Canadian History is Built on Centuries of Deep-Seated Oppression Towards Indigenous Women
Canada has been dictating Indigenous peoples’ identities throughout its entire history, and still does so today.
Why Does It Have to Be All or Nothing?
If anything, pressing an ultimatum drives people away.
At This Point, Tylenol Should Mail Me a Lifetime Supply
Welcome to the migraine club!
Concordia Fails to Appropriately Respond to Sexual Harassment Complaints… Again
The Ministry of Higher Education was quick to note Concordia’s behaviour was out of line.
It’s Not Up to the Accused to Decide If They Hurt You
The stories that came out of the movement made me re-evaluate the interactions I’ve had in my own life, and helped me to realize that I’m not okay with the way that several of those interactions transpired.
It isn’t the quasi-hotels themselves that are the problem; its their ripple effects.
A People’s History of Canada Column
While access to abortion has come a long way, we still have a ways to go.
It’s Not Just Boring Old Bean Water, Trust Me
It’s not plain, it’s not boring, it is its own thing, and it rules.
We Don’t Know What To Do With the Little Money We Have
Modest and low income Canadians are financially vulnerable due to debt and economic changes.
Legault’s Timing Is Particularly Revolting Considering Quebec’s Recent Mosque Shooting Vigils
Saying Quebec doesn’t have an Islamophobia problem is just plain wrong and disrespectful of Quebec’s Muslim communities any other week of the year.