Ukraine and Afghanistan: A Tale of Two Death Tolls Reads Like the Same Old Story

The war in Ukraine is entering its third month, and civilian casualties are starting to tell their own stories. Many of those stories are heart-breaking, as is any time civilians lose their lives during an illegal invasion. All of the stories are sobering....
COVID-19: Forget Trudeau, it’s Canadians who are saving Canada

COVID-19: Forget Trudeau, it’s Canadians who are saving Canada

For all that we have in common with Americans, Canadians have one characteristic that likely helped us fall in line during this crisis; we tend to require more personal space than other cultures. This is partly due to the geography of Canada, an immense country in size that gives us a subconscious preference to be given as much space as possible. I believe this is also why we Canadians tend to reflexively say ‘sorry’ a thousand times daily, a byproduct of needing to maintain our physical distance from each other.

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