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Nowhere to hide from 21st century retribution

Nowhere to hide from 21st century retribution

Righteous indignation and claims to victimhood are instant and valuable weapons in a world driven by social media (FREE)

Social recipe brews up a life that imitates a new work of fiction

Social recipe brews up a life that imitates a new work of fiction

KINSELLA Warren Kinsella’s new novel Recipe for Hate chronicles fanatics insinuating their way into positions of power. It all seems too real now ($$)

Give us our daily bread: why a food cartel probe is necessary

Give us our daily bread: why a food cartel probe is necessary

The Competition Bureau’s investigation into bread pricing is likely intended to tell Canadian grocers to stop squeezing food processors (FREE!)

Spring ahead, fall back, stumbling around in search of sunlight

FISHER It’s time to get yourself a bottle of vitamin D supplements and pull your reading chair a little closer to the window ($$)

Haunted by the past – and social media’s full-throated bellow

MACFADYEN Why did Anthony Rapp not reach out to Kevin Spacey in private and reveal the hurt, confusion and anger this incident engendered? ($$)

America’s first ethnic working-class hero

America’s first ethnic working-class hero

MURPHY An Irish-American Catholic, champion boxer John L. Sullivan rose to popularity from modest roots (FREE TRIAL!)

A spirit of hope shines through tragedy in the Congo

A spirit of hope shines through tragedy in the Congo

CHIDIAC In a male-dominated, corrupt and violent political climate, Congolese women stand together to be heard as they change their country from within (FREE to subscribers)

How to engage in difficult conversations

How to engage in difficult conversations

WOOD Job-related or personal, we all face these situations. But you can be prepared by practising, being direct, learning to frame the issue and staying calm (FREE to subscribers)

Standing on guard for human rights critical to a civil society

The New Brunswick Human Rights Commission celebrates 50 years of exemplary work, but much more can be done to allow citizens to move ahead (FREE!)

Juggling fiscal terms doesn’t help Canada’s middle class

Juggling fiscal terms doesn’t help Canada’s middle class

When all of the Trudeau government’s changes are considered, 81 per cent of middle-class families now pay more in personal income taxes (FREE!)