You can set your clock to the confused discourse following an American massacre.
Denial serves nothing and no one.
Anyone who isn’t white or who has an ethnic-sounding name has heard this phrase at least once in their lives.
Reflections on Canada’s immigration/deportation history in light of the U.S. border detention crisis.
This past week has been an embarrassment of riches when it comes to inspiring women.
A Montreal street was named after the perpetrator of one of the most famous genocidal crimes against Indigenous people. Not anymore.
The two bills that were passed on Sunday run contrary to people’s fundamental rights and freedoms. And our Premier knows it.
The CAQ’s discriminatory new law and its cheerleaders are stoking a crisis in our political climate.
As whining about the Tour de L’Île piled up on social media, magic unfolded elsewhere in these city streets.
The CAQ refuses to see how their proposed legislation fuels Islamophobia. But it does.