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Pope Francis wants to end the divisions among Catholics and, at the moment, he seems to be succeeding. That has implications for everyone.
Bringing nutritious, low-cost food to the world's slums sounds like a massively complex and daunting proposition. But, as Gregg Thurlbeck discovered when he spoke to MBA student Mohammed Ashour, a great idea can take you a long way.
Catch up on what politicians had to say about the issues at Queen's Park for the week of December 2-5, 2013
Ira de Silva, past-president of the Sri Lanka United National Association of Canada, shares a critical perspective of Canada's record on the Sri Lanka issue.
Some guests of The Agenda talk about Nelson Mandela's life and impact.
The man who symbolized the struggle against South African apartheid has died. Read reflections on his legacy by Maher Arar, Richard Gwyn, Janice Stein, and others.
Zwarte Piet, or Black Pete, is a Dutch holiday character in black-face, who no longer plays well in a multicultural, multiracial world. One Dutch writer, who is a Basque emigré and the mother of a biracial child, decided to remake the holiday to reflect the world her daughter lives in.