Do not be overly deferential to definitions -- they are always in flux, always contested.
The final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls will be released on June 3. How will the government respond to its claim of a "Canadian genocide?"
Heidi Berger, daughter of a Holocaust survivor and founder of the Foundation for Genocide Education, talks about why her new genocide education program for high school students is necessary.
The dire situation of the Rohingya people has a complex history. Rae will have to be mindful of this as he takes on his new job as special envoy for the Trudeau government
The legacy of the residential school system predisposes Indigenous peoples to social inequalities.
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Documentary maker Mahi Ramakrishnan talks about her three documentaries about the Rohingya of Burma.
Gerry Caplan, one of Canada's eminent thinkers from the progressive left, shares some thoughts about politics and activism past, present and future.
Canadian commentators often claim more Tutsi were killed in the genocide than lived in Rwanda.
As the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar deepens, Canada must amplify its voice as much as possible to rally the world in ending this crisis, widely viewed as an organized ethnic cleansing.
This isn't really a struggle over monuments, it's a struggle over public space: does the public have a right to determine what is placed our public spaces?