaign to abolish nuclear weapons disconnected from reality

MURPHY Although expensive and complicated, nuclear weapons are essentially an old technology that can’t be uninvented ($$)

The route to happiness and success runs through dedication

The route to happiness and success runs through dedication

CHIDIAC Putting persistent effort into learning a particular skill is much easier to do when we love what we’re doing (FREE to subscribers)

On the sunny side of life: how to stop being so dramatic

On the sunny side of life: how to stop being so dramatic

WOOD Sometimes we get stuck in our stories – our dramas – and our friends grow weary of how often we tell them (FREE to members)

Big threats to personal privacy in the era of big data

Big threats to personal privacy in the era of big data

The modern politician, even in a democracy, can now be almost certain to know how you voted by adding up what’s known about you (FREE to subscribers)

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