Canadian companies have the technology that can help curb weapon-related violence, and the United States wants it. The innovations may also help the White House bypass the thorny American debate over gun control.By Andrew Phillips9 min
Every weekday, Mitchell Borden arrives at John Martin Junior High School in Dartmouth, N.S., by 8:15 a.m. He’s not there to study or to take part in an extracurricular activity. Mitchell goes for a free breakfast, available through a program the school set up in 1997.By Susan McClelland7 min
Canadian art lovers have had ample opportunity lately to view the work of Doris McCarthy, the 89-year-old Toronto-based landscape artist has had solo shows in Budapest, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto and Kleinburg, Ont., over the past months—with more coming.
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