Diversity ≠ Inclusivity

By Remington Ross

As a society, we love to throw around the words ‘diversity’ and ‘inclusivity’ interchangeably. Although these words share similar meanings, they are in fact different. An educational conversation with Stephanie Croisiere (she/her), Anti-Racism Diversity and Inclusion Lead, from the Ministry of Long-Term Care, helped me realize how we need to change our day-to-day vocabulary.

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How Where You Pee Exposes Your Inner Self

By Emma Padure

Honestly, I hate listening to people complain. I always end up zoning out, paying attention only to the subtle movements of their eyebrows whilst they move from one subject to the next, effectively rendering me comatose. Then, when they finish their complaint, they look at me expectantly, waiting for a grand declaration of my sympathy for their suffering. 

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