As the pay gap between executives and employees widens, advocates for corporate responsibility say it’s time to take the air out of inflated salaries
By Susan Peters
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Canadian don't know much about The United Church of Canada. What's it going to take to get noticed?
By Samantha Rideout
Despite doctors’ urgings, growing numbers of Canadian parents refuse to vaccinate their children. Who should be calling the shots?
By Alison Shouldice
Integral Christianity theologian Rev. Paul Smith in the faces of Jesus gallery at Broadway Church in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Rachel Jane
Integral Christianity bills itself as the future of faith, recasting the Trinity as infinite, intimate and internal. The writer visits ground zero in Kansas City, Missouri.
By Trisha Elliott
Photo by Blair Gable
Career civil servant and academic talks about being named Canada's ambassador for religious freedom
By Mike Milne
The Observer marks its 185th year with more awards than ever before
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By Dennis Gruending
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Great mind, soulful yearnings
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The Invitation: Pursue an area of study
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The first shall be last
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