Erica Walden

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14 brand new, original, non-sequel games that you can get excited about in 2018

The video game industry is notorious for relying too much on sequels and established licenses. Building off of existing brands isn’t bad, but there’s …

Whitby woman’s last words expressed love for her killer, court hears | The Star

“Mr. Coussons was exercising an overnight pass when he murdered Ms. Bennett,” Hill said.<p>On June 24, 2016, Coussons met Bennett in Whitby and they …

On NAFTA, Canada agrees to discuss the unthinkable

'I've had an inbox full of messages from victims saying, 'What do I do now? Because I'm really worried that the tide is turning back,' says Kathleen …

Triassic Butterfly Park?

Researchers studying deep-drilling cores have long noticed odd flecks of material in their samples, possibly from insects. They generally treated …

Trashed: Inside the Deadly World of Private Garbage Collection

Waste removal is one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. On the darkened streets of New York City, it’s a race for survival.<p>Shortly before 5 …

New York City

Mothers who regret having children are speaking up like never before

Photoillustration by Stephen Gregory & Heshmat Saberi<p>‘I regret having children’<p>In pushing the boundaries of accepted maternal response, women are …

Feminism

All the ways you can make a difference this MLK Day

<b>(CNN) —</b> Martin Luther King Jr. Day is not just a federal holiday where you take off work. It's also meant to be a national day of service -- a time for action. "You can have a person in your own house that needs help. Your neighbor needs help. That is the whole premise," said Carmen Coya van-Duijn …

The Shot That Echoes Still

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, fifty years ago this April, marked a blow to the struggle for racial equality from which the nation has still not healed. In an essay published in Esquire in April 1972, James Baldwin reflected on attending the funeral, and how King’s death signaled the …

"Assault" in the delivery room: The disturbing trend of "obstetric violence"

Kimberly Turbin wasn’t expecting childbirth to be a pleasant experience, but she wasn’t expecting it to be a nightmare either.<p>On May 4th 2013, she was sitting on the couch at a friend’s house. They had plans to go out for seafood in San Pedro, next to the Los Angeles Harbor, and 27-year-old Turbin …

Assisted dying legislation will take until summer, Supreme Court told

The Liberal government is telling the Supreme Court of Canada that those pushing for speedy implementation of right-to-die policies are strikingly …

Physicists find hints of a mysterious new particle that could upend reigning theory of nature

Two teams of physicists working independently at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, reported Tuesday …

#BecauseIts2016: What else is long overdue?

Read prominent Canadians from a range of backgrounds tell us what is overdue in Canada. Then submit yours, too.<p>Asked about why a gender-equal cabinet …

Truth and reconciliation, one step at a time

Twenty-five pounds. Nine volumes. Laura Payton reports on a commission's vital recounting of the attempted destruction of Indigenous Canadians' …

CBC’s ‘Canada Reads’ reveals 15 title long list

Books by revered novelists including Lawrence Hill, Michael Crummey and Kate Pullinger are among those on the long list for CBC’s 2016 “Canada Reads” competition.<p>Hill is on the list with “The Illegal” (HarperCollins), Crummey is there with “Sweetland” (Anchor Canada) and Pullinger made the cut with …