July/August 2023

In this issue:

  • Following a cancer survivor’s race to victory on reality TV
  • Remembering the life of the Rev. Vivian Seegers
  • A conversation on race in the church with Grawemeyer Award winner, Kelly Brown Douglas

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In This Issue

Editor's letter

Cover Story


  • Topics: Ethical Living

    Photographer shows that women of colour skateboard too

    Norma Ibarra says her photos are challenging the old, patriarchal gate-keeping narrative by showcasing marginalized communities

    By Brian Vinh Tien Trinh
  • Topics: Justice

    Racist Canadian law bans immigration from China (print exclusive)

    The Canadian government did not apologize for the racist law until 2006.

    By Broadview Staff
  • Topics: Ethical Living

    Survey Says: Canadians are much more negative about health care than Americans (print exclusive)

    In January 2023, Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies released a survey that reveals how Canadians and Americans view their health-care systems.

    By Broadview Staff
  • Topics: Ethical Living

    Churches that found big ways to give back (print exclusive)

    From lifting weights to collecting screws, these congregations reached impressive goals.

    By Kate Spencer
  • Topics: Ethical Living

    How to recharge (print exclusive)

    A community builder, public speaker and author share their tips for rest.

    By Alex Mlynek
  • Topics: Ethical Living

    Lack of long-term care in Canada (print exclusive)

    In 2021, the first baby boomers turned 75, and they are no the fastest-growing age group in Canada. This means the demand for long-term care (LTC) will also rapidly increase. Is the country ready? Here is a snapshot of the current situation.

    By Broadview Staff




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