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Stories for week starting Monday, July 15, 2024


How AI is Helping Researchers Find High-Risk Cancers

The technology has the potential to improve endometrial cancer care.

Michelle Gamage, Today


In ‘The Sixth,’ a Stirring Exploration of Real-Life Revenge

A doc film on the US Capitol insurrection asks vital questions about our current moment.

Dorothy Woodend, Today


Chronicling the Tŝilhqot’in Battles in War and the Courts

A book by a retired UBC professor and a Tŝilhqot’in Chief tells the story behind a landmark title case.

Amanda Follett Hosgood, Today


Trump Is Now Officially a Superhero. Biden Isn’t

The extraordinary and complicated effects when a politician survives an assassination attempt.

James Rowe, Today


Planting Seeds, Inspiring Minds at Nawalakw

In Alert Bay, a community garden is not only feeding the community, but empowering youth.

Josh Kozelj, Today


Please Advise! What’s with the Trump Conspiracies?

Facts are so 1990, says Dr. Steve. Fevered fantasies are all we have left.

Steve Burgess, Yesterday


America’s Age of Discord

History happens in waves. To ride today’s tsunami, here’s what must be learned from the past.

Andrew Nikiforuk, Yesterday


Notes from a Jewish Opinion Editor of a University Newspaper

In context of the war in Gaza, the stakes for civil discourse are high.

Spencer Izen, Yesterday


How a Sex Work Scholar Earned the Order of Canada

Inside Frances Shaver’s remarkable career. A Tyee Q&A.

Jeevan Sangha, Yesterday


What the Telegraph Got Wrong about the Downtown Eastside

The UK paper missed the part about its human heart.

Jackie Wong, Yesterday


What Is Wrong with Canada’s Conservatives?

Poilievre and Rustad offered chilling responses to the Trump shooting.

Paul Willcocks, 15 Jul 2024


The Enshittification of Everything

Cory Doctorow invented the perfect word for our time of collapsing complexity.

Andrew Nikiforuk, 15 Jul 2024


Bringing Salmon Home to Kus-kus-sum

Project Watershed is restoring a critical habitat and helping to return the land of a former sawmill back to the K’ómoks First Nation.

Pippa Norman, 15 Jul 2024


An Ode to the Wacky Worlds of West Edmonton Mall

Kate Black grew up roaming Canada’s temple of consumerism. In ‘Big Mall’ she explores ‘shopping for meaning.’

Christopher Cheung, 15 Jul 2024


France Shows How to Defeat Poilievre’s Conservatives

The Liberals, NDP, Greens and even Bloc Québécois should establish a one-time united front.

Jeremy Appel, 15 Jul 2024