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Monia Mazigh | Last month, Quebec's Court of Appeal reduced Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonette's life sentence without parole from 40 years to 25 years.
Artwork: Tricia Robinson. Used with permission.
Victoria Fenner | Tricia Robinson is an illustrator, labour organizer and activist from Montreal who has found some new depths to her work and her life during COVID-19.
Algonquin defenders Cheryl Nottaway, Angelique Papatie, Tina Nottaway, Lisa Thomas, Kevin Decoursay, Angie Maranda and Shannon Chief. Image: Jonny Wright
Emma Lui | The Algonquins of Barrière Lake have set up peaceful camps and blockades to enforce a moratorium on moose hunting on their territory at La Vérendrye Wildlife Reserve.
Photo depicting the destruction caused by the 2013 Lac-Mégantic rail disaster. Image: National Transportation Safety Board/Wikimedia Commons
Bruce Campbell | Oil trains -- although volumes have been somewhat reduced during the pandemic -- continue to roll through towns and cities across Canada. The window is still open for history to repeat itself.
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Scott Neigh | Vishan Charamis and Maud Nevoret talk about a Montreal-based project called the Rap Battles for Social Justice.
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Victoria Fenner | Activist and radio host Stefan Christoff tells us about the grassroots campaign to fight the deportation of Guinean refugees from Canada.
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Scott Neigh | Burcu Emeç talks about the efforts of an artist-run centre to challenge systemic barriers in their own work and in the city.
Towards an anti-racist and decolonial left in Quebec. Image: Charles Rondeau/
Scott Neigh | Lawyer and activist May Chiu talks about Pour une dignité politique, a new formation looking to build an anti-racist and decolonial left in Quebec.
Detention centre fencing in Australia. Photo: David Stanley/Flickr
Maya Bhullar | A roundup of organizations and tools which are helping to fight against immigrant detention in Quebec.
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Samer Elniz | With the passing of Bill 21 into law in Quebec last month, members of several communities are reeling over the decision by the CAQ government to limit freedoms for its citizens.
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Penney Kome | The recently passed legislation prohibits civil servants from wearing religious symbols, such as a headscarf or a turban.
Quebec's national assembly. Photo: Daniel Szpiro/Flickr
Karl Nerenberg | Although the CAQ's Law 21 has been passed, the battle is not over.