Quebec premier vows drive to slash oil use; Alberta premier calls climate worry 'flavour of the month'David J. Climenhaga | History in the era of global climate change: one has the feeling that this time Alberta Premier Jason Kenney's not going to come out on the right side of it.
|Podcast Victoria Fenner | 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.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Hirut Melaku and Rachel Zellers talk about the work of the Third Eye Collective, a group of Black women in Montreal developing transformative justice responses to sexual and gendered violence.|
|Columnists Rick Salutin | And any attempt to treat Quebec today like France in the age of Voltaire or Quebec under Duplessis is ignorant -- or a cover for Islamophobia to win votes.|
|News Karl Nerenberg | When the majority of visible religious symbols in Quebec were Christian, nobody complained. But now that Islamic symbols have become more visible, it has suddenly become a matter of grave concern.|
|Podcast Scott Neigh | Frances Ravensbergen talks about the migrant justice group Bridges Not Borders, based in a small Quebec town near an irregular border crossing commonly used by refugees entering Canada from the U.S.|
|News Suzanne Methot | Suzanne Methot's father was one of 20,000 orphaned children confined to psychiatric institutions in Quebec. In this excerpt from her new book, Methot uncovers her father's past.|
|News Karl Nerenberg | Though the new law targets all religious symbols, many believe the goal is to demonize and persecute one identifiable minority group: Muslim women.|
|Activist Toolkit | A list of frontline organizations that support immigrants in Quebec.|
Canadian Change Makers: Drunk driving victim asks Quebec judge to compel accused to join her at speaking engagementsBrenda O'Farrell | A woman who wanted to be a police officer before she was mowed down by a drunk driver wants young drivers to hear both devastating sides of the story.
|Blog Will Dubitsky | Quebec’s new provincial government is proposing shift on many issue -- from immigration to tolerance and the environment -- and not letting a little hypocrisy get in its way.|
|Columnists Monia Mazigh | CAQ leader François Legault and his team ran much of their election campaign on the backs of immigrants, using polarizing language to pit "good immigrants" against "bad immigrants."|