Podcast April 24
Gilad Cohen and Simona Ramkisson, hosts of The Hum Podcast
Gilad Cohen, Simona Ramkisson, Brandon Fragomeni, Alex Castellani, Ron Ma | Hosts Gilad Cohen and Simona Ramkisson open up about their personal lives, their thoughts on “wokeness” as a brand, and Gilad's thoughts on vaping.
Blog April 24
Image: Olivier Mabelly/Flickr
David Suzuki | Young people are calling on adults for real action to preserve their future. Surely that merits as profound and intense a response as the French have had to the Notre Dame fire.
Blog April 24
Image from Ashley Reyns for Ottawa ACORN, used with permission
Herongate ACORN Tenant Leaders | When a corporate landlord served tenants of the Herongate community in Ottawa with eviction notices, the community began organizing to fight displacement and corporate gentrification.
Blog April 23
Andrew Scheer. Photo: Andrew Scheer/Flickr
Penney Kome | Alberta election rancour just a sample of what federal election could bring.
Columnists April 23
Willie O'Ree. Photo courtesy of film "Willie"
June Chua | Three unique and influential individuals in three very different arenas of life come together at this year's Hot Docs documentary festival in Toronto.
Columnists April 23
Photo: Jason Kenney/Facebook
Duncan Cameron | With Jason Kenney rejecting the idea that what Ottawa thinks is good for the climate is good for the people of Alberta, he is provoking a fight with Justin Trudeau.
Blog April 23
NDP Leader Rachel Notley during her last campaign rally in Edmonton. Photo: David J. Climenhaga.
David J. Climenhaga | By the end of 2018, the only arrow left in the NDP's quiver was to attack the character of the UCP's leadership and the ugly instincts of the UCP base.
Podcast April 23
Indigenous women rising in the face of violence and injustice
Scott Neigh | Carol Martin and Sophie Merasty talk about Red Women Rising, a new publication in which Indigenous women of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside talk about injustice, survival, leadership, and making change.
Blog April 22
Facebook photo via the Civic Council of Grassroots and Indigenous Organizations in Honduras (COPINH).
Brent Patterson | Honduran human rights defender Edwin Espinal has been held in a high-security prison without trial since January 2018 after protesting against an unfair election.
News April 22
Caribou. Image: Dean Biggins
Julie Cruikshank | Indigenous communities are disproportionately affected by climate change. But Indigenous stories also suggest a different way of thinking about the natural world.
Blog April 20
Twitter photo via Juan Mayorga.
Brent Patterson | A boat named after the Indigenous land and water defender featured prominently in the occupation of Oxford Circus in London, England, more than 8,500 kilometres from her home territory in Honduras.
Blog April 20
Aaron James, whose book "Assholes: A Theory" inspired John Walker's documentary
Doreen Nicoll | Inspired by Aaron James's book of the same name, "Assholes: A Theory" explores the origins of a social type that seems to be taking over the world.