Water is widely recognized as a human right, and yet many communities in Canada do not have access to safe drinking water, particularly Indigenous communities.
“What we lack is the political will to achieve health equity, ensuring that those affected by tuberculosis would be able to access the care they need, regardless of where they live.”
“Alarm bells have been ringing — except this time, we cannot hit the snooze button.”
A reflection by upper-year students on things they wish they’d known before starting at York
If Canada decides to further invest in the global partnership for education, it would be a feminist response to the pandemic.
How much are you willing to pay for a university education, and is there a price too high?
With the lockdown extended another two weeks, it’s becoming less clear what is considered essential and nonessential — especially for people of colour after Ford’s attempt to enhance police authority.