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September/October 2019

Climate reporting and the death of local news

A deep dive into the death of local news in Canada, and what it means for our ability to understand climate change on the ground. Conversations with disabled, trans, and racialized disaster preppers. Lessons from high-school organizers fighting Ford’s education cuts. Reporting on the fight against new security screening at Winnipeg’s downtown library. Plus: what happens when 2S- LGBTQ organizations stop treating poverty as a queer issue? Canada’s population is aging – what will it take to offer people the death they deserve? And as always, a book review, a comic, and more.

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