Topics: Justice | Opinion
COVID-19 gives Mother Earth a chance to heal — if we let herBy Alanna Mitchell |
What if we could leverage this dreadful moment in our human history to right past wrongs?
Topics: Justice | Environment
‘The adults have failed us’By Alanna Mitchell |
Youth have taken the lead in fighting the climate crisis. It’s time for the rest of us to join them.
Topics: Justice | LGBTQ2
These moms chose their LGBTQ2 kids over their conservative churchesBy Alanna Mitchell |
When religious institutions reject their kids, these women fight back. They call themselves Mama Bears.
Topics: Spirituality | Society
How this Nobel winner balances physics and faithBy Alanna Mitchell |
An active member of her Waterloo, Ont., church, Donna Strickland has spent a lifetime bucking convention
Topics: Ethical Living | Society
Why so many single Canadians are eating with strangersBy Alanna Mitchell |
The revival of community dinners reveals that we long for more than good food—we want human connection.
Topics: Justice | Indigenous
Reconciliation process: What can Canada learn from Australia?By Alanna Mitchell |
Both countries have terrible histories with Indigenous peoples. The writer travels Down Under to find out how they're trying to make it right.
Topics: Spirituality | Environment, Indigenous
Exploring the world’s oldest creation story in northern AustraliaBy Alanna Mitchell |
The rock art in Kakadu National Park is not just the dusty archive of a primeval religion. It is part of an enigmatic, sophisticated animist faith that lives on.