Rachel Browne

While Rachel Browne has no religious beliefs of her own, she's fascinated by those who do. Aside from religion, she writes on human trafficking and human rights. She has also written for the National Post, VICE, and the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
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News

Rogues gallery: Our 2014 hall of shame

From Amazon to evil clowns, this year was rife with rogues
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Canada

Roundup: Canadians respond to the new prostitution law

Even though Bill C-36 came into force last week, the debate is only getting more heated
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Life

Kook Cyrus Aliyak, 1987-2014

Even as a child, he was a gifted hunter. He overcame a fear of polar bears after an attack nearly killed him and his grandfather.
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Education

Why don’t Canadian universities want to talk about sexual assault?

Nearly one in five women will be sexually assaulted as students. So why are those university policies a ’patchwork,’ at best?
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Rankings

The 2015 Maclean’s University Rankings

McGill, Simon Fraser and Mount Allison lead their categories; Waterloo has the best reputation
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Canada

Lining up to say goodbye to Cpl. Nathan Cirillo

Those who knew the young corporal remember him as charismatic and loving. But at his visitation, it was that smile that came to mind first for so many.
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Canada

The final homecoming of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo

Rachel Browne was in Hamilton for the return of a fallen soldier
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Society

Q&A: Where the climate movement gets it wrong

Keegan Kuhn, the creator of a documentary that turns the climate movement on its head, argues that only the right diet will save the planet
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Society

The Next New Ice Bucket Challenge

#WakeUpCall calls on the world to hit the sack for Syria
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Need to know

Why the umbrella is a symbol of hope in Hong Kong

Rachel Browne explains why pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong have armed themselves with rain gear.