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Interview: Canadian activist on the Women's Boats to Gaza demands blockade to be lifted

Wendy Goldsmith was on one of the women's boats to Gaza. Her boat didn't make it out of Sicily, but they remained in contact with the Zaytouna-Oliva up until it was boarded and kidnapped.

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| October 12, 2016

Documenting the lack of services available to Indigenous children: An Interview with film director Alanis Obomsawin

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Obomsawin's documentry, featured at the Vancouver International Film Festival, highlights the lack of services for Indigenous children living on reserves.

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After eighteen years, entire country still awaits a national housing program

In October 1998, the Toronto Disaster Relief Committee declared homelessness a national disaster. Eighteen years is a long time to wait for a national housing program.

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Understanding social media algorithms can limit their power to shape thousands of lives

People need to know how social media platforms can evoke the power of code and algorithms to shape entire populations. It's a rough battle.

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1,500 pairs of shoes commemorate missing and murdered Indigenous women

The 12th annual Calgary Sisters in Spirit vigil drew about 500 participants to a mid-day mid-week march and demonstration downtown.

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Confronting the crisis of violence against Indigenous women and girls in Canada

The inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls is long overdue and is testament to the leadership of Indigenous women and communities who have spent decades calling for an inquiry.

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Activist Anita Krajnc talks about her ongoing trial and the Save Movement

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For nearly seven years, Toronto Pig Save has been building a movement to create a non-violent vegan world and standing for animals in need and a planet in distress.

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Maude Barlow and Sarah Harmer on Canada's water crisis

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Many Canadians continue to believe that Canada is immune to issues of water scarcity. Maude Barlow and Sarah Harmer debunk that myth.

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