Nov 1, 2012

Vancouver's Rhizome Cafe: An activist living room

Tania Ehret
Like the coffee shop meetings of radical organizers from my parents' generation, the Rhizome successfully aids in the formation of both cultural activism and human connection.
Sep 3, 2012
Francis Lagacé

Why we wear it: Perspectives from Quebec's carrés rouges

Jane Gatensby
Nicolas Quiazua
With tomorrow's election looming and classes forced to re-convene under Law 12 (previously known as Bill 78), much is uncertain about the future of the carrés rouges (red squares).
Jun 21, 2012
William Commanda. (Photo:

Remembering William Commanda on National Aboriginal Day

Romola Trebilcock
June 21 was declared National Aboriginal Day by former Governor General Romeo Leblanc in 1996. But it was William Commanda's friend Jules Sioui who had affirmed it as Indian Day in 1945.


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