Marsha Lederman, The Globe and Mail

Marsha Lederman

The Globe and Mail

Vancouver, WA, United States

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Past articles by Marsha:

Opinion: Our pandemic mental health may have been better than we thought. But what about now?

It’s been three years since our last normal weekend. A comprehensive study has found that we were surprisingly mentally resilient in the months that followed. But we shouldn’t assume that will continue → Read More

Opinion: B.C.’s report on hate during the pandemic is called ‘From Hate to Hope.’ It’s hard to see the hope

It feels as if, during the pandemic, a line was crossed – and the bad behaviour is only getting more pronounced → Read More

‘Bletchley Girl’ Eileen Glavin scanned airwaves for German messages during wartime

Ms. Glavin kept a secret for 25 years that she had been part of a spying operation for the Allies where, under Alan Turing’s leadership, encrypted communications were intercepted and decoded → Read More

Opinion: To create a better future, students need an education about race

Racism is fuelling violence in North America. So why is teaching critical race theory so controversial? → Read More

Royal Conservatory of Music chief Peter Simon to depart next year

Alexander Brose, the former executive director and CEO of the Tianjin Juilliard School, will become president designate on Sept. 1. of this year → Read More

Opinion: The catastrophe in Turkey and Syria should be a wake-up call for B.C.

The absolute horrors of the twin earthquakes serve as a terrifying reminder that the big one could hit Canada’s West Coast at any time → Read More

Opinion: Tom Brady didn’t know when to fold ’em. So what?

The NFL legend’s re-retirement earned him online jeers. But why mock, when many of us also struggle with knowing when to walk away – and when there’s much to gain from those who decide to stay? → Read More

Opinion: A disgusting lack of humanity was on display on a Delta bridge last week

Police were dealing with a distressed person on the ledge of the bridge, which led to an eight hour delay for commuters → Read More

Opinion: Florida’s book ban takes censorship to the next level

The state wants to take aim at the so-called ‘grooming’ of children – yet it appears to be grooming kids for ignorance with chilling, draconian book bans, which are becoming popular across the U.S. → Read More

Opinion: Another weekend, another mass shooting in America

It’s all too familiar now: A deadly mass shooting in the U.S., this time at Monterey Park, Calif., has left people feeling fearful and targeted, and searching for an explanation → Read More

Opinion: Time is up on our Wine O’Clock culture

We need to re-evaluate our relationship to alcohol, and the funny wine memes. ‘Wine a little and you’ll feel better.’ Yeah, but you also might die younger → Read More

It’s about time Vancouver was recognized as a cultural hub

The old trope of Vancouver being all mountains, oceans and Gore-Tex and no culture is tired and pure fiction → Read More

Dollywood does have kitsch, but it was a welcome addition to one of the best theme park experiences of my life

Dollywood offers thrills and Dolly-specific attractions that live up to its namesake’s well-earned icon status → Read More

Opinion: We can’t let online harassment push women out of public spaces

A new Canadian film shows how nasty comments are attempts to keep women out of professional, political and academic arenas where men previously enjoyed domination → Read More

Opinion: To Buffalo, with love from Canada

The city has endured tragedy after tragedy in the past eight months, and for Canadians in or from Southern Ontario, it’s hit home in a particular way → Read More

Opinion: Auld Lang Smith: What Alberta’s Premier might want to resolve for the year ahead

A provincial election looms in the spring of 2023, so to get her year off on the right foot, Danielle Smith may want to consider making some New Year’s resolutions → Read More

Opinion: From Mattea Roach to nuclear fusion: 10 not-terrible things in 2022

In this, our third terrible year in a row, a few good things happened → Read More

Opinion: Harry and Meghan and Jeremy Clarkson – oh my

As sympathy for the young once-royal couple reaches an all-time high, along comes the old guard → Read More

Opinion: The cracks are showing at the troubled National Gallery of Canada

The institution has been engulfed in staff turmoil, and some issues are emerging with exhibits → Read More

Opinion: University of Toronto medical school report reveals the shameful realities of antisemitism today

Jews aren’t always thought of as a marginalized group, but the discrimination is real. → Read More