Cars in their blood

When I sat down with Lance Richter of Eastgate Ford, I asked him what his favourite sale was. He was quick to tell me: “The first one.”

Connecting youth to the lessons of the Holocaust

Over the past 22 years of my teaching career, I have found the most powerful strategy for students to create meaningful connections to history is through the voices of the generations that have lived through significant moments; moments such as the Holocaust.

Slaves to the inbox

Even Israelite slaves, hauling bricks for Egypt’s infrastructure program, didn’t feel pressured to check email after hours.

Assisted Dying: A doctor's perspective

I am a family physician and have been involved with MAiD assessments and provisions since June 2016. I did this because I believe my role as a physician is to relieve suffering and provide compassionate care.

A family's experience with assisted dying

While it is always sad to say goodbye, we chose to make my father’s final days a celebration of a life well lived.