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The Year Ahead: Our Guide To 2024

Our annual look at what’s coming your way this year

Why this Toronto grocery worker is going on strike

"I cannot afford to live at the current wage"

I opened Canada’s first dementia village. Here’s how it works. 

The village has a general store, a café and bistro, a woodworking shop and a beauty salon

The rise in hate crimes has left Muslims terrified

“This kind of horror stays with you”
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James’s channel includes a series on ‘How to build a rustic log cabin,’ with videos on putting in door frames, insulation and avoiding injury.

These Canadians are roughing it on YouTube for millions of fans

With their chickens, preserves and off-grid adventures on full display, Canada’s homesteading YouTubers are escaping the ills of modern life—in a thoroughly modern format
Alena Matushina. (Photograph by Tara De Boer)

I’m an immigrant living in Quebec. Bill 96 is making me reconsider my future here.

The controversial Bill 96, which enacts French language reform laws across Quebec, is making non-French-speaking immigrants like Alena Matushina reconsider their future in the province.

This Winnipeg art gallery is a monument to Inuit culture

Qaumajuq is not just an art gallery or a stylish feat of architecture. It’s much more.
Delaney and his mother. (Courtesy of Zachary Delaney)

To my mother: ‘It’s still strange that home, for both of us, is now a different place’

Zachary Delaney considers his mom after moving across the country to build a life for himself
Every plane that was parked undergoes a frenzy of oiling and greasing. ‘There’s a lot of lubing,’ says one maintenance manager. (Timandtim/Getty Images)

How WestJet got back in the sky

How do you wake up an airline that’s been asleep for two years?