Alexandra de Kiewet knew both sides of Canada's opioids crisis. As an intervention worker, she saved lives and as a drug user, she cheated death countless times. But her life's work is far from over.
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Canada's laws are making it easier for heavy industry to poison Indigenous communities across the country. Can new legislation change that?
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Feng Tian had only been living in Montreal a few months before his abrupt disappearance on Oct 17 in Notre-Dame-des-Grâce.
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Some died in prison while waiting for their settlement while others saw their claims rejected on technicalities. Those who were compensated were forced…
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Experts say an exodus of students from the public to the private system is making social inequalities worse instead of narrowing them.
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Independent news is the lifeblood of our democracy but it costs money to produce. Consider signing up to The Rover, where 85 cents of every dollar you…
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Iranian Montrealers fight helplessness, survivor's guilt and their own trauma as they take to the streets to call for an end to the regime that…
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After another death on the streets, we take a closer look at homelessness west of downtown.
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