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The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child changed the way national governments form policies for child protection. Thirty years later, the convention is starting to age.
Canadian kids deserve better.
Toronto's street names should reflect our diverse history.
The right game can let us see through the eyes of others.
We cast our ballots as citizens of Canada.
How to get the most out of watching election debates.
Sharing positive stories can change mindsets.
The unique issues of Indigenous elders are rarely talked about.
Leaders' debates are a chance to reengage turned-off voters.
How public libraries build communities.
Simple tips for parents to support teachers.
Why so culturally limited? Learn from parents around the world.
Sheila Watt-Cloutier was one of the first people to reframe climate change as a human rights issue.
Stranger Things star on dorky heroes, child stardom and the causes he cares about.
Offers leadership advice to female graduates.
Tips for arguing effectively when feelings seem like facts.
What a Kenyan tradition can teach the West.
The biggest supporters of the charities and causes that make our communities great.
The wellspring of Canadian Indigenous talent is not new.