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| November 17, 2016
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Canada-Europe trade deal no longer a foregone conclusion

November 15, 2016
| With the regional government of Wallonia's vote to reject CETA, the future of the deal is less certain. Stuart Trew explains what Wallonia's initial opposition meant and how this impacts Canadians.
Length: 16:15 minutes (14.89 MB)

Working for change: A Toronto parent shares her journey sponsoring a Syrian refugee family

Zaatari refugee camp. Flickr/Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Stephanie Rickard-Chadda talks about her community's experience with privately sponsoring a Syrian refugee family and supporting another government-sponsored family.

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| November 2, 2016
gooderGoods

Windbreakers: A chilling coat tale

October 30, 2016
| Dressing for post-Halloween in "Final Home," and remembering Chaney Wenjack in the bitter cold through the "Secret Path" project.
Length: 10:27 minutes (23.94 MB)
Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
| October 28, 2016
PMO/Adam Scotti
| October 24, 2016

'Indigenous London' re-imagines colonial telling of London's past

When thinking of places to research North American Indigenous history, London, England may not immediately spring to mind.

But that's exactly what Coll Thrush, a University of British Columbia professor, examines in his latest book, Indigenous London.

The Crown's fraught relationship with Indigenous peoples from Canada, the United States, New Zealand and Australia has left its marks on the British capital. The book, to be released later this month, re-frames London's history through an Indigenous lens. It's punctuated with walking tours of the city and Thrush's own poetry.

"Even if the city has forgotten its imperial past, Indigenous people haven't," Thrush told rabble.ca

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| October 20, 2016
Redeye

Eritreans accuse Canadian company of forced labour in mine

October 19, 2016
| B.C. Supreme Court is allowing three Eritrean refugees to proceed with a civil lawsuit against the Canadian mining company Nevsun, which they say knowingly used forced labour in its operations.
Length: 14:56 minutes (13.68 MB)
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