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Defending academic freedom, defending Tomas Hudlicky

In this op-ed, Dr. Tamari Kitossa explains why he believes academic freedom should be defended as illustrated by the case of Dr. Hudlicky who is facing sanctions by the administration ...

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New 'population clock' shows Canada's demographic changes in real time

Howard Ramos, a professor of sociology at Dalhousie University, said it’s important for Canadians to maintain a life-long interest in the demographic trends that continue to shape the country. ...

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The Cannibal on Bus 1170: Rethinking Moral Panics

“The Cannibal on Bus 1170: Rethinking Moral Panics” features Sociologist Dr. Heidi Rimke of the University of Winnipeg who explains the Tim McLean cannibal murder and the negative social reaction that ...

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Rich private colleges in the U.S. are fuelling inequality – and right-wing populism

A critique of private higher education in the US.

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CBC Highlights Right-wing Extremism in Hamilton

As the city wrestles with recent violence at Pride and ongoing yellow vest rallies, a sociologist says Hamilton has had "very little" response to far-right activity in the city. Many ...

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