Please Consider Registration and here's Why...

Learn More Continue as Guest Don't show this again
Success! Post added to bookmarks. View Bookmarks. ×
Error! You have already bookmarked this post. ×
New | Money: what young people really want to know View Now. ×

Developed by the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education

-
Menu

Learning Resources for Young People

CFEE knows young people take an active interest in today's issues – politics, the economy, the environment, careers, and more. CFEE and The Globe and Mail are collaborating to bring news, relevant to the issues, to young people across Canada. We hope you visit the NextGen Edition regularly - and please share your opinions with us through Letters to the Editor.

bookmark

4

Cu

3

So

Republicans, Democrats in bitter fight over Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat

In the News   |   September 21, 2020

- -

U.S. President Donald Trump and congressional Democrats are in a fierce battle over the Supreme Court seat left empty by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a fight that could upend the presidential race little... read more

bookmark
The ‘decade of the home’ is coming – will young adults be locked out?

In the News   |   September 18, 2020

- -

Our homes are going to be even more central to our lives in the next decade. You’ll find a lot of millennials and members of Gen Z watching this trend from their vantage point in... read more

more from Money

6

Mo

3

So

bookmark Ignorance is bliss
Ignorance is bliss

Cartoons   |   September 18, 2020

- -

President Trump has poured scorn on scientists, contradicting their advice on the pandemic and saying 'they don't really know' whether humans cause climate change.

more from Current Events

4

Cu

3

So

bookmark
Time for Liberal government to act on national pharmacare is now: Hoskins

In the News   |   September 17, 2020

- -

The doctor and former Ontario health minister tapped by the federal Liberals for advice on the rollout of national pharmacare says he is confident the program will be highlighted in the Throne Speech next week... read more

more from Social Studies

3

So

bookmark
Chinese firm amasses trove of open-source data on influential Canadians

In the News   |   September 15, 2020

- -

On the 14th floor of a tower filled with cramped workspaces in China’s high-tech city, a small military contractor is building tools to track politicians, aerospace entrepreneurs, scholars and other influential people around the world,... read more

more from Social Studies

3

So

bookmark
It’s amazing what not spending on travel and eating out can do

In the News   |   September 14, 2020

- -

Canadians added an incredible $127-billion to their savings in the first half of the year. How did they do it? Some fresh numbers on consumer spending from RBC Economics offer some perspective. While overall consumer spending was up 2... read more

more from Money

6

Mo

bookmark
WE Charity closing Canadian operations, Kielburgers leaving organization

In the News   |   September 10, 2020

- -

WE Charity is shuttering its Canadian operations and the group’s founders, Craig and Marc Kielburger, will leave the organization entirely, in a dramatic reversal of fortune for the two brothers. The surprise announcement came Wednesday.... read more

more from Current Events

4

Cu

3

So

bookmark
Two Myanmar soldiers who corroborated Rohingya atrocities now at The Hague

In the News   |   September 9, 2020

- -

Two former Myanmar soldiers, who said they were ordered to “kill all you see” during the military’s 2017 operation against the country’s Rohingya population, are now in The Hague, where they are expected to play... read more

more from Current Events

4

Cu

3

So

bookmark
Museums looking for new ways to reach students amid COVID-19 restrictions

In the News   |   September 8, 2020

- -

A trip to the Galt Museum and Archives is a regular part of the grade-school experience in Lethbridge, Alta. Roughly 10,000 students from schools throughout the region arrive each year on field trips to learn... read more

more from Education

2

Ed

bookmark
Colleges, universities expecting large financial losses from drop in international students

In the News   |   September 4, 2020

- -

Colleges and universities say they’re anticipating financial losses possibly in the billions of dollars due to a drop in international enrolments caused by the global pandemic. The government of Canada last week took additional steps... read more

more from Education

2

Ed

bookmark
Leading research universities hold their places in latest Times Higher Education rankings

In the News   |   September 3, 2020

- -

Canada’s leading research universities held their places in an annual global ranking, with the University of Toronto rated among the top 20, the University of British Columbia and McGill in the top 40 and the... read more

more from Education

2

Ed

bookmark
Residential school system to be recognized as matter of national historic significance

In the News   |   September 1, 2020

- -

Ottawa will recognize Canada’s residential school system on Tuesday as a matter of national historic significance while two former residential schools, one in Manitoba and one in Nova Scotia, will be named national historic sites.... read more

more from Current Events

4

Cu

3

So

bookmark
How a bison herd is bringing hope to a Saskatchewan First Nation

In the News   |   August 28, 2020

- -

The stately creatures that once roamed the prairies were initially bought as food security during the pandemic, but now are reconnecting community members with their past. Alongside a dirt road in Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation, community... read more

more from Environment

5

En

0

Ot

bookmark
NBA teams boycott playoff games in united protests against police brutality, racism

In the News   |   August 27, 2020

- -

Saying they’re fed up with systemic racism and police brutality against Black people, rival teams across the National Basketball Association boycotted their playoff games on Wednesday in a bold and united protest. After news of... read more

more from Current Events

4

Cu

3

So

bookmark
Federal, Ontario governments under fire for handling of solitary confinement

In the News   |   August 26, 2020

- -

The federal and Ontario governments are wavering in their commitment to end solitary confinement, despite court rulings that have found the practice unconstitutional, prison watchdogs and human-rights advocates say. In a court document filed on... read more

more from Social Studies

3

So

x

Your Thoughts and Opinions

Submit a Letter to our Editors