Is this the lesson never learned? That when you invade, no matter what you say your reasons are, you are seen as an invader and occupier? Despite the good deeds you do or claim to do.
More labour leaders are killed in Colombia every year than in the rest of the world combined - view the comic strip on other reasons to skip the "deal."
While efforts have been made by the Harper government to convince us that the war in Afghanistan is our first line of defence against terrorism directed at us, Canadians just don't believe this.
Sep 16, 2009 to Sep 17, 2009
Centre for Social Innovation, 4th floor
215 Spadina Ave. between Queen and Dundas.Toronto , ON
Canada43° 40' 12.8388" N, 79° 23' 12.318" W
This workshop is for people who want to learn more about the history of Indigenous-Canada relations, and who are interested in supporting Indigenous struggles.
Liberals will gather in Sudbury from August 31 to September 3 for an annual caucus meeting. We need to contact them over the next two days to remind them the Canada-Colombia FTA is still a concern.
I don't see why culture is about values at all, much less core values. There is often something covertly anti-democratic in asserting core values, and sometimes something implicitly racial too.
At a time when transformative political action has never been more needed how can activists say they have no time for political parties?
We are yet to see the details, but Jim Prentice warned Canadian municipalities in early August that they would have to bring their sewage treatment plants up to snuff under new regulations.
Health policy researcher Colleen Fuller says the debate about reform has huge significance for Canadians in our efforts to strenthen Medicare.
Vancouver author Cynthia Flood discusses her latest collection of linked short stories set in postwar Britain.