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Christine Brouzes with a copy of Driven: The Secret Life of Taxi Drivers/Used with permission
Marcello Di Cintio | Many of Winnipeg's Indigenous women have a story about harassment at the hands of drivers, most commonly about cabbies proposing "another way to pay." Ikwe set out to change that.
RabbleTV
2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | Former Vancouver city councillor and former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the issue of missing and murdered women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.
RabbleTV
2021 Women's March
Jase Tanner | This episode documents the 30th annual Women's Memorial March in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. The march, which first took place on Valentine's Day in 1992, commemorates lost loved ones.
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Pam Palmater | Scheer's ill-informed comments serve only to cause confusion and apprehension in the public, instead of offering thoughtful solutions that would bring everyone together.
Columnists
Demonstration against Alton Gas lead by Sipekne'katik First Nation. Image: Tori Ball/Flickr
Matthew Behrens | Most election climate solutions are largely about avoiding system change and instead "adapting" to climate catastrophe, a climate apartheid strategy that benefits those with the necessary resources.
Blog
Tania Ehret | On Valentine's Day -- with snow in forecast -- the Downtown Eastside community comes together to honour and grieve the lives of women, missing and taken too soon, and recommit to justice.
Blog
Michelle Thrush's Inner Elder leads the dancing. Image: Penney Kome
Penney Kome | Calgarians had a chance to see two pieces of Indigenous theatre on consecutive nights recently, in which artists addressed painful subjects with humour and respect.
Blog
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Heryka Miranda | An in depth interview about the making of the short film "Ecstasy" with Metis/Anishinaabe filmmaker, writer and director Cara Mumford.
Blog
Women’s Memorial March - Vancouver. Photo: Jen Castro/flickr
Pam Palmater | Since its launch, the inquiry has been criticized for its numerous and lengthy delays, its failures to communicate with the families and its continued failure to provide information.
Podcast
The image that was modified for use in this post was taken from the Justice for Nadine Facebook page and is used with permission.
Scott Neigh | Delores Stevenson talks about seeking justice for her niece Nadine Machiskinic, an Indigenous woman killed under suspicious circumstances in Regina.
Columnists
Matthew Behrens | Despite the daily barrage of patriarchal terrorism in our own neighbourhoods, the self-styled feminist government of Justin Trudeau acts in a manner inconsistent with the extent of the crisis.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | A new report by Amnesty International raises the alarm over increased risks to Indigenous women in the Peace River region. Craig Benjamin says violence is so pervasive it has become normalized.