Even though the Liberal candidates in Prince George lost in both ridings last night, they made huge gains for the party- taking it to levels of support not seen since 1974.
When xenophobia is in play, nobody wins.
Where to go, what you need, how to get there, and who to vote for.
So I’ma go ahead and criticize Rick Mercer here in his rant on national vision, or lack thereof, from our current leaders. “Is he the kind of guy who would’ve said ‘let’s build a national railway?’” Mercer asks of Harper. “Nation building is for everyone.” But was it? Take a look at the historical record […]
He is being accused of what Canadian legislation now defines as Barbaric Cultural Practices because of what he looks like and people are uncomfortable with the clothes his wife chooses to wear.
A brown man who says he’s a Muslim rapes a woman.
A white man who says he’s an Atheist or a Christian rapes a woman.
But only one of them needs a tip line.
Canadians care more about what Canadians have to say about Canada if they are saying it to Americans.
Canada is often thought of as a nation that is safe, accommodating, and apologetic. Some might even call us boring, but Andrew Kurjata argues that, our history is anything but boring. Instead, our nation’s dark and tumultuous history has largely been erased from the collective identity. Join Andrew as he explores just some of local history in the city of Prince George that challenges our boring narrative.
Despite the appalling lack of diverse representation in our politics and business, and overrepresentation of people of colour in our penal system, Canada is especially susceptible to the myth that we have outgrown racism.
Buzzfeed launched a Canadian version of their website. You can probably guess what happened next.
Read the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s report on residential schools anywhere.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission wants journalists to understand Aboriginal peoples. Here’s where to start.
So yesterday, 241 people at CBC stations across the country, including a few I know, were told their jobs are “redundant”. That brings the total for this year alone to 1,400 cut jobs. I remember when I started at CBC. We had tens of millions more in our budget. We had a robust slate of […]
He has been to Fort St John and Dawson Creek, though.
People pine for the days when John A. Macdonald could build a national railway, conveniently ignoring the head tax and dangerous conditions forced upon Chinese workers to get it done and policy of starving Aboriginal people who might get in the way.
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