The judge’s crackdown on pinging phones and illicit apps is a throwback to the Twitter-less age. Have courts gotten lost on the viral landscape?
The mother of Cosby’s Canadian accuser depicts the comedian at peak creepiness, while unleashing a wave of maternal fury at him and his lawyers
June 8th, 2017 2 comments
When a bride taking her husband’s name is no longer a political act
June 7th, 2017 7 comments
Andrea Constand gave an unflinching account in testimony of being drugged and sexually assaulted by the comedian, saying, ‘I wanted it to stop’
June 7th, 2017 2 comments
On Day 1, the comedian’s lawyer turned to the oldest stratagem when defending sexual assault charges: turn the tables on the complainant
June 5th, 2017 8 comments
When Cosby arrives in court to face charges from one of his accusers, he’ll be stepping into a spectacle, the biggest of his life
Rumours of Canadian men assuming an equal share of domestic chores were exaggerated, the latest numbers show. Unless you consider cooking a chore.
June 1st, 2017 2 comments
From late-night orchard heists to fears of ‘guacapalypse,’ our taste for the pale, green flesh is driving us to insane lengths
Her attempt at Trumpian populism repulsed most voters outside her party. But were Conservatives paying attention?
May 26th, 2017 1 comment
Joleen Mitton on Canadian fashion’s theft of Indigenous culture and what led her to organize an Indigenous fashion week
To stop measuring a country is to erase it person by person, community by community—and you never get the data back. Canada learned that the hard way.
May 13th, 2017 2 comments
The soap-maker gives an unintended lesson in how female ’empowerment’ is exploited for profit and political currency
Netflix’s new series has prompted uncomfortable discussions about teenage suicide. But is there more to the story we’re missing?