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Almost half a million Canadian women who lost their jobs during the pandemic hadn’t returned to work as of January.
We don't have the ability to undo or change the past, but we can elevate the people that stood up for others and said every voice counts. Dr. Pearleen Oliver is one of those people—and someone every Canadian should know.
Difference-makers like Sylvia Parris-Drummond are driving for change—even in times of upheaval and tragedy. ”We're in a pandemic of COVID and a pandemic of racism,” she says.
Tax scammers try many tricks to separate you and your cash — from email notices and offers, fake websites, and even over the phone or in text messages. Here's what to look out for.
A discussion on early signs of dementia and support for caregivers.
This year’s virtual World Economic Forum tried to address the challenges shaping 2021. RBC’s CEO Dave McKay shares his takeaways.
Some of Canada’s leading scientists in women’s brain health discuss lifestyle choices that can help prevent brain-aging diseases
It can be hard to spot the early signs of dementia versus normal age-related memory loss. If dementia is diagnosed, there are steps caregivers can take to help support loved ones.
While Canadian women tend to live about five years longer than men, research shows females account for about 70 percent of people living with dementia and brain-aging diseases.
The skills revolution is affecting people in every corner of Canada — so we set out to talk to them.