The forestry model conventionally pursued by the Canadian forestry industry has long been battering community economies, trampling Indigenous rights, and damaging forestry ecosystems, all the while empowered by colonial and capitalist legislative frameworks. Sustainable forest management is gaining traction as allied forestry workers, grassroots environmentalists, and First Nations create new models of forestry.
Letter from the editor
If we were to place the stories of the Black Lives Matter Toronto resistance and the Panama Papers leak in a Venn diagram, the overlapping space would highlight that capital depends on white supremacy and the justification of racism.
In the face of federal fiscal abandonment, community-based housing providers in Winnipeg are working to support low-income tenants.
Roundtable on building and sustaining the Black liberation movement
Five young Black folks speak to the challenges and strategies for building and sustaining the Black liberation movement.
When the correctional system dictates inmates’ access to health care, the moral policing of addictions in combination with systemic racism creates a lethal environment in remand.