While there are human rights commissions in every province and at the federal level, the authors argue for a more coordinated, horizontal
Their food and donations to help other refugees have not only helped them integrate but have shone the spotlight on Thunder Bay.
Calls mount for Canada to establish a special public policy category and new guidelines to help resettle climate migrants and refugees.
Afghan asylum seekers are grateful for the help they've received, but have grown frustrated with the lack of clarity, consistency and coordination
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it a “shadow pandemic” of intensified domestic violence and violence against women. Activists from two Ontario
Colombians who fled war are sharing their experiences through an independent commission that aims to develop a historical record of Latin America’s
This is the last in our 3-part series on how the pandemic is affecting specific immigrant communities. African Canadians, it seems, face
Today is International Day of Democracy. Yet, the western world seems to have lost hope of the very fundamentals we are supposed
At the psychological heart of every liberal is a milk soft tendency to succumb to the authoritarian personality, a feeling that, just
THE Trump administration appears to be renewing the possibility of violent confrontation with Iran using a questionable pretext — Iran’s testing of