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When Canada boasted about its foreign aid while repeatedly blocking a proposal to waive the intellectual property rights to the COVID vaccines, it revealed a 150-year-old pattern of empty generosity.
In the small city of Swift Current, Saskatchewan, three refugee sponsorship groups are preparing to welcome five migrants who endured detention on Papua New Guinea’s infamous Manus Island centre.
Mapping the connections between anti-queer, anti-trans speakers at Regina’s conversion therapy ban council meeting
On April 28, Regina city council reviewed a city administration report proposing a ban on conversion therapy – and inadvertently gave a platform to an international network of organized anti-queer, anti-trans activists.
A year into COVID-19, this issue explores how to build a transformative mass movement against pandemic-era injustice. Plus, stories about Ontario's Ring of Fire and Anishinaabay stewardship of the land; the revolutionary role of migrant workers; surveillance pills; Canada's most notorious strike-breaking company; COVID in Saskatchewan's long-term care homes; and abolishing the monarchy.