Former MPP Richard Allen told the stories of Canadian left-wing politics in a way that helped many people of faith to see a place for themselves in the struggle for an alternative to capitalism.
Former Ottawa Centre MP Paul Dewar, who died of cancer in February 2019, was known to say that all religious faith is political.
As the first person arrested under a new law at the G20 in Toronto in 2010, he made headlines. He continued to fight injustice and increase awareness.
Philip Roth, an American novelist who was a pre-eminent figure in 20th-century literature, died at age 85 last week.
The former Health Canada scientist and whistleblower was a hero of the non-GMO movement.
The Canadian labour movement lost a formidable champion of women's rights this month with the passing of Joan Gower Gillatt, the first woman president of what is now the BCGEU.
John Dillon, KAIROS Canada's long-serving researcher and policy analyst on the global economy, human rights and ecological justice passed away on June 5.
Like all great labour leaders, Bob White felt it wasn't just about getting more stuff for his members; it was about addressing the social roots of inequality and ugliness.
Cuba's iconic leader led a nation with an economy frozen in the 1950s and captive of the Soviet Union.
Mel Watkins pays tribute to a mammoth figure in the study of technology, Urusula Franklin, who passed away earlier this year.