The Write2Know Project co-organizer on how the Canadian government is obstructing your right to know. Sign our letters to federal scientists and ministers here at http://write2know.ca
Central to Inter Pares' work are our relationships with dedicated social justice activists around the world. They are the nexus where a wealth of cumulative experience meets the spark of new ideas.
This year Inter Pares celebrates its 40th anniversary, and enthusiastically launches its fifth decade of global social action. This video tells the story of Inter Pares, but also give voice to Inter Pares counterparts, staff, Board members, volunteers, who are doing incredible things here in Canada and around the world.
For the complete list of video, please click here.
Host Jared Ball gets activist Dominique Stevenson's eye-witness account on the events that's precipitated Monday's #Baltimoreuprising, from the RealNewsNetwork
On Saturday April 11, 25,000+ beautiful people marched for climate action in Quebec City, as well as 15 other Canadian cities. It was one of Canada's biggest climate protests ever.
We told premiers a simple thing: they can't act on climate and approve tar sands pipelines at the same time. And we want clean energy solutions, now.
The day was emotional, beautiful, powerful. This is what 25,000 people for climate protection looks like.
British Columbia can invest in post-secondary education -- but won't. Here two generations comes face-to-face with student debt and talk about the future of post-secondary education.
Did you know that households across Canada are paying GST on menstrual hygiene products?
According to the Government of Canada all menstrual hygiene products are considered a non-essential item or luxury.
A small tax on tampons/pads/panty liners/menstrual cups adds up when combined with the systemic challenges many women, trans people, genderqueer people, and other menstruators face in terms of their income, housing, and economic stability.
Let the government know we are essential!
Print, sign, and send in the petition by visiting: www.canadianmenstruators.ca
DEADLINE TO MAIL PETITIONS IS APRIL 27, 2015.
Mail petitions to:
Irene Mathyssen MP,
House of Commons,
Ottawa ON K1A 0A6
We need to push for an inquiry to bring awareness for our Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women in Canada.
Thousands demonstrated across Canada on March 14, 2015 against the draconian Bill C-51 that would undermine civil and charter rights of Canadians. This is the rally and march in Saskatoon that hundreds attended.
Gidagaakoonz Mooz Ndootem (Crystal Greene) of Grassroots Indigenous Water Defence spoke to a crowd of about a thousand people who rallied at Winnipeg City Hall to express opposition to Bill C-51, the so-called The Anti-Terrorism Act that Stephen Harper's Conservative government introduced January 30, 2015.