Inside an Addict’s Mind
Addiction
Can someone ever stop being an addict? Can a former addict limit their drug taking to simply recreational use? After you’ve stopped using, do you spend the rest of your life still craving your drug? By Delphine Caubet I met …
Resilience in Adversity
Artists
Sickness, accidents, mourning: all part of life. How can we confront the storm and learn to live again when these challenges shake our daily life? One young Quebecker, Juliette Décarie, tells her story of fighting against the odds. An inspiring …
Fear in the Belly
Artists
Imagine your heart suddenly starts to beat quickly – too quickly. For no apparent reason. You find it impossible to lower it back to its normal rhythm. You’re short of breath. The ends of your fingers are numb. You’re convinced …
Eat Well on Very Little Money
Community
How to eat well on $600? With the high cost of rent these days, it’s tough to provide balanced, healthy diets. And what about families where one or both parents work and they still find themselves below the poverty line… …
When the #Joke Goes Too Far
Bullying
A slice of cheese is thrown in a baby’s face. A father tells his children that he’s already eaten all their Hallowe’en candies. In alarming numbers, similar videos are showing up all over the internet. These pranks may seem harmless, …
The Controversial Doll Houses
Community
In 2015, upset at how human-machine sexual relations were being normalized in society, Kathleen Richardson and Erik Brilling created the Against Sex Robots campaign. They argue that robots encourage the objectification of women and children, as well as not respecting …