On International Women's Day we mark women's suffrage and rights, yet there is still a lack of incisive, comprehensive coverage of the murders of women and girls in Canada.
A church group faces threats, surveillance and wiretapping for working with those impacted by war and displacement in Colombia.
Human rights defenders are critical in the struggle to stop climate breakdown, but increasingly they are paying with their lives in this fight.
Will the provincial Special Investigations Unit consider colonialism and systemic racism as contributing factors in the shooting death of Greg Ritchie by Ottawa Police?
In the wake of the Danforth shooting and recent mass violence in Toronto, might Canadians do better to approach violence as an issue of public health, rather than public safety?
In many of kindergarten to Grade 3 classrooms violent behaviour is becoming more common. This article talks about best practices and what teachers can do to address this issue.
In grief, solidarity, sympathy and a conviction to oppose hatred and violence, Nova Scotians came together. The message was clear. This is not what our country is. This must not be what it becomes.
The inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls is long overdue and is testament to the leadership of Indigenous women and communities who have spent decades calling for an inquiry.
Why do we need police? It's a provocative question -- but the lies we are told about the threat of racialized bodies are equaled only by the lies we are told about the virtuous role of the police.
Queer bodies cannot be free when state security apparatuses are militarized.