Across Canada, the neoliberal tide is sweeping across post-secondary education with little to no effective resistance from student unions or any other groups beyond non-combative…
With the celebrations of the 150th anniversary of Manitoba’s founding there has been debate around whether or not to include Riel and the Red River Rebellion, which directly lead to the founding of the province.
Common-sense approaches to drug and crime issues often fail to consider the history of policing, forgetting the hard lessons of the war on drugs —…
A Nov. 19 Facebook post disputing the Holodomor from assistant lecturer Dougal MacDonald sparked a series of protests and calls for his termination from the University of Alberta.
On Nov. 20, the Herut Zionism Club hosted a talk at York University in Toronto featuring reservists of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) which was met with protests from students including Students Against Israeli Apartheid and CUPE 3903.
Last week, a mother with six children was evicted from Manitoba Housing in Winnipeg’s North End over a fire accidentally started by one of her children.
On Nov. 11, Don Cherry’s 38-year run as a commentator on Hockey Night in Canada abruptly came to an end.
In a decision written Nov. 5, an adjudicator from the Manitoba Human Rights Commission ordered the government of Manitoba to allow non-binary sex designations on birth certificates.
Growing instances of hatred like that in Burnaby must be combatted at a community level.
The sudden surge of support for Wexit, an exit of Alberta and Saskatchewan from Canada, after the federal election on Oct. 21 has been notable.