Does the Winnipeg Police Service really need all those fancy toys?
Parliament’s condemnation of BDS relies on a fallacious Western narrative that enables Apartheid
Jesuit school risks repeating residential school assumptions
Do we really need plainclothes police on our buses?
Brian Bowman’s opening remarks to his National Summit on Racial Inclusion, an event organized in the response to the Maclean’s article exposing Winnipeg’s racism, set up the tone of the event and revealed to skeptics a lack of understanding of the structural systems of racism.
In Canada's war against the Islamic State the domestic position has been to stoke Islamophobia amongst the conservative base by repeating jingoist messages about the threat of terrorism and by invoking the rights of women that Canada is supposedly standing up for.
She stood silently with a look of frustration and naive optimism. In her nervous hands, she grasped a sign that read “Stop Harper!"
Have you ever wondered, “what if life were more like a video game?"
Bill C-51, or The Anti-Terrorism Act as it’s more commonly known, is the newly revealed piece of legislation that the Prime Minister’s office claims will tighten Canada’s protections against acts of terrorism and improve communication amongst various departments and agencies.
I’m not interested in discussing whether Winnipeg is the most racist city in Canada. Racism is an issue across the continent. It’s a side effect of living under a settler colonial system that has a vested interest in securing land and resources, subjugating the indigenous population and controlling popular opinion.