Canada's armed forces continue to participate in actions designed to make it harder for refugees to reach asylum. Could we imagine an unarmed sea force that instead works to help those in distress?
It's time for Canada's COVID-19 response plan to include asylum seekers. Nothing should excuse governments from their legal and moral obligations to protect those who are forced to flee their homes.
Teyama Alkamli and Andrew Moir talk about their new film "Hockey Mom," a story about Syrian refugee Fatma and her son Majed and how they rebuilt their lives in Canada.
Ottawa Roma refugee Celina Urbanowicz received a deportation order last year after living in Canada for 23 years. She faces violence and persecution if she is forced to leave the country.
Though the story of Antigone was written in 441 BC, it still resonates in contemporary times. Sophie Deraspe speaks about her new award winning film which draws parallels to the immigrant experience.
Hugo Weaving, Bolude Watson, Ben Lawrence and Andrew Luri talk to Face2Face host David Peck about their new film about PTSD, the power of family and the responsibilities of journalists.
A Greek neighbourhood home to refugees and asylum seekers was raided by police about a week ago. Raluca Bejan speaks with academic and essayist George Souvlis about the political context.
The documentary "Trace," directed by Raluca Bejan and Ioan Cocan, bears witness to the awful and strange triad that occurs between refugees, rescuers and NGOs.
Rather than making the kinds of improvements that would ease the lives of those who arrive in Canada, the Trudeau regime has decided to tack right and attack refugees going into election 2019.
The Liberals are simultaneously funding the wars which create refugees and taking steps to keep refugees out of Canada.