Mensan Weighs in on Controversy

Election in Canada

Last fall, Mensan Raj Krishnan weighed in on the 2019 Federal election and the impact of Justin Trudeau’s brownface controversy.  In the second video, you can learn how he ultimately voted and his thoughtful rationale.

Common Sense Student Privacy

Smiling female lecturer helping student during her class. Student in a lecture with helpful teacher.

Privacy matters, but it is just a place to start. Technology changes the relationship between teacher and student, which is where the real work lies.

Power of Music Appreciation

Kate Bush

Can music unite us, bypassing language and cultural barriers? Mensan Carolyn Antonsen explores the power of emotion in several musical genres.

Behavioural Economics Explained

Behavorial economics

Mensa Canada member Rony Gao summarizes the evolution of behavioural economics and elaborates on two common patterns in irrational behaviour.