Opinion: Data Dive with Nik Nanos: For Canadians, it starts and ends with the economy and the environment

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The McDougall Creek wildfire burns near Kelowna, B.C., this past August. This summer’s extreme weather has made climate change, and its destructive effects on the economy, top of mind for many Canadians.Shawn Talbot/The Globe and Mail

Nik Nanos is the chief data scientist at

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An Inclusive Study Environment Starts at the Top rated

Educational science was not crafted for marginalized people today. People of shade (specially Black and Indigenous scientists), people of marginalized genders (together with ladies, nonbinary and transgender individuals), queer scientists, disabled persons, and these coming from a socioeconomically deprived history have traditionally been excluded from analysis by

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