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Panel members: ‘Convergence Assembly on Gendered Impacts: Indigenous women and r
Rachel Warden | I had the honour of accompanying a group of Indigenous women and organizations to the World Social Forum, and felt like I was in the presence of the spirit of Berta Cáceres.
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The KAIROS Blanket Exercise in action
Sara Anderson | In order for reconciliation to truly happen, the 'story' of Canada must be changed to reflect and re-centre the experience and voices of Indigenous peoples.
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Anglican mission school, La Ronge, Sask. LAC photo
Dennis Gruending | The Truth and Reconciliation Commission into Indian residential schools will report on June 2, 2015. The ecumenical organization KAIROS is planning supportive events to look at the way ahead.
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Marchers during Feb 14 Strawberry Ceremony
Audrey Huntley | Today is the World Day of Social Justice. You likely didn't know that. For me, every day is this one. Every day I invite Canadians to see how the settler colonial project impacts Indigenous peoples.
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Linda Leon | CRA witchhunts? How far is the Prime Minister willing to go to suppress dissent?
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KAIROS-led Blanket Exercise at the People's Social Forum
John Dillon | How can Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples work together to restore harmonious relationships with each other and the land, asked KAIROS at the Peoples' Social Forum.
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Tanis Desjarlais | For Indigenous people, the land and the people are intimately connected. Upon a visit to Guatemala, Tanis Desjarlais spoke with Indigenous people about the effects of Canadian mining companies.
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The Blackberry 10. (Photo: Martin uit Utrecht / flickr)
John Lewis, Jim Davis | In all the hype there is one important question that has not been asked: can RIM assure customers that its products are free of conflict minerals?
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Elizabeth May | I can't explain or defend the $16 orange juice or the limo, but why people focus on that and not the fact that every single day Stephen Harper moves within Ottawa with a motorcade is beyond me.
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Alfredo Barahona of KAIROS: 'Welcoming the stranger.'
Karl Nerenberg | There are broad hints that new rules for EI will force some to take lower paying work. New rules for thousands of migrant workers mean lower pay for many of them. Where is this all leading?
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Dennis Gruending | The following is a list of 87 organizations that have been shut down and cut back, and the individuals bullied by the Harper regime. We can expect it to grow if the Conservatives are re-elected.
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Gerry Caplan | The real issue in the Bev Oda fiasco is the reversal, by Stephen Harper, of a 60-year consensus shared by all previous governments about the central role of civil society in Canada.