The English debate was a disaster for unity and a gift for Blanchet.
“The world is burning, coastal cities are flooding, glaciers are melting, droughts, heatwaves and hurricanes are commonplace, and yet the ‘climate emergency’ question was relegated to very end of the debate, like an afterthought.”
Pepita Capriolo and Marie-Christine Kirouack are urging our governments to help their sisters in the field in Afghanistan start a new life here.
A shameful smear campaign against the borough mayor candidate is being waged by a certain local publication and by politicians whose records are far from spotless.
“If you can’t be a team player, you can sit this one out. You can watch from the sidelines as the rest of us get to access a few things that you no longer can.”
“By choosing to listen to her inner voice and prioritizing her physical and mental health, Simone Biles made it okay for others to do the same. She’s removing the stigma from these necessary choices and that makes her a real role model.”
“The message that women and victims of sexual abuse received when the team drafted him was ‘You don’t matter.’ Every apologist defending the decision is communicating the same.”
“The Montrealer will conclude her trip at the eastern tip of the Gaspé Peninsula, Land’s End. Her trajectory is meant to convey how out-of-reach leaving an abusive relationship can feel.”
The public conversation taking place due to the fact that Simon does not speak French only propagates the colonial status quo.
“For city dwellers, public spaces are extensions of our homes and the very heartbeat of our communities. They’re deeply essential to the quality of life in a way that we often don’t even notice.”