What are the prevailing definitions of multiculturalism, and why is it so difficult to understand or even attain? Latika Kumar explores the first of a three-part series.
What did Olga Dubanevych understand about productivity hacks in the pandemic? Read her article.
Anam Raheel writes about her experiences with finding a dream job as she lands in a new city to embrace a new learning curve in her journeys from Lahore to Toronto.
Urbanization has often been at the root of many ills including most recently COVID-19. What kind of migration movements have happened in the wake of urbanization in Nigeria? Busola Akin-Olawore paints a picture of the choices facing Nigerian immigrants when they move to Canada.
How does the new immigrant experience parallel life in the “new” normal of COVID-19’s outbreak? Dr. Luciara Nardon makes interesting comparisons about coping in the pandemic.
When does leadership fail? How do we institute accountability in our leaders to promote positive human outcomes? Lisel Douglas challenges status-quo leadership by demanding more empathy, foresight, transparency and pragmatism.
Can police search cars for marijuana based on odour alone? Read about the laws that shape consumer safety in cannabis use in North America.
What happens when the local talk shifts to market size, human data, and globalization through the lens of a billion plus dreamers and all other geographies? Highlights from a guest lecture at York University.
The success of legal cannabis retail in Canada is uncertain amid widely differing distribution models in each province. Read all about the challenges and opportunities.
Who uses topicals and why? What is the relationship between topicals and the medical versus the recreational markets? This feature explores the nascent legal history of topicals in Canada with consumer research.
A first of its kind event series aims to bridge the gap between post-legalization cannabis in Canada and Canada’s newcomers, enabling the education of plant science, exploration of brand opportunities, and discussion of attitudes and beliefs that shape the culture of cannabis today.
Join us for an evening of research, education and community centred discussions.
Read all about the opportunities and threats with the onset of legalization 2.0 in Canada, and what this means for global cannabis culture.
The recently concluded MjBizCon International 2019 in Toronto hosted about 2000 participants and offered some highly curated new content for industry professionals and stakeholders. We report key takeaways.
What does it take to be an ethnographer in a post-truth world? How do you approach culture for truer insights? Anoushka Gupta shares her expertise with us.
What do fashion industry brick and mortar brands need to do to survive the dawn of the new fashion tech revolution?
What is medical cannabis and how do sports communities view and understand the role of cannabis in delivering their healthcare needs? I attend a Business of Cannabis event and frame some research challenges.
Linh Le offers advice through her personal journey in tech to help us get a grip on identity and belonging by understanding and standing up for ourselves, but also others.
The telecoms boom and subsequent bust in Canada impacted many Malaysian Canadians, and made others more self-aware of their role in both labour markets, influencing their cultural identities and social outlook. Sara Nabila Harris recounts her story of what it is to be Malaysian Canadian in these times.