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Bonnie Burstow | This article is a conversation about a daring new novel "The Other Mrs. Smith." In it we see electroshock emerge as violence against women and we make the acquaintance of truly fascinating souls.
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Penney Kome | Cree lawyer William Wuttunee represented Klippert, whose imprisonment for being gay sparked the decriminalization of homosexuality in Canada.
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Melina Laboucan-Massimo. Image: Melina Laboucan-Massimo/Facebook
Richard Thompson | On the day U.N. climate talks begin in Bonn, KAIROS Canada launches a new blog series called New Economy Trailblazers showcasing leaders in the transition to a clean energy economy.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Jennifer Hefler-Elson, an Indigenous resident of Happy Valley-Goose Bay talks about the work of the Labrador Land Protectors to oppose the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam.
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John Miller | The cultural appropriation prize that circulated on Twitter this week is evidence of how far Canadian media still has to go.
Podcast
Modified from an image taken by Peter Mather for Protect the Peel. Used by permission of Protect the Peel.
Scott Neigh | Bobbi Rose Koe and Chris Rider talk about the campaign to protect the Yukon's Peel watershed and the Supreme Court of Canada hearing happening later in March.
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Image: Facebook/Arthur Manuel
Arthur Manuel | The world lost a fierce Indigenous warrior, philosopher and writer this month when Art Manuel passed. Here he is at his best.
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Penney Kome | As gift economies go, the First Nations' potlatches were more efficient at redistributing wealth.
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Image: Andrew Tolson
J. Baglow | The Joseph Boyden imbroglio raises fundamental questions about identity.
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Brent Patterson | The Liberal party is failing their promise to support the work of reconciliation and UNDRIP.
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Supreme Court of Canada. Flickr/Mike Alexander
Meg Borthwick | An interview with Myeengun Henry from the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, who is part of the group presenting a constitutional challenge to the Supreme Court of Canada against Enbridge's Line 9.
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J. Baglow | Adam Capay, a young Indigenous man, has been kept in solitary confinement for four years without trial. He has been driven to the brink of mental illness. The minister in charge says, "Tough."