All posts in Canada

February 6, 2019, by Jackie McVicar

Last June, I got asked to help with translation for folks working on a documentary about the international declaration on human rights. They were interviewing communities impacted by Canadian mining […]

Mount Allison University crowd hears about slavery, racism and making Black Lives Matter

January 28, 2019, by Bruce Wark

On Jan. 24, about 250 Mount Allison students, professors and university staff listened to author Robyn Maynard speak about how, after more than 400 ye ...

Wabanaki rallies for Wet’suwet’en and their right to say no to pipelines

January 27, 2019, by Jared Durelle

About 100 people marched on Fredericton’s Westmorland Bridge during the noon hour on Jan. 15, slowing traffic, to show their solidarity with the ...

UNB professor reveals the hidden curriculum

January 16, 2019, by Sophie M. Lavoie

Education was “a tool for social transformation and community survival” for many women educators of colour. An enthusiastic group of one hundred p ...

  • Offshoring retirement: New trends in aging globally
    December 29, 2018, by Matthew Hayes

    Retirement is changing. As recent debates about public pensions in New Brunswick make clear, workers are increasingly worried about the stability of their pensions, even as a growing number also […]

  • “Ongoing genocide:” An interview with Bruce Clark
    December 28, 2018, by Brett Stanford

    Bruce Clark’s new book Ongoing Genocide caused by Judicial Suppression of the “Existing” Aboriginal Rights argues that the Canadian judicial system has legalised the ongoing genocide of Indigenous peoples in Canada by […]