UPDATED: Migrant Detainees Launch Hunger Strikes to Protest Government Inaction on COVID-19 

Migrants at Canada’s busiest detention centre are on a hunger strike to draw attention to crowded living conditions that could result in an outbreak. Insufficient information from Canada Border Services Agency about the coronavirus is also contributing to growing concerns among migrants.

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Cannabis Act Excludes Visible Minorities from Market, Advocates Say

Canada is leading the global “green” market, developing cannabis into a billion-dollar industry eight months after enacting the Cannabis Act. Despite the success of the industry, the government is facing criticism for neglecting Indigenous people…

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Questions of Legitimacy and Democracy Linger amidst Venezuelan Political Crisis

On January 10, Nicolas Maduro began his second term as president following a widely boycotted election. Many Venezuelans and several foreign governments, like Canada and the United States, refused to recognize Maduro’s re-election. Some governments…

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