In June, the Supreme Court of the United States laid down an historic ruling declaring the ban of same sex marriages at the state level to be unconstitutional, effectively legalizing same sex marriage across the country. But after the initial flurry of excitement has died down, and the queues for marriages licenses at city hall have subsided, what happens next?
Compared to their counterparts around the world, Canadian students graduate high school at a respectable, though not spectacular, rate. While 85% of Canadians receive their high school diploma over the course of their life, a closer look at Canada’s numbers reveals a huge disparity within the country.
Look carefully at recent results, and you’ll notice that relative minnow Canada has started to inch its way into the league of top mathematical nations.
Follow the Data is our weekly curated list of cool and unusual data stories from around the country and the world. Check out this week’s list for interesting stories on the best cities in Canada for women, the real health benefit of trees, stories behind street names and more.
While the youngsters are busy making a lot of noise in March Madness and getting drafted left and right, the pros are becoming major contributors on their NBA teams, and are starting to pick up some serious NBA hardware. It’s no secret now that Canada is the next international basketball powerhouse.
Follow the Data is our weekly curated list of cool and unusual data stories from around the country and the world. Check out this week’s list for interesting stories on forecasting the Northern Lights, Ebola vaccine trials, mapping global terrorism and more.
While the Ontario and Quebec brewing industries have developed in different ways, both are facing fresh challenges brought about by added competition and a changing marketplace, stoking some fears that the explosive growth could lead to a dramatic collapse.
Follow the Data is our weekly curated list of cool and unusual data stories from around the country and the world. Check out this week’s list for interesting stories on the Women’s World Cup, new voting systems, Lyme Disease and more.
In April, we released our inaugural sports misery ranking and the New York Times is now a bit late to the party.
A look at the provincial data shows that not all Canadians show a similar fervour for beer, wine and spirits. So which regions are bringing up the average, and which consume more moderately?
Google’s Autocomplete feature was born with the purpose of making search a little bit faster, and maybe a little bit more fun, so we’ve used it to discover what weird and wonderful things people are searching for.
Canada’s multicultural mosaic has produced a dazzling array of immigrant enclaves throughout the country. We explore them in our interactive map.