The more realistic narrative about millennials tells the story of how they are splintered by circumstance and (mis)fortune along different paths that lead to a future of unequal economic and professional opportunities.
Apr 23, 2015
More than two decades later, she has confidently styled herself the “champion” of families, although the ones she highlights in her new campaign ad are rather more diverse
Apr 16, 2015
Don’t want to sit next to me because I am a woman? Perhaps there’s a female-free space in the baggage hold
Apr 09, 2015
A Canadian analysis of hateful tweets suggests that half were made by people firing off comments in real time
Apr 09, 2015
Sure Ottawa’s increased child care spending – but that doesn’t mean it will help families most in need
When Ottawa spends $8-billion on child care, you’d think most of the cash would go to the parents carrying the heaviest burden for that care.
Apr 01, 2015
The public sector offers women and minorities better wages and benefits, but men typically earn significantly less than their private sector counterparts
Mar 26, 2015
Mandatory gender quotas on corporate boards won't wipe away generations of unconsciious bias, but there are some advantages
Mar 12, 2015
Trial of Larmond brothers, who ‘fit right in’ on hockey team, begins after RCMP alleges they planned extremist pursuits overseas
Jan 11, 2015
At what point, as a society, do we finally say this kind of misogyny is not acceptable? When do we stop treating Facebook harassment as somehow disconnected from the real-world attitudes of the people making them?
Jan 07, 2015
If we want to ensure today’s teenagers aren’t confronting the same issues around sexual violence years from now, we need to commit to solutions
Dec 11, 2014
Erin Anderssen writes about mental health, social policy and family issues. She is a five-time National Newspaper Award winner, and the co-author of New Canada, a book about young Canadians based on a Globe and Mail series.