In 1916, women across the nation rejoiced as Manitoba became the first province to grant women the right to vote. Looking back, it’s almost ludicrous…View More Ethnic Women are Full Participants in Canada
Today is International Day of Democracy. Yet, the western world seems to have lost hope of the very fundamentals we are supposed to hold dear…View More Wake Up Democracy!
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To some people, Canada seems like the land of American civil rights hero Martin Luther King Jr.’s dreams. But a group of race relations activists…View More MLK Would Be Proud of Canada: Grégoire-Trudeau
The government’s controversial anti-terrorism legislation, C-51, will be among the topics studied by the United Nations this week as part of a periodic review of…View More C-51 Among Topics UN Human Rights Committee Considering This Week
The Vancouver School Board trustees’ approval last month of a policy to accommodate transsexual students in schools has triggered corrosive divisions in the community, challenging…View More New Washrooms Policy Divides Vancouver