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July 23, 2011

Amazing Social Media

By: Beth Schular

What I know now about social media, I learned since I joined the Context with Lorna Dueck team in September 2010. Read More
June 29, 2011

Happy Canada Day

By: Jeff Groenewald

Experiencing God in Canada's wilderness Read More
May 31, 2011

Giving honour to whom honour is due

By: Rikki Ratliff

A viewer articulated best why this narrative gripped the world so intensely Read More
May 28, 2011

Drilling for gold: How a Texan and 33 men give me hope

By: Rikki Ratliff

Before Christmas, Context with Lorna Dueck sent me on assignment to gather the story of Plan B, the backup plan to find and rescue the miners... Read More
May 19, 2011

A Macro Look at Microfinance

By: Jacky Habib

The microcredit system has been accused of inflating the success of its initiatives... Read More
May 13, 2011

Stolen Goods


What is it about material possessions that drive us to pursue them at the expense of our own peace and happiness? Read More
May 6, 2011

Puck-Drunk Love: Christ, concussions and hockey at a crossroads

By: Jeremy Beal

When we root for gratuitous violence, we are submitting to baser instincts pure and simple Read More
April 29, 2011

'Royal' hopes for Canada's 41st election

By: Patricia Paddey

Just days away from Canada's 41st Federal Election and it seems the topic most everyone is talking about, is the Royal Wedding. Read More
April 21, 2011

Easter is the craziest time of them all

By: Charles Lewis

Believing in the resurrection is the biggest leap of religious faith a person can make. Read More
April 13, 2011

Persecution and Politics

By: Rikki Ratliff

Dubbed as the front-runner to replace Harper, removing the threat of a political heavyweight at the next election is savvy politics. Read More
April 1, 2011

The Cure for Compassion Fatigue

By: Patricia Paddey

Canadians appear to have moved on. News of Japan no longer dominates the front pages of our newspapers or the lead stories on our newscasts. Read More
March 25, 2011

A Listen Up Observer: Opinion-

By: Courtney Allison

When seeking to develop my Canadian linguistics, I asked a friend why many people add "eh?" to the end of their statements. She told me it is because Canadians are polite; they do not wish to push their opinions on anyone. How refreshing! I thought. Read More

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