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Our moral obligation to Central American migrants

A significant number of Central American migrants are likely Canada-bound due to the ongoing immigration and security turmoil in the United States. Since people will keep migrating to survive, the ...

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Territorial Stigmatization and Territorial Destigmatization A Cultural Sociology of Symbolic Strategy in the Gentrification of Parkdale (Toronto)

This article looks at how community conflict unfolds in a gentrifying Toronto neighbourhood, focusing especially on the kinds of strategies that both new home owners and affordable housing advocates use ...

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How video evidence is influencing police-involved shootings

Patrick is interviewed by CBC Morning Edition host Craig Norris about the dismissal of appeal in the James Forcillo case, and the wider implications of video evidence in police-involved shootings.

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Researcher Seeks 20 Women for Breast Cancer Study

Jane McArthur, PhD Candidate, discusses her PhD research project investigating women's perceptions and understandings of breast cancer risks in relation to environmental and occupational exposures.

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Canadian Review of Sociology: In The Media

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